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Cheikh Lo kept people dance until the early hours which was the only way to end the highly successful Sauti za Busara 2013.
Cheikh Lo kept people dance until the early hours which was the only way to end the highly successful Sauti za Busara 2013.
Peter Stanley / Sauti za Busara

Zanzibar will be a hot destination next month now that its annual music and performing arts festival — Sauti za Busara (“sounds of wisdom" in Swahili) — has made National Geographic’s list of best winter trips. Of course for the Spice Island, February is summer. Hoteliers expect to be fully booked Feb. 13-16, and airlines have reported strong advance bookings for the festival period. The festival also features film, fashion and a parade through Stone Town.

Details: www.busaramusic.org.

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