The name Zanzibar conjures exotic images of spices, ivory, ancient buildings and a balmy island steeped in history. For 1,200 years Zanzibar’s location made it a centre of trade linking Arabia, Africa, Europe and the East. Arabs, then Persians settled here over 1,000 years ago and for many years the island was a centre for trade in slaves, cloves and ivory. Slaves came from Africa carrying huge elephant tusks until the trade was abolished in the 19th century.

6 days





Day 1

Arrival in Zanzibar

Meet and greet at Zanzibar airport then picked up to stone town overnight Tausi Palace Hotel

Day 2

Fumba Village

You will picked up at 8:30 AM from hotel to Fumba village where you will start a guided safari blue tour for visiting three different sand banks. You will stop in one of those banks for a delicious sea food lunch. Later you can snorkeling and having chance of seeing dolphins.

Day 3

Spice farm and island life

After breakfast you will be picket up at 9:30 AM from the hotel to a beautiful spice farm. You will see different type of spices and learn how they plant and how to use After the tour you will have lunch. Then we will drive you to a historical site and later to the daily market. Then you will experience the local life of the island and you will have time to do shopping. Then we drive to north coast. Overnight in Amani Bungalow.

Day 4

Kizimkazi: dolphins and corals

You will pick up at 8:00 from the hotel to Kizimkazi, a dolphins site. Here you will have a special boat that will take you to the location where dolphins are found. You will have the chance to swim with dolphins. Then we will take you to the beautiful coral bank where you will do snorkeling. Overnight atAmani Bungalow

Day 5

Relax at the beach

Full day relaxing at the beautiful hotel beach Amani Bungalow

Day 6

From hotel to airport

Transfer to the airport for flight back to your country.
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