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Zanzibar excurision

Zanzibar Stone town tour

This is a 3 hours and half guided tour begins and ends at your hotel. The tour commences at the house of wonders or City Market and covers all the above places. You will be driven or walk (optional)to all the National Museum of Zanzibar (opened 1925) to see interesting relics (unfortunately is now closed)... You leave and head along the Old slave market, fruit market, spice market, seeing zanzibar doors and then ahead to waterfront at Shangani - Old British Consolate (the late Dr. Livingstone body remained here and later sent to Britain), the Arab Fort (built in the 1700), the House of Wonders (built in 1883). From here, you proceed on a leisure walk through the Narrow streets of Stone Town (old part of the Zanzibar town) where most of the houses date back to more than one hundred and fifty years. In this part of the town, you will find a lot of small and exotic bazaars and curio shops.

Zanzibar dolphin tour

A day Tour, the main Attraction being able to swim close to the dolphin, actually its swimming with the Dolphin. Being very social themselves, if you are luck you even get to play with them. Situated on the southern point of the island, Kizimkazi fishing village is home to several schools of bottle-nosed dolphins and Humpback dolphins, which are sighted following a short boat trip from the village. Please note that this tour is subject to Weather Conditions; We have our people at Kizimkazi and if the weather is note appropriate for the tour we will inform you on the morning of the Tour and postpone it to the next day. Kizimkazi is also the site of a 12th century mosque.

Zanzibar safari blue trip

This is a full day out on a traditional sailing dhow with sea food and drinks. Come prepared to get your feet wet, enjoy new experiences, in this sea safari you will have the most memorable day of your life. Explore the mangrove lagoon hidden inside Kwale island. A swim through the protected mangrove forest at high tide is an unforgettable experience.

Zanzibar prison island trip

An half day relaxing in the channel of the Indian Ocean is achieved when you visit the small isdle off the western coast of Zanzibar. This half day guided tour begins and ends at your hotel. A 30 minute boat ride (motorised) will take you to this exclusive island. The Island was formerly owned by an Arab and was privately used as a place of detention for recalcitrant slaves

Zanzibar jozani forest

This is half day guided tour begins and ends at your hotel. The forest has now been declared a reserve and holds the rare Red Colobus Monkeys not to be seen anywhere else in the world. This guided tour of three hours takes you to Jozani natural forest; the smaller trees and shrubs make several sub canopies under the highest canopy. You wil lwalk through nature trail of the forest, which is a habitat for many species of animals and is famous for its Red Colobus Monkeys - the rare species. Retun to your hotel.

Zanzibar sunset dhow cruise

A Romantic Sunset dhow Cruise from Stone Town, Retake the journey of Princess Sayyida in a traditional Arabian Dhow. Set forth from Stone Town and sail along the shores of this historic coast while the sun sinks into the ocean painting the town with its pastel colours, The crew will ply you with tales, while you soak up the ambiance once enjoyed by Arabian Royalty. Relax and enjoy Stone Town without the hussle, bussle, noise and heat on our traditional Arabian dhow. If you wish we can sail you to Mtoni Marine Centre for a beach BBQ on Saturdays with live African Rhythm and dance, and from Sunday to Friday an Al Carte. After the meal we will return you to Stone Town.

Full day mnemba atoll snorkeling

Mnemba atoll is found on the northeastern of the Zanzibar island. We provide daily snorkeling trips to Mnemba Atoll - a Marine Conservation Park situated on the North East Coast of Zanzibar, you will inboard our traditional Zanzibar dhow. Mnemba is the best area for snorkelers with the opportunity to view the best fish os the Indian Ocean