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What Will Smith did in Zanzibar Island, Tanzania

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What Will Smith did in Zanzibar Island, Tanzania

Hollywood actor Will Smith treated his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith to a luxury tropical Island holiday in a little millionaires’ island off the shores of Zanzibar Island during his tour of Africa this week, Pulse has learned. It was a beach experience like no other as the celebrity family enjoyed sailing excursions at the romantic African paradise after touring the historical Stone Town.

Will Smith, whose visit is being managed by luxury tour company Micato Safaris, also enjoyed time at Kilimanjaro Kempinski from where he caught a good glimpse of the highest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro.

Earlier in the week after arriving from Cairo, Egypt, the celebrated actor, who is touring on a personal plane visited Bagamoyo, a world heritage site, where he distributed tents to the local hospital.

A tour operator in his convoy whom Pulse sought information from declined to comment on how long the star will be in Africa. Derrick Lobo, who Pulse learned was key in tour facilitation also declined to comment when we reached out for further information.

Source:http://www.sde.co.ke/

What Will Smith did in Zanzibar Island, Tanzania Reviewed by on March 10, 2017 .

Will Smith Photo: Courtesy What Will Smith did in Zanzibar Island, Tanzania Hollywood actor Will Smith treated his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith to a luxury tropical Island holiday in a little millionaires’ island off the shores of Zanzibar Island during his tour of Africa this week, Pulse has learned. It was a beach experience like no other

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