-Walking in Jozani Forests

The Jozani Natural Forest Reserve is situated in the central east Province of Zanzibar Island and is home to the uncommon Red Colobus Monkey, which is dominant in Zanzibar. Also Jozan forest is the habitat for other species including Syke’s monkeys, small buck and bush pigs. The mysterious Zanzibar leopard (last sited several years ago) is said to feed here at night – perhaps this is why the reserve is only open during the day?! Jozani has an excellent nature trail and the guides are well trained and informative.

-Diving

Zanzibar is presumed to have some of the greatest diving zones in the world, and the coral reef structures that surround the Island ensure that the oceanic life is plentiful. Good visibility (20 – 60 meters) and a year-round average water temperature of 27°c ensure that you enjoy your Zanzibar diving familiarity, and also present an ideal prospect for learning to dive or improving your diving criterion.

-Beach relaxation

The seashore of Zanzibar resembles to a dream: Dolphin safaris, long, sparkling white beaches, crystal lagoons protected by coral barrier reefs, and plainly millions of coconut palms swaying in the tropical breezes. Zanzibar is among of the most captivating places in East Africa. Breakfast and dinner will be served at your hotel

-Stone town tour

You will have a morning tour of Zanzibar’s UNESCO World Heritage site, Stone Town, until lunch time. Stone Town, Zanzibar’s capital, scenes narrow streets and momentous Arab influenced constructions. The greatest way to see Stone Town is factually by getting lost. You can devote hours and hours just wandering the backstreets and squares, drinking potent coffee vended by roadway vendors, or ordering sweet meats from scores of tiny cafés.

After lunch, there will be a spice plantations tour, followed by dinner and overnight.