Swimming with turtles, sashaying around in saree and more, Pooja Batra's Zanzibar diary is colourful

Coastal tourism is the main attraction of the archipelago, which has a World Heritage Site named 'Stone Town.' Photo: Instagram/poojabatra

Actress Pooja Batra may not be a Malayali but popular movies in the industry, including Chandralekha, Megham and Daivathinte Makan have won her quite a few fans in Mollywood. The pretty lady might not be active in the movie circuit now, but she is having fun for sure, proves her social media handle.

Pooja recently shared videos of her swimming with turtles in a beautiful pool in the archipelago of Zanzibar. Wearing a sensous leopard print bikini, the actress can be seen enjoying the clean water, enjoying a 'group hug' from the reptiles and even capturing some memorable moments. In the most recent video, Pooja dances around in a pretty cream - sky blue saree that looks super comfy yet stylish. She even spends some time dancing and chatting with the local people of the region and exploring its pretty beaches.

What to see in Zanzibar?
Coastal tourism is the main attraction of the archipelago, which has a World Heritage Site named 'Stone Town' in its capital Zanzibar City. Those interested in history can check out its Peace Memorial Museum. As for adventure enthusiasts, there are options like diving and snorkeling in its marine parks. Dhow cruising, or enjoying the sea in traditional sailing vessels with multiple masts, is also a popular activity for tourists in Zanzibar. 

Did you know that the region is also known for its fruits and spice tourism? In addition to the plantations of spices like vanilla, coriander, clove and more that you get to see there, you can also check out its salt and seaweed farms. 

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