Safari Blue is a full day trip exploring the very
beautiful Conservation area of Menai Bay, south-west of Zanzibar
It includes use of top quality snorkeling with guides , ice
cold sodas, mineral water and beer, a delicious Zanzibari
seafood lunch with grilled fish and slipper lobster, gastronomic
fruit tasting, coffee and Amarula liqueur.
We round the day off by returning to Fumba by traditional
Dolphins can be seen along the coast, and it is
a incredible experience.
Especially in Kizimkazi in the south/vest of Zanzibar.
You can swim close to the dolphins, they are very social animals,
if you are lucky you even get to play with them.
Menai Bay has been designated
as a Conservation Area since 1998 due to its outstanding natural
The bay has a number of pristine sandbanks, naturally carved
by the sea, wind and waves. The sandbanks and uninhabited
islands that litter the bay are perfect stepping stones to
explore the area.
Join the crew for a sail on an “ngalawa”- a local
canoe with outriggers which has been carved from a single
As Safari Blue comes to an end and we return by traditional
lanteen sail, the full splendour of the African sunset reveals
Pemba is recommended to experience deep sea fishing in the Indian
The most challenging fish is blue and black marlin and swordfish,
and several bigger shark. A real big experience for the adventurous
Deep sea fishing.
Zanzibar is reputed to have some of the best diving in the world,
and the coral reef structures that surrounds Unguja and Pemba,
ensure that the marine life is abundant.
Good visibility (60 - 200 feet) and a year-round average water
temperature of 80 degrees ensure that you enjoy your Zanzibar
Diving schools on Zanzibar.
You can ask Rama our caretaker, he
also knows where the good schools and diving places are.
Island Boat Trip
It is a relaxation excursion that takes half-day on the beautiful
island off the Zanzibar Town. The use of the island has changed
Although it was originally built as a prison it was never put
into that function. Later it was used as a quarantine of slaves
for the whole of East Africa.
The remnants of the built are still visible. The island offers
a stunning view of the Town especially during the night; there
is very beautiful minor sandy beach where swimming on the crystal
waters is marvelous.
The coral reefs surrounding the island provide an opportunity
of snorkeling. This is also a home of the giant tortoise, which
is now under strict conservation.
Four hour guided tour, which starts at Kibweni Palace through
Here are the Persian Baths built by Seyyid Said Sultan for his
wife the Princess Shehrzard, one of the family member of the
Shah of Persia.
You will then proceed to Kizimbani spice plantations. Here you
can see, touch and sometime taste a wide variety of spices,
fruits, herbs and ornamental plants and flowers.
You can visit the Jozani rainforest.
you can experience
special palms and very nice nature.
Red silk monkeys and Columbus monkeys a
other monkey species, that
Jozani rainforest is
eco-friendly project. The people from the villages works as
The Red Colombus Monkey has been isolated on Zanzibar
to least 1,000 years.
About one third of the red colobus live in and around Jozani
See the safari page
Land Animals Park
A few kilometers west of Jozani forest, on the road to Kizimkazi
lies ZALA Park.
ZALA Park is like a zoo with pens and compounds, mostly reptiles,
it is a very good place for kids.
is one of the places you can observe snakes and lizards up