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kasha boutique hotel

i am based in the uk and looking to book the kasha hotel in zanzibar - can anyone give me any suggestions for reliable package tour operators / travel agents who offer deals at this hotel??

thanks in advance



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Hi, why don't you just book with them directly? If it is exactly what you want and you have already decided I would cut out the middle man and just deal with the hotel directly.

If you are wanting to book say a whole trip with a safari etc then it can be useful to use an agent.

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If you do book the hotel direct, don't forget your transfers from ZNZ airport to and again on your return for homebound. Hotel is about 1/hrs drive from airport.

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you can check this Mwinyi Sanifu

for tours and transfers in Zanzibar :http//www.snorkelling-zanzibar.com

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I was looking at this hotel too and it was on the list of options my travel agent gave me. We're doing a safari first in Tanzania and then going to Zanzibar for a week. The travel agent has been great - it was Zanzibar Travel. Their website is zanzibarholidays.co.uk

Hope that helps.


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Why don't you do it directly?

If you book with a (reputable) agent they will make sure the property is right for you, be able to arrange all the transfers, trips and tours you may need. They will advise on when is best to go and can help with your international flights or any other aspect of your trip. You can choose one located in your own country, who you can phone anytime with your questions. There will also be financial security and booking with one can save you money as agents get a volume discount, not to mention all the hidden charges, such as bank transfer fees / high credit card charges / poor exchange rates offered by your high-street bank, etc etc... you wouldn't have to pay if you book with an agent.

I am bias but there is a reason agents exist. Use them. :)

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Hi there,

I am inclined to agree with the post above - booking with an agent saves much time and potentially much stress. There is nothing that will spoil a holiday more than missing a tour you had been so looking forward to as it was not confirmed, or arriving at your hotel after a long flight and realising it was far from what you had hoped for.

An agent can take care of all the background details that so often trip us up and if you chose the right company, they should be able to offer specialist advise on each place you are looking at and then advise you where to go based on your financial and personal requirements and expectations.

My first ever trip to Tanzania/Zanzibar was via agents, and I was delighted with my trip. Cost effective, individually tailored and perfect in every way - my only complaint was that is simply wasn't long enough!

Kasha is a Great Boutique Hotel, and it is probably entirely possible to book with them directly - however, I received quite a discount when booking via and company, as they get great prices. Always worth shopping around.

Good luck and I hope you enjoy your trip!

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