Zanzibar is also known as “The Spice Island”, whose name evokes a romantic past embalmed in the aroma of cloves, cinnamon, cardamom and lemon grass. Touch, smell and taste different spices and tropical fruits. Try to guess which is which, from the crushed leaves, the fruits, shoots and vines and creepers crawling up the trees. Learn about their properties, their origins and their use as medicine and in food and drink.

The most popular diving sites on the island are Tumbatu Island, Mnemba Atoll, Kichwani wall, Watta Bommy, Leva Bank among others. These sites range from 5m to 50m, do there is something for everyone, whether you are a beginner or a professional diver.So, why should you Scuba dive in Zanzibar? The island is well known for its beauty, and this beauty extends to the ocean. Here you will find a diverse selection of colorful corals and small reef fish and a varied underwater topography from vast underwater volcanic mountain ranges to huge granite boulders covered with soft corals and sponges. In Zanzibar, there is a good chance you’ll come across some larger animals on dives, particularly to Leven Banks or Mnemba. Barracuda are often spotted at Leven along with sailfish, dorados, whale sharks and wahoo. At Mnemba you can see dolphins, and when they want to play you can jump in and swim with them which is something that you’ll never forget.

The trip starts from Jozani Forest to see the unique Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkeys, mangroves, forest and sea turtles. You will then be taken to Zanzibar Butterfly Centre, an interactive butterfly exhibit in a netted tropical garden. It is possible to experience butterflies feeding and flying very close at hand and to witness the complete life cycle of many species. The trip will head to a half zoo to see the green life of pythons, chameleons, snakes, lizards, etc. Then you will visit with your guide the little village of Chwaka and his fish market with a lot of different fish species. After the visit, you will board on a boat to Michamvi to sail to the other side of the coast.

This is a walking tour that takes you almost 3 hrs in the narrow streets through this colorful and alternating city with our tour knowledgeable tour guide, where history appears to stand still. With visits to the House of Wonders, the former slave market for East African slave trade, and the Arab Fort. The architectural style of Stone town buildings is a unique mixture of various influences and culture.

By gaining the experience of Zanzibar and how the 14th century struggled through the slavery period, Slave Caravan is intended to delight your eyes by visiting the different destinations by gaining the full history of slave trade in Zanzibar. Discover the Khole ruins at Bungi, where slaves were used to dry cloves, and you will get time to see the arranged mango trees planted by the forced slaves. Then you will go to Mbweni ruins where the free slaves were kept after the abolishment of slave trade. There you will visit the ruins of the boarding school for free slaves as a product of UMCA. The complete activities of the slave trade had been done in Stone Town, where you will visit the former Slave Market, Tippu Tippu’s House, Kelele Square and Dhow Habour. Eventually the trip will end up at the edge of Mangapwani. You will visit the real slave cave and slave chamber, the place where the slaves were hidden once after the abolishment of slave trade. Then you will go to the Serena Beach Restaurant with his private beach for the lunch booked in a special request.

DOLPHIN TOUR is a full day excursion on a traditional dhow and see various species of Dolphins including spinner bottle nose and blue dolphins at close proximity as well as swimming with them.

Mnemba Island is a single small island located about 3 km off the northeast coast of Unguja, the largest island of the Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania, opposite Muyuni Beach. It is roughly triangular in shape, about 500 metres (1,640 ft) in diameter and about 1.5 kilometres (0.9 mi) in circumference. It is surrounded by an oval reef seven by four kilometre in extent. These reefs have been declared a Marine Conservation area. Mnemba Island and its reef are sometimes called Mnemba Atoll which is incorrect because an atoll is an island that encircles a lagoon, which is not the case for Mnemba Island.