Zanzibar Island is one of the most historic islands in the Indian Ocean, overlooked by the atmosphere, scenery, and gorgeous beach experiences. There are plenty of accommodation options across the price spectrum, and plenty to see and do. As the birthplace of the Sultan's Palace and the birthplace of the Swahili spice plantation, the little island of Zanzibar is larger than life on the world map, a must-see at the end of any African journey, but great for a Tanzanian safari.
The Zanzibar Islands have
some of the most spectacular beaches and plenty of places to sit and
watch the White Dwarf ships sailing through the stunning blue waters of
the Indian Ocean. Whether it’s a Zanzibar
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This tour is a walking tour in a spice farm (shamba). You will see how the spices, herbs and fruits grow and are cultivated. Your tour guide will describe how the crops can be used and gives you guidance on the type of species and treatment for various diseases.
You will be smelling and tasting spices, herbs and tropical fruits such as clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, cassava and oranges.
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LUNCH AT THE SPICE FARM
After the tour you will enjoy a traditional swahili lunch at the farm. Explore different ways of the used spices yourself!
|10:00 AM |
You will get the opportunity to visit the tortoise sanctuary, which contains a large colony of giant tortoise imported from the Seychelles in the late 19th century. The average weight of these creatures is 200 kg, and many of them are said to be over 150 years old. There will be a chance to touch the tortoise and take photos. The island is also a home to a colony of beautiful peacocks.
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|3:00 PM |
|5:30 PM |
|7:30 PM |
|8:00 AM |
Visit and explore the easily accessible Kuza Cave in Jambiani. It is a former “holy spot” where you can swim in fresh water. This sacred, circular cave is lined with pools so clear and still that it's hard to tell where the water begins.
Mama Muzu is preparing local food – experience the authentic atmosphere of a local home and have a delightful, original Swahili food with exotic spices of the island
Time for relaxing at the swimming pool of Simba Garden Lodge or New Jambo Bungalows. Enjoy the beach or take a stroll through Paje Village
|7:00 PM |
It’s the time for chilling, swimming, snorkeling in a magnificent scenery. A Swahili seafood feast will be served for lunch at Blue Safari Island including lobster, octopus, calamari, prawns, fish, chicken, vegetables, rice Fruits, soft drinks and water are available all day.
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Departure trip to JOZANI FOREST, the only national park on Zanzibar Explore a beautiful and tranquil forest with its huge mangroves on the tour with your guide.
Jozani is also famous for the rare red Colobus monkeys and even harder to spot – Zanzibar Sykes’ monkey, a very rare monkey species unique to Zanzibar. Along with Red Colubus Monkeys you might see bushbaby, over 50 different species of butterflies and 40 species of birds.
|4:00 PM ||Transfer back to Stone Town|
|Mininum No of People || 2|
|Accomadation||Double Room with private bathroom with air condition and fan at Simba Garden Lodge|
|Options 1 or 2 need to be the same for both guests Including all transportation, fees, tax as well as meals and drinks as mentioned.|