Paradise is yours to explore when you book a flight to Zanzibar from Dubai. The idyllic island is only six hours away and flydubai can take you there directly, with up to eight flights heading to Zanzibar every week.
From the moment you book your trip to the African destination, we’ll pull out all the stops to ensure your journey is a smooth one. On the ground expect a seamless departure service and once you’re in the air, you’ll experience a comfortable ride all the way to Zanzibar.
Watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters on your own personal touchscreen, update your social media followers using the award-winning onboard Wi-Fi, or browse our duty-free shops for discounted goods. You can also enjoy globally-inspired dishes from the comfort of your ergonomically-designed seat – simply pre-order from our extensive menu before you board.
Take your flying experience even further with a seat in Business Class. The premier cabin caters to your every need, with reclining Italian leather seats and delicious food and beverages to enjoy.
Make your way to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and begin your trip to Zanzibar. Located conveniently close to the city centre, simply choose the best transfer option for you. Taxis, buses and the Dubai Metro can take you to the airport or you can drive yourself and use the onsite parking facilities.
To check-in, you have three options to choose from at DXB. You can do it online before you arrive, use the self-service kiosks at the airport or head to one of our desks. With check-in complete, drop off your bags, head through security and relax in the departures lounge before you board your flight.
Land at Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ) and you’re only 10 minutes away from Zanzibar Town. To get there, either catch a taxi or arrange a private transfer.
Exotic and dream-like, Zanzibar is one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet. Begin your adventure at the archipelago’s historical capital, Stone Town, and make for the waterfront to visit the iconic House of Wonders. The 19th century masterpiece with enormous carved doors and impressive slender pillars is stunning to see up close. Stop off at the magnificent 17th century Old Fort before wandering among intriguing royal artefacts at the Palace Museum. No trip would be complete without discovering the idyllic beaches in Zanzibar. For azure waters and pristine white sand, leave the capital behind and cruise across to Nakupenda Beach. Whether you want to do some surfing in Zanzibar, snorkel, swim with dolphins or just marvel at peacocks and tortoises in their natural surroundings – there’s so many things to do in Zanzibar.