Our Tours:

 

Stone Town

Stone Town ("city of stone" in English), also known as Mji Mkongwe ("old town" in Swahili), is the old part of the capital of Zanzibar, Tanzania is located on the west coast of Unguja, the main island the archipelago of Zanzibar. Once the capital of the Sultanate of Zanzibar, then colonial administrative center during the British occupation, and now the seat of the institutions of state government semi-autonomous Zanzibar, Stone Town is one of the most important historic cities of East Africa. Its architecture, mostly of the nineteenth century, reflects the multiplicity of influences that define the Swahili culture in general: I do, indeed, Moorish, Arab, Persian, Indian and European. Because of its historical importance and its architecture, the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Jozani Forest

The nature reseration of Jozani Forest is located just a 20 minutes car drive from our hotel. The preservation of the unique rain forest is ensured by state control. Discover the tropical plants, trees and fruits, walk through the thicket of this magic place. Visit the unique breed of the Red Colobus Monkeys which only exist in Zanzibar. Follow the wooden pier through the amazing mangrove forest or visit the snake and turtle park. It is only a short distance to the butterfly park.

 

Spice Tour

Discover the large variety of the different spices of Zanzibar. Your guide will take you in an impressive and humorous way to the world of the sansibarian spices – you’ll learn how they grow, taste and you will be amazed for what they are used apart from export. A fantastic and informative tour. Our recommendation: very good combination with Stone Town, Prison Island or slave caves as a day trip.

 

Sand Bank

A magnificent place, a small island of pure white sand surrounded by a sea of breathtaking colours. From Kizimkazi, powerboats are available to take you to one of the several sandbanks to be found in the waters between Zanzibar and Tanzania. The distance compared to other islands will allow you to enjoy this “paradise” in complete peace. Snorkelling around the nearby reef and meals of grilled fish will help make this an unforgettable trip.

 

Snorkelling Excursion

On board the typical small sailboat (ngalawa) skilfully steered by our captain, you can explore the incredible Indian Ocean floor, admiring a multitude of coloured fish, starfish, coral and sponges. You can also witness octopus fishing as you walk along the barrier reef. The captain is available to accompany you on fishing excursions along the coast or spearfishing, or simply to enjoy a relaxing swim in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.

 

Dolphin Excursion

Dolphin safari offers you the experience of a lifetime, a chance to swim with dolphins in their natural habitat.The seashore of the fishing village Kizimkazi is the home of several pods of humpback and bottleneck dolphins.The dolphins are officially protected by the 420 km2 Menai Bay Conservation Area, which was set up in 1997 to stop the rapid depletion of fish stocks. We will depart from the shores of Kizimkazi fishing village in search of dolphins.Snorkeling gear is available for you. The boat will take you out onto the clear turquoise blue Indian Ocean where the odds of meetings dolphins are about 90%.

 

Prison Island

Prison Island (in English, "prison island"), also known as Changuu, Quarantine Island ("Island of quarantine"). Prison Island was uninhabited until the 1860s, when the first Sultan of Zanzibar, Majid bin Said, made gift to two Arab slave traders, who transformed it into a place of detention for the slaves indisciplinati.Prison Island lives a colony of one hundred [8] of the giant tortoises of the Seychelles. The origin of this colony is controversial, although it is almost certain that they come from the island of Aldabra. According to some sources, they would have been brought to the Prison Island in the nineteenth century to protect the species from extinction and from poaching, but it may also be descendants of the turtles that the sailors who sailed in the Indian Ocean brought with them a store of fresh meat, or have been brought to Prison Island by the Sultan of Zanzibar in 1800 as an ornament.