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Tours & Excursions

SPICE TOUR - ZANZIBAR

On the spice Tour we will drive through Ngambo, the new Town of Zanzibar. you will visit the Kizimbani area where spice grow. You will see tropical fruits such as, jack fruits, bread fruits, karambola, pineapples, lychees, and etc. You will taste those fruits that are in season. Also we will look at various other plants, such as henna bush, perfume tree, lipstick tree and spice such as cardamom, cinnamon, clove, black pepper, nutmeg and many others. The landscape around the Kizimbani will give you a good impression of the life of Zanzibaris.

DOLPHIN TOUR - ZANZIBAR

Situated on the southern point of the island, Kizimkazi fishing village is home to several schools of bottle-nosed dolphins and Humpback dolphins, which can often be sighted following a short boat trip from the village. If you are lucky, you may be able to swim quite close to the dolphins, which can be a very rewarding experience. Kizimkazi is also the site of a 12th century mosque, the earliest evidence of Islam in East Africa, and is thus worth a visit for both natural and cultural reasons

JOZANI FOREST TOUR - ZANZIBAR

Is the only natural forest in Zanzibar,and well worth a visit. On the forest you can see different types of monkeys includes the red colobus, which never seen else where except West Africa and Zanzibar. The reserve is the one of the last remaining sites of the Island indigenous forest with fascinating varieties of flora and fauna. The vegetation encompasses ground-water forest, mangroves, saline grassland, evergreen thickets and tracts of fern. Birdlife and butterflies are prolific. The shy Suni antelope, wild pig and Sykes' This is a half-day tour and includes guide and admission fees.

STONE TOWN TOUR

Stone Town, classified asa a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a famous for its narrow, winding streets lined with unique arabseque architecture many bulidngs more than a century old. On the panoramic City Tour you will see remnants of the Islands exciting past which includes almost 200 years of Portuguese occupation and a long line of Oman Sultans from 1832 up to 1964, when a popular movement deposed the Sultan and brought into being a republic. We will visits the City Market, built in 1904 and one of the busiest places in Town where fruits, spices, meats, chicken and fish is sold. The next stop will be the Anglican Church, built on the site of the old slave market, which was closed in 1873. Bishop Edward Steer was allowed to build the church by the Sultan Barghash, it was finished in 1877 and inside you can see the cross made of wood from tree where Dr. David Livingstones heart was buried after his death in Chitambo(Zambia) in 1874. Also we will visit the museum at the house of wonder, where holds many relics from the time of the Sultans and great explores. The Arab fort, Livingstone House are the next stops on the agenda and of course leisurely walking through the narrow lanes of Stone Town. The Stone Town built on a 95 acre peninsula and consisting of about 2500 building all made of coral stone, clay and lime, thus the name. This is the most interesting part of the Island.

Safari Blue-Zanzibar

Adventure Afloat developes 'Safari Blue', a very special product comprising a full day excursion exploring the very beautiful Conservation area of Menai Bay, south-west of Zanzibar Island. Safari Blue' departs from the fishing village of Fumba exploring from there the sandbanks, islands, lagoons and wonders of the Bay and the Indian Ocean in the comfort of our traditional dhows. On arrival the participants are given a short briefing about the programme for the day and safety on board. The dhows are hand built from African mahogony, finished and maintained to the very highest standards. The most stunning natural creations must be the two pristine sandbanks of soft white sand which rise out of the turquoise blue of the Indian Ocean. We stop at one sandbank in the morning to snorkel over the coral reef and then to relax and swim. There we offer fresh green coconuts and a light snack. After snorkelling, if the tide permits, we move on to have lunch and spend the rest of the afternoon on a second sandbank near to the island of Pungume. The sandbanks have been described by many clients as the most idyllic places in the world.