Kizimbani (or Kisimbani) is a settlement of the Zanzibar Urban/West Region in Unguja, the main island of Zanzibar, Tanzania. It is located in the interior of the island, north-east of Zanzibar City. The remnants of old Persian public baths are found in this town.
Kizimbani is close to an eponymous forest, as well as a spice farm where several kinds of spices are cultivated, mostly as a visitor attraction; most so-called "Spice Tours" proposed by local travel operators are based in Kizimbani. Cultivation on display for the visitors include cinnamon, pepper, ginger, lemon grass, iodine, cocoa, nutmeg, clove, and vanilla.