You will be picked up from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and driven to Kizimkazi village, where you will be met by the captain. Here, start your journey to meet and have a chance to swim with dolphins.
- Red colobus monkey, blue Sykes monkeys, bush pigs, Aders antelope, elephant shrews and chameleons.
- mangrove swamp
- Different types of birds
- Insects – butterflies
- Different sea creatures
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Your Hotel or Resort|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please get ready by 6:00 AM, for a pick up at 6:05 AM.|
|RETURN TIME||After completing Excursions|
|WHAT YOU SHOULD PACK||Comfortable swimming costumes, hat, sunscreen, and snorkeling gear if you have.|
Swim with dolphins
The captain will drive the boat to well-known dolphin-watching spots while maintaining a respectful distance. The boat, well equipped, will go to several places in order to have time to observe the dolphins and to snorkel.
Explore Jozani Forest
Jozani Forest Reserve is a guided tour best combined with a dolphin tour. The forest has been declared Jozani – Chwaka bay national park and is home to the rare red colobus monkeys found nowhere else in the world. This guided tour takes a maximum of three hours. Tourists can choose to visit any or all of the attractions,
We start by taking you to the Jozani Natural Forest, where small trees and shrubs form several sub-canopies under the highest canopy.
You will walk through the 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. we are then in front of the mangrove trees and discover the diversity of plants.
Zanzibar Spice Tour
Spice tour in Zanzibar is a 3 hour private tour that is considered the best 2 day trip to Zanzibar, tropical fruits, herbs, spices, and other rare species of other plants are among the different vegetation to see on this tour. This is not just a day trip, but a real experience that proves why Zanzibar is called the spice island. Over the centuries, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper and many other spices were brought by the Sultan of Oman across the Indian Ocean by dhow on the seasonal trade winds. The guide gives detailed descriptions of the uses of the various plants, although not all of them are for food. The leaves of the neem tree were once used as a remedy for malaria and indigestion, the iodine tree produces a deep red sap used to fight infections, while the foaming berries of the unnaturally named soap tree have been used for centuries as an alternative to soap. Other spices include nutmeg, ginger, vanilla, tamarind, menthol and clove.
The island was once known as the world’s leading producer of cloves. The henna tree produces a dye from its crushed leaves, used by women to decorate their hands and feet with delicate designs.