The most famous marine conservation area in Zanzibar, Mnemba Atoll Marine Park houses populations of moray eels, lion fish, stingrays, and more, all in clear waters with high visibility. Snap on your snorkel gear and let your guide help you find the aquatic wildlife you came to see on this tour, which includes round-trip transportation from your Zanzibar lodging.
Breathe in Zanzibar’s scents and spices on a 4-hour food and culture tour with a Swahili lunch, and learn to prepare a traditional cassava leaf sauce. Visit a spice farm deep in Zanzibar’s countryside, and learn the island’s remarkable role in the historic spice trade. Taste fresh spices and seasonal fruits, see how cassavas are cultivated and processed, and join in a short cooking lesson in the farm’s outdoor kitchen. Enjoy a traditional meal of richly spiced rice with vegetables and fruit then return to Stone Town in an air-conditioned minivan.
Visit Prison Island and Nakupenda Beach on a full-day tour that’s all about snorkeling and sunbathing on one of Zanzibar’s most pristine beaches. This inclusive tour features a seafood lunch, snorkeling gear, snacks, and door-to-door transport from Zanzibar hotels to ensure a hassle-free day of exploring the coast, with plenty of time independent time to enjoy beautiful Nakupenda Beach.
You snorkel around beautiful reefs
Swim in the natural pool
Visit private small islands
Get to watch the birds flying over the islands.
Enjoy a buffet-style dinner and enjoy delicious seafood and local cuisine.
Swim with the tidal water in the Indian Ocean in the natural lagoon in Kwale
Sail away with us to the sandbanks around the magnificent island of Zanzibar
Get a chance to see, touch, feed and take pictures of the Aldabra Giant Tortoise at Prison Island.Enjoy swimming, snorkeling and a delicious seafood lunch
You will visit the famous prison island, which has many other names where you can take a photo with giant turtles Visit the old prison and the former quarantine zone, Relax on the beautiful beach and enjoy the clear waters Enjoy the delicious lunch on the island of Nakuppend, which is also called the "Vanishing Island"
Enjoy Dolphin watching from the boat with a bit of luck you might be able to Swim and play with the Dolphins in the open water.
Then, Visit The Jozani's virgin forest where you can watch rare Red Colobus monkey's endemic to Zanzibar.
Experience rural life in Zanzibar on this village walking tour. In the company of a guide, meet a women’s pottery group and hear about their craft. Visit a local seaweed farm and learn how to make rope from coconut fiber. Take a break to taste traditional Zanzibari cuisine for lunch.
Go beyond Zanzibar’s tourist sights and beaches to get a glimpse of daily life in a series of Swahili-speaking communities. You’ll meet a local in a village home, then set out on foot for a walking tour that links up local villages, passing orchards, fishermen, artisans, and a seaweed plantation along the way.
Get the best panoramic views of Zanzibar and its coastline with an unforgettable parasailing adventure. Appreciate the views from 300 meters above including the sandy, white beaches of Nungwi and Kendwa, coral reefs, tropical trees, and local resorts and fishing villages.
You can feel secure in the knowledge that your flight instructor will make sure you have a fantastic time in a safe way, with the activity being suitable for people aged 8 upwards. After some training in flying and safety instructions, your instructor will take you out in the parasailing boat. You will be secured into a safety harness when it is your turn and your instructor will slowly release you. At the end of the flight, the hydraulic winch system will gently reel you back in until you land softly on the boat’s platform.
Aquana is the only excursion boat of its kind in Zanzibar (with a capacity of 35 persons, ample shade, solid seating and tables, private toilet & change room, shower, twin deck, walk around capability, swim-platform, cold drinks, two Mercedes engines, great friendly crew and more
The 3-Island Day Tour will first take you to Changuu/Prison Island (which hosts the giant tortoises, peacocks, dik-dik antelopes and historical monuments), and with a little luck you may see Dolphins or Turtles on the way. After Changuu we cruise to the coral gardens of Bawe Island for snorkelling whilst the crew is preparing your lunch and thereafter to the amazing Zanzibar Sandbank. In the afternoon we head back close along the coast and passed Stone Town (ideal for taking nice fotos) and back to the Marina Verde.
Pls note; the days that are blocked on the availibility chart are still available to groups of over 4 persons i.e. if you are more than four, you can opt for any day of the week (contact us)
Tour Zanzibar's UNESCO-listed historic district and premiere natural attraction on this tour to Stone Town and Prison Island. Learn about the current culture and history in Stone Town as you walk past its attractions, including a Portuguese fort, the Sultan Palace, and the birthplace of Freddie Mercury, before continuing your tour to Prison Island, famous for its population of giant tortoises.
Join us and snorkel at Mnemba atoll which is one of the best snorkel places in Zanzibar. You can even get the chance to see the Bottlenose Dolphins (80% chance to see them)! Let us share our passion with you!
Dine in a spectacular location that’s entirely surrounded by sea views on an excursion to The Rock restaurant in Zanzibar. Door-to-door transport and snorkeling at the Blue Lagoon turn your reservations at The Rock into a half day adventure, with the chance to spot a rainbow of tropical fish and coral in calm, sheltered water.
See the giant land tortoises of Prison Island, or Changuu Island, on a half-day trip from Zanzibar, with time to swim, snorkel, and sunbathe. Just a 30-minute boat ride from Stone Town, Prison Island has a beautiful beach, clean water, and fascinating history as a yellow fever quarantine station. Both morning and afternoon departures to Prison Island are available, and the trip includes hotel transfers and all entrance fees.
Jozani Forest is in the south of the island and is the largest area of mature forest in Zanzibar.
A car will take you there, and a guide will walk you around the ancient hardwood forest and mangrove swamps.
It is also home to the Red Colobus monkeys, unique to Zanzibar, with less than 2000 remaining in the world.
A board walk around the mangrove swamp at the end of the tour, and a visit to the giant turtle sanctuary, is also included.
This tour provides you with the opportunity to find out why Zanzibar is known as the ‘Spice Island’.
You will be driven to a Spice Farm where friendly and informed guides will escort you on a walking tour.
During the tour you will see, smell and taste a variety of spices and learn about how they are grown.
The Spice Tour will end with a lunch of Pilau rice, flavored with many of the spices that you have learned about.
This is one of our most recommended activities in Zanzibar, where you can swim and snorkel at three different spots (Dolphins, relaxing at the Sandbanks and Snorkeling at the Mnemba reef. Mnemba Island was ranked #1 Best Beach Destination in Africa by tripsavvy.
For the sake of precision, Mnemba is a reef and not an Atoll, as sometimes called Mnemba Atoll in many publications and charts. Mnemba is well known for the excellent clarity of its waters ( for this area of the Indian Ocean) and the unusually prolific and diverse corals and tropical marine life where you can able to see a lot of colorful fishes while Snorkeling.
Some of the species that you can see at Mnemba reef include; Angel Fish, Blue Spotted Rays, Black Snappers, Groupers, Red Tooth Triggers, Flounder, Octopuses, Leaf Fish, Scorpion Fish, Stone Fish, Frog Fish and lots of Trevallies.
Discover Zanzibar’s aromatic history on a half-day walking tour of Stone Town, setting out on foot so you can see Stone Town’s narrow, car-free streets and atmospheric corners. After convenient pickup at Zanzibar hotels, you’ll cover some of Stone Town’s highlights, from colonial landmarks to the Old Fort, the house where Freddy Mercury was born, and an Anglican Cathedral that marks the former site of a slave market.
Immerse yourself in Zanzibar’s culture - history on a full day guided tour of Stone Town and Prison Island. Explore on foot and by boat for a comprehensive overview of the area. Bring your swim suit along for swimming-snorkeling in Prison Island
Safari blue experienced with sea adventure and full day trip you will departure from Fumba to Kwale Island by using local boat you will visit a baobab tree, sandbank, lagoon, dolphins sighting and you will eat delicious Zanzibar seafood like lobster, prawns, calamaris, octopus and you will have possibility to experienced various activities like snorkeling and diving to see different species of fish and coral reef. Later you will have transferred to Fumba beach lodge for dinner and overtight.
Leaving from Fumba, which is in the South East and still a very untouched and remote area in Zanzibar, guests will head on a trip in a traditional wooden dhow towards one of the three snorkeling stops to enjoy the unique underwater world of Zanzibar. On the way they will hopefully meet dolphins playing around in the shallow Marine Park of Menai Bay and depending on the tides they’ll swim at a very special island full of mangroves. On the secluded uninhabited island Kwale, they’ll enjoy a delicious lunch.
Saadani National Park Safari Saadani is where the beach meets the bush. The only wildlife sanctuary in East Africa to boast an Indian Ocean beach front, it possesses all the attributes that make Tanzania’s tropical coastline and islands so popular with European sun-worshipers.