Warm up with a visit to an iconic restaurant in Zanzibar, which will provide plenty of photo opportunities. Then you will travel to a 50 meter deep chasm in a cave in the middle of the jungle.
- Visit to an iconic Zanzibar restaurant
- Explore a cave in the middle of the jungle.
- Listen to traditional Swahili songs and drums.
|Your Hotel or Resort
|Please get ready by 6:00 AM, for a pick up at 6:05 AM.
|After completing Excursions
|WHAT YOU SHOULD PACK
|Comfortable swimming costumes, hat, sunscreen, and snorkeling gear if you have.
The restaurant and the visit of the Kuza cave
Your first stop will be at what is considered Zanzibar’s most popular restaurant: The Rock. You will have a few drinks there and will have plenty of time to take beautiful photos to make your friends back home jealous.
Then you will depart for Kuza Cave. The visit will begin with the observation of objects from the cave, as well as a chronology of the history of Swahili. You will travel back in time to the beginning of human history, learning how humans first appeared in East Africa.
Then you will discover an ancient limestone cave and a pool of crystal healing mineral water. It will take you a while to get into the water, but you will find it to be extremely relaxing once you acclimatise. After swimming in the cave, you will enjoy some songs, which will consist of Swahili chanting and drumming. After your visit, you will have a Swahili cooking lesson, accompanied by a tasty lunch.
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.