Consisting of 2 main islands Unguja and Pemba, Zanzibar Island has a rich cultural and historical heritage. Most of the habitats of the Island are permanent inhabitants and mostly follow the Islamic religion. However, an ethnic blend can be found on the island which includes many diversified backgrounds like Persian, Arab and African. There are also Christian sects, Hindu and other smaller religions can be spotted on the island.
The Island’s distinct colors and cultures capture the interest of many tourists. The cultural confluence can be seen in the diversity of food, polyglot nature of the Swahili language, and the distinct architectural styles in Stone Town that makes it the World Heritage Centre.