Stone Town isn’t just any town. It is a sensory experience not to be found anywhere else in the world. Of course, the beaches in Zanzibar are ravishing, but this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Zanzibar City, once a flourishing trading hub, utterly captivated me: the history and melting pot of African, Arab, Indian and European cultures, the vivid shades of every colour imaginable; the textures; the vibrant energy of the seafront and markets; and the locals who greeted me with “jambo!” (hello) and “karibu” (welcome) everyday.
A spice tour is a must-do while on the island of Zanzibar, known as the Spice Island. Learn from your guide about its claim to fame during the 19th century as one of the world’s leading producers of spices, such as clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Sample these aromatic treasures at a spice farm and indulge in lunch (own expense) during this 3-hour tour. You'll have the opportunity to touch, smell, and taste several spices and fruits during a walking tour of the farm. Hear about farming techniques and uses, then sit down for a farm-fresh lunch (own expense).
Jozani Forest Half Day Tour which is an exciting trip to Zanzibar's first and only national park is centered on Jozani Forest is the largest area of mature forest found within Zanzibar. The forest lies in a shallow trough in the fossil coral bed between the mangrove filled bays of Chwaka and Uzi. Seasonal flooding and a high water table has given rise to a unique groundwater forest. The forest is also home to Syke's monkeys, bush pigs and nocturnal Zanzibar leopards.
There are many islands surrounding zanzibar of which prison island is the most popular to visit. it is reached by boat and is famous for the giant tortoises and peacocks, which can be seen among the ruins in the courtyard. the giant tortoise, the most popular attraction on the island can reach over a hundred years old and some over a metre tall. the island is fringed with a beautiful coral reef, ideal for snorkelling, and has a lovely white beach for sunbathing. prison island was once the site of a gaol for misbehaving slaves. a wealthy slave owner who used to send slaves to the island for discipline was the first owner.BOOK NOW
The Zanzibar dolphin tour is a long half day private tour, the main attraction being able to come close to the dolphin, and (if you are lucky) swim with them. The dolphins can be spotted on a short boat trip. If you are lucky, you can even have a very special experience of the dolphins swimming so close that you could almost touch them. You can also feel the brilliant sensation of swimming with the dolphins, but please don't expect to touch them, since they are very shy. The village not only offers immense natural reasons for visitation, but also historical and cultural.BOOK NOW
Relax and enjoy the sunset from a traditional dhow outrigger. Sip on a Zanzibar cocktail as you glide effortlessly over Michamvi -now this is the life! Late in the afternoon when the sun is low on the horizon, enjoy a beautiful sunset onboard an outrigger dhow in Michamvi Take a special moment to photo shoot the beautiful view of Zanzibar island. To complete this romantic moment sip on a refreshing cocktail and allow the crew to take care of everything! Watch as the sun sets casting hues of pinks and purpleBOOK NOW