$40,000,000, 5000 Acres

About This Property

More than 1200 years ago the silhouettes of three cornered Arab dhows were spotted across the azure horizons of the Indian Ocean waters washing Africa’s eastern shores. These traders had happened upon an island of such exquisite beauty that they filled their parchment manuscripts with tales detailing the picturesque sights. This scented land of coconuts and spices was so idyllic that the Sultan of Oman decided to move the seat of his empire to these shores.

Today Zanzibar is still bathed in the heady scents of cloves and cinnamon and traditional dhows still drift across the horizon.

Step of the plane onto the Zanzibar Archipelago and you will be transported through the miles and centuries to an ancient Persia, to Oman’s caliphs and sultans with its heavily laden scents.

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