Rooftop Bars Zanzibar
Found outside the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is a dream destination for many. And rightly so! While beaches, rich wildlife and incredible nature might be the things which attracts most, there are also some elevated venues for dining and drinking well worth checking out.
This complete guide will take you straight to the top destinations, packed with all info you need about every Zanzibar rooftop worth a visit: opening hours, dress codes, pics, maps and much more.
Most of the rooftops are found on top of hotels in the historical Stone Town, but there are gems all across the island. And the altitude make them perfect spots to catch the iconic Zanzibar sunset. Just scroll down and find the Zanzibar rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Zanzibar
Prime season: Year round
Residents: 1,5 millions
Climate: tropical monsoon
Found off the coast of mainland Tanzania, Zanzibar offers a climate that is warm year round, so the Zanzibar rooftop bars can stay open no matter the season.
The rooftops are mainly found in the historical Stone Town of Zanzibar City, but there are elevated venues all around Zanzibar. Most of them are perched on top of modern hotels, and many of the serve as fantastic vantage points to take in the famous Zanzibar sunset.
Zanzibar actually consist of several islands in the archipelago outside Tanzania, but the largest one (Unguja) is usually referred to informally as Zanzibar. Tourism is one of the main industries here, and it is easy to understand with all the fantastic beaches, the incredible nature and the rich wildlife. Zanzibar has an airport, but many also travle here by the ferry from Dar es Salaam.