CHOOSE YOUR EXOTIC WEDDING
We can make your symbolic and spiritual ceremony come true! Legal weddings are also possible with an extra charge to the CLASSIC and DELUXE Packages. Please write to us if you want a legal wedding in Zanzibar. The wedding package PREMIUM is the only one that includes legal marriage in the present packages.
- The wedding packages don't include hotels, plane tickets or primary transfers.
- The prices of the wedding packages are for the couple only.
- To make the reservation for the wedding and to we need 50 % of the total price of the wedding.
- For wedding dinners/receptions.- Ask the different options available. (at extra charge depending on the number of people, location, etc.)
- Tables and chairs will be decorated with our exotic nature plants mixed with white fabrics creating that chill-out atmosphere in Zanzibar Style! (For more options the Wedding Specialist will pass along different choices and prices for each one).
- By booking the wedding dinner with more than 50 guests for a minimum of 2 nights, the Hotel will offer one-hour Cocktail Reception with Chef Selection canapés & drinks complimentary. This will be offered as “get together” before dinner. OFF site guests will have a supplement.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Package Inclusions have no cash value, there are no refunds for unused elements/events and items are not interchangeable for other inclusions or a-la-carte amenities. Package inclusions are valid for guests booking on all-inclusive bases. For guests booking on other meal plans, a supplement may apply. Wedding Guests will enjoy special discount according to the different seasons.
A non-refundable deposit of 50 % is required to secure a wedding date. This deposit will be applied to the total cost of the package.
Zanzibar has two rainy seasons. Every year, there are the long rains and the short rains. On the heels of the blazing and seriously sweaty East African summer, Zanzibar’s long rainy season lasts roughly from March until May. The short rains generally take place between November and December, but aren’t nearly as intense—they tend to show up in short and torrential bursts, then quickly fade back to blue skies.