Zanzibar is called the “island of spices” - the entire Zanzibar Archipelago is characterized by its abundance of aromatic flora. In Zanzibar, spices such as black pepper, nutmeg, cloves, vanilla, cinnamon and ginger, which, apart from coconut oil, are the primary commodities exported from the island. In addition, seaweed, raffia and seafood also serve as key exports from Zanzibar. Nevertheless, the most important role in the economy is played by the ever-expanding tourism.
Great climate and picturesque landscapes
As many of the world's tourist destinations have undergone investment “overheating”, there is a real appetite to find locations that encourages desirable living environments along with infrastructure in a wonderful climate with picturesque setting landscapes.
The data shows a huge increase in the influx of tourists visiting the island reaching 28% year on year.
2021 closed with a number of close to half a million tourists. This is followed by the consistently rapid development of services to support tourism, making Zanzibar a place with an increasingly interesting offer for visitors.
Development of the economy
According to World Bank data, Tanzania's service sector grew by 9.4% in the first half of 2021, half of which falls to Zanzibar autonomy.
Zanzibar's popularity as a travel destination continues to grow. For investors, there are plenty of reasons to focus on the region. The key factor is that Zanzibar is stable. Politically, socially and economically, the region is proving to be a highly desirable destination.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Zanzibar has been strengthening its position as a refuge of normal life in an idealized setting. The current authority policies provides an opportunity for thousands of people weary of restrictions in their home countries to change their residence for some time or permanently.
In 2021, the number of tourists amounted to nearly half a million visitors, compared to temporarily pandemic-limited 2020, when Zanzibar received 260,000 visitors.
With numbers firmly on an upward trajectory, there is a natural appetite for modern residential units in Zanzibar.
There is a real temptation to invest when both bank deposits do not meet expectations and property prices fluctuate. During these times comes an irresistible point of reflection that for the an apartment in a crowded city, you can have a bungalow or an apartment in a paradise setting, in a wonderful tropical climate with three hundred days of sunshine a year.
In addition, when deciding to rent a property temporarily, you can count on a faster period of return on your capital involved than is the case for other location in Europe.
We can guarantee that there will be beautiful sunlit and cloudless skies in Zanzibar for ten months of the year! TOURIST SEASON IN ZANZIBAR LASTS 300 DAYS A YEAR!
In any case, it is worthwhile to entrust the management services of your property to a professional who will not only ensure that the needs of the guest are being met, but also uphold the standard and safety of the property itself.
With all of the above in mind, Mystique Residences & Resort offers more than just real estate - a secure rental service providing a quick and sustainable revenue stream for landlords intending to earn on their purchased properties.
Living in a wonderful climate and surrounded
by still unspoilt, picturesque landscapes
The number of tourists visiting Zanzibar has increased fivefold in the past 20 years
Steady, high economic growth over the past decade according to World Bank reports
Government guarantees for investors and protection of property rights
Zanzibar is an archipelago of many small islands, including two larger ones named Unguja, informally known as Zanzibar, and Pemba. The capital Zanzibar City is located on the island of Zanzibar and is famous for its historical Stone Town, a prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Official languages: Swahili, Arabic and English
Movement : left-sided (British)Time
Number of permanent inhabitants: about 630 thousand
Surface area: 1658 km2 (Warsaw:517,2 km 2 )
Current: 220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz (as in Europe)
Average temperatures: summer: 36°C | winter: 26°C
In the past, Zanzibar served as an influential and vibrant center of trade within the Indian Ocean .
Over the years it has been visited by Assyrians, Arabs, Egyptians, Hindus, Persians, Dutch and Chinese. Then the Portuguese, who were supplanted by the Sultans of Oman empires.
In the 19th century, Hindu bankers and European merchants settled here. The British, Germans and French fought for influence on the island. Until 1964, Zanzibar was under the British Protectorate, and then on 26 April 1964 Zanzibar formed with Tanganyika a new state — the United Republic of Tanzania. The semi-autonomous Zanzibar is to date governed by its own laws. It has its own government, consisting of representatives of Arab, Hindu and African populations. Over these years the people of Zanzibar have built a strong heritage and consider themselves as an independent nation.
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The “Spice Island” attracts tourists from all over the world every year looking for beautiful beaches, colourful coral reefs and excellent cuisine, a unique blend of Arabic, Hindu and African flavours. The abundance of nature, excellent climate, friendly local population and diverse tourist offer seems enough of an invitation to visit the island.
For a while, or to stay for longer.
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The Seller is not liable for any errors or obsolescence of offers. The floor plans and surfaces of the premises were developed on the basis of an architectural concept and are subject to change in the final design.