Historical Stone Town
A fascinating excursion that winds through narrow bustling streets and alleyways, fish and former slave markets, consulates, the old fort and historical houses. It highlights the Arab, Indian, Persian and European influences on this vibrant capital.
The Spice Tour
A look at small traditional farms in the rural areas that grow cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, cardamom and other spices as well as medicinal and ornamental plants and tropical fruits. It is a rare experience and leaves you in no doubt as to why Zanzibar is referred to as the Spice Island.
A short boat trip to this historic prison with its giant tortoises provides an insight into how it was for slaves here during the 1800’s. Today you can look around the prison as well as swim and snorkel in the beautiful surrounding waters.
The Blue Safari
Depart by traditional dhow on a full-day excursion to explore picturesque bays and uninhabited islands, snorkelling and searching for humpback and bottlenose dolphins. A delicious lunch will be served on a small island or sand bar, followed by time to enjoy sailing an Ngalawa, made from a single mango tree.
This tour takes you to Kizimkazi, one of Zanzibar’s earlier capitals, where old Shirazi ruins remain. From here continue to the fishing village and board a small motorised boat in search of resident dolphins.
A beautiful private beach that is perfect to escape the hustle and bustle of Stone Town. Take a dhow journey here to enjoy sun, sand, sea and sumptuous seafood, cooked right on the beach. There are also the old Slave Caves to explore.
This area is famous for the endemic Kirks red colobus monkey. The guided tour follows a fascinating nature trail through Zanzibar’s last remaining natural indigenous forest. There are many varieties of birds, antelope and monkey species to enjoy.