The Indian Ocean is famous for excellent game fishing as well as variety of fish such as “Barracuda, Wahoo, Dorado, Striped Marlin, Yellow Fin Tuna, King Fish, Mackerel Tuna, Skipjack, and Bonito etc.” Besides these species of large game fish, other tropical game fish “Swordfish and Sail Fish” are frequently found during the year. The best time to Fish is from September to early December and February to April. Book Now

We will take you to a half day or full day boat trip from anywhere on the island to Nungwi Fishing Village. During the fishing trip we will provide mineral water, soft drinks, and sandwiches etc. For sun lovers, there is enough room to get your tan on as you wait to catch a fish.

Included in this excursion:

– Transport

– Professional Fishing Boat

– Fishing gears

– Guide Service

– Mineral Water

– Travel Permit

– Government tax and VAT

The most popular dolphin spotting location in Zanzibar is in Kizimkazi village located on the Southern coast of Zanzibar Island where you can see both bottle-nose and humpback dolphins. The shallow coastal waters around Kizimkazi are a favorite hangout for dolphins that come here for the reliable food supply, to nurse their calves, rest and socialize. Several bottle-nose dolphins stay at Kizimkazi all year-round. Book Now

There are also rather shyer humpback dolphins that put in an appearance here, although their schedule is a little more erratic. Dolphin tour is best very early in the morning, because in the afternoon as the sun rises sea water tends to become warm, therefore dolphins dive deep down the sea bottom to escape heat.  The shallow coastal waters around Kizimkazi are a favorite hangout for dolphins that come here for the reliable food supply, to nurse their calves, rest and socialize.

Kizimkazi is also the site of a 12th century mosque, the earliest evidence of Islam in East Africa, and is thus worth a visit for both cultural and historical reasons. We provide Lunch on full day trips only at the beach restaurant. We advise clients to wear their swimming costume. We also advise to wear waterproof sandals for boarding the dhows and to bring sunscreen, towel and spare T – shirt for snorkeling. The dolphin trip can be combined with Jozani Forest, as the forest is on the way to Kizimkazi; we pass through the forest on the way back from dolphin tour. We advise our clients to wear waterproof sandals for boarding the dhows and to bring sunscreen, towel and other equipment’s.

This package includes the following:

– Local Boat

– Entrance Fee

– Snorkeling equipment

– Tour Guide

– Mineral Water

– Transport.

– Government Tax and VAT

Forget fishing in a modern fishing vessel with the latest in reels and rods and a fighting chair as well! We offer you the unique opportunity to sail out to sea with a Zanzibari fisherman and show you what ‘fishing for a living’ is really all about. Book Now

Setting sail from one of East Africa’s oldest wafts, the horizon is dotted with ngalawas, local fisherboats with outriggers, heading out to sea with full mast. We will equip you with simple fishing gears, with what locals are even catching kingfish, yellow fin tuna, barracuda and grouper. A real adventure!

The half-day or daytrip includes the

  • Boat ride
  • Fishing Guide
  • Local fishing gear
  • Fruits and
  • Soft drinks.
  • Mineral Water
  • Travel Permit
  • Government tax and VAT

Prison Island is a simply Paradise on Earth. One of Zanzibar’s best known attractions, the island lies 3.5 miles to the northwest of Zanzibar’s Stone Town, a short 20 minutes dhow ride from Stone Town, and like Zanzibar has a fascinating history. The old prison building which were later used as a quarantine station have been meticulously restored by the present owners to create a modern boutique hotel whilst preserving the historical treasures. Book Now

Things have changed a lot here since the time explorers such as Vasco da Gama, Stanley and Livingstone passed through this Island. Prison Island offers luxury and comfort with accommodation in 15 deluxe cottages and 12 sea-facing rooms.

On Prison Island the pristine white shoreline gives way to dense tropical forest a place for rare birds and also home to colony of over 200 Giant Aldebaran tortoises. Most importantly, Prison Island is a place to relax. With its fantastic white sandy beach and spectacular natural forest teeming with variety of birds and small animals such peacocks and giant tortoise etc., the island is very famous for its richness in water based natural attractions hence it is among the best site for diving and snorkeling as well. Everything still exists, although most of them have become decrepit. Please keep your eyes peeled too for the shy and elusive Duikers – an unusual tiny antelope species.

The package includes the following:

– Local Boat

– Entrance Fee

– Tour Guide

– Mineral Water

– Transport

– Government Tax and VAT

This is a full day trip on locally constructed sailing dhows, fitted with outboard motors, marine VHF radios, life jackets and other security requirements. The dhow anchors in a safe and shallow area to allow for snorkeling. Book Now

High quality snorkeling material is provided, and a large range of sizes is available. Lunch is served on a sand bank or on one of the many uninhabited island in the region. A traditional dish of barbecued fish, rice, lentils and fish curry is serves. Chilled fruit juice, mineral water, and bottled soft drinks are available throughout the tour. After lunch, clients can sail on an outrigger canoe carved out of a single mango tree, snorkel and swim or just relax. Return to Fumba is by sail, wind permitting, and clients arrive back at their hotel at about 1730 hrs.

The package includes the following:

– Local Boat

– Entrance Fee

– Snorkeling equipment

– Tour Guide

– Drinks (Water, soft drinks like fanta, coke, local beer, Amarula Liquor)

– Sea food lunch on barbeque

– Transport.

– Government Tax and VAT

This full day excursion includes something for everyone! Start your day by visiting the historical Prison Island. There, tour a prison once used as a quarantine, befriend an Aldabra Tortoise and enjoy the panorama of Stonetown viewed from an island! After that, it’s time to relax on the white sands of the Pange Sandbank and soak up the Zanzibari sun. Admire the breathtaking view of the turquoise waters that surround you and the birds that loom up above. Book Now

This truly is a dream destination! Time for a cool down? Grab your snorkel and flippers and go for a swim. This underwater world will blow you away. Marvel at the tropical fish that swim amongst the beautiful, live coral reef that surrounds the Sandbank.

After you’ve worked up an appetite, sit down and relax under your own private tent, where a seafood feast awaits you. Sure to be one of your favorite days in Zanzibar!

Included in this excursion:

  • Transport
  • Sailing Boat
  • Guide service
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Marine fee
  • Soft Drinks
  • Biting
  • Government tax and VAT

Daily scheduled trip (Subject to Tide of the Day and Weather Conditions) Book Now

This wonderful excursion is suitable for anyone, from those who wish to completely relax to those who want adventure and excitement. We board the dhow and then set sail towards Bawe Island. There we will do some snorkeling with a guide to see the stunning array of colored corals and tropical fish of the islands. Then hop back on-board and let us sail you away to a sand bank where brilliant birdlife exists.

A seemingly uninhabited and quiet bank in the ocean suddenly comes to life with millions of birds flying overhead and ghost crabs scurrying across the golden sands. After lunch relax on the sandbank listening to the bird life around you and the hush of waves lapping against the shore. For the more active discover more underwater life around the sandbank and listen to stories from our crew about sailing the seven seas. We will slowly sail back to Stone Town after soaking up the sun and return back to the shore.

Included in this excursion:

– Transport

– Traditional Sailing Dhow

– Entry Fees

– Guide Service

– Mineral Water

– Travel Permit

– Government tax and VAT

Diving from a boat in the clear, blue ocean off Zanzibar is one of the most exhilarating experiences to be had on a holiday in this part of East Africa. The visibility is usually very good, the water warm and marine life diverse and Innumerable. Book Now

Zanzibar is endowed with some of the best and most varied dive sites in the world, with diving courses catering for the novice up to dive master standards. Steep wall dives, drift dives and world-class coral formation make this area A PRIME LOCATION for experienced deep water divers.  Swaying weeds and soft corals all seethe with minute organisms that are food for the large species. Shoals of fish weave and dart around in kaleidoscopic ballets and playful octopus, cuttle fish, Sea-Urchins and Sea Cucumbers can be seen at every point.

Courses are run at the various levels and one is able to train up to PADI standards of sports Diver and Master Diver. For professional divers there are marvelous opportunities for deep water diving and underwater photography. Scuba schools and dive center are equipped with lamps and other specialized equipment to outfit such activities.

The price include the following

  • Transport
  • Boat
  • Diving equipment
  • Marine fee
  • Government tax and VAT

Don’t feel sad if you’re not a diver! A snorkeling trip to Mnemba Island will definitely satisfy all your wishes to experience a magic underwater world! We provide daily snorkeling trips to Mnemba Atoll – a Marine Conservation Park situated on the North East Coast of Zanzibar. Mnemba provides the snorkeler with the opportunity to view the best fish the Indian Ocean has to offer. We regularly see Dolphins on this trip. This trip departs from Nungwi at 9.00am and returns at approx 3.30pm. Book Now

Mnemba Atoll is located at the northeast coast of Zanzibar close to Matemwe.. A short boat trip from the beach you will find an amazing realm just by looking down under the surface. The underwater surrounding around Mnemba Island has actually been appointed to be one of East Africa’s best place for diving and snorkeling. The sight you meet when you enter this marine world is amazing and you get the feeling that you are facing a big aquarium. The reefs in Mnemba have been declared as Marine Conservation area in order to protect its nature resources. It is undoubtedly the most popular place for snorkeling in Zanzibar and a must do during your staying here. It is often called The Tropical Fish Capital since the place is well known for its large variety of different types of fish. Sting rays, Lion fish, Frog fish, Leaf fish and Zebra fish are just five of the over 350 different species that has been recorded around Mnemba Island.

The coral reefs that been build up over million years appears in a wide variation and you will explore both soft and hard corals embedded in the white sand. If you are lucky even turtles and dolphines can be spotted in the crystal clear and warm water!

Included in this excursion:

– Transport

– Boat

– Snorkeling Equipment

– Marine Park Fees

– Light Lunch

– Guide Service

– Mineral Water

– Travel Permit

– Government tax and VAT

This cruise will excite you as you’ll get a good glimpse of wonderful scenes of Indian Ocean, along the stone town shore line. We will make your evening memorable, soothing you with light sea breeze while good staff spoiling you by serving you with varieties of aperitifs’ our experienced Swahili singers will entertain you with their traditional live music. Book Now

The sun sets, changing the sky from shades of pinks and blues to magnificent golden colors as you sail back towards the glimmering lights of Stone Town in the distance with the wind gently blowing you back to shore. The crews onboard are all qualified and experienced and have the needs of our clients and their safety as their top priority at all times.

The price include the following

  • Transport
  • Boat
  • Guide service
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Marine fee
  • Government tax and VAT

The best way to experience the glorious Zanzibar sunset. On a traditional wooden dhow with the wind in your sail and a glass of wine in your hand as you cruise along watching the setting sun cast gold and amber hues on the North Zanzibar coast. Whether you would like a romantic moment with your partner or just a fun evening with family or friends, we have different boats that can accommodate you. Book Now

The Sunset Cruise runs for about 3 hours and departs from Nungwi and Kendwa. We first head for Kendwa reef where if you like, you will be treated to a glimpse of Zanzibar’s underwater bounty on a guided snorkelling tour just before the sun sets. When you have had your fill of snorkelling, get back on the boat, crack open the ice box and dig in to the wonderful liquid and edible treats that it holds as the sun dips below the horizon and the boat leisurely sails back.

Included in this excursion:

  • Transport
  • Sailing Boat
  • Guide service
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Marine fee
  • Soft Drinks
  • Biting
  • Government tax and VAT

UngujaUkuu is the name of the village, for now, a place where Zanzibar’s tourists rarely if ever set foot. Its inhabitants are generally friendly and open, but nonetheless it has an otherness about it. As one of Zanzibar’s most fertile places, its profusion of forest makes it feel like a place where spirits and magic reside. For now the village offers only one hotel. Book Now

This very special boat trip starts in UngujaUkuu village, far off the tourists tracks; with a traditional motorized dhow boat we are heading to the small uninhabited islands, Miwi and Nianembe or Kwale in the protected Menai Bay, where you are shown the unique flora and fauna of Zanzibar’s tropical islands, the boat ride is 45 min from the beach. The Niamembe Island is connected with glooming white sandbank, perfect for relaxation, and the sea around the islands is very good for snorkeling. We pick up a cook from UngujaUkuu village who arranges a barbecue with fresh caught fish, local dishes and tropical fruits; during low tide you can walk around the Island with our village guide to show you a mystical cave.

You stand some chance of spotting dolphins here – but not guarantee as you can get in the other southern village of Kizimkazi, but if you see them here you will likely be the only people watching, and the dolphins you see will be wild and free of the stresses of being chased by tourist boats (but keep it this way, we urge you not to pursue the dolphins but to let them come close if they choose).

This full day trip is perfect for those who seek privacy and not overcrowded touristic places; the UngujaUkuu boat trip is a private trip. Its a trip of sun bathing, beach relaxation, swimming and snorkeling, depending on the direction of the wind on the day of the tour, on  the way back you might enjoy a dhow sailing,  Do not miss this!

The half-day or daytrip includes the

  • Boat ride
  • Fishing Guide
  • Local fishing gear
  • Fruits and
  • Soft drinks.
  • Mineral Water
  • Travel Permit
  • Government tax and VAT

Day trip is possible to ChumbeIsland, however as a Marine Protected Area (MPA) the Island carefully manage the numbers of guests on the island at any one time (maximum 14 guests only). As the facilities are primarily focused towards those guests who book an overnight trip, day trips can be done only when there is availability in the lodge. Book Now

The Island can be reached in 45 minutes boat ride from Mbweni Beach, It covers 16 hectors of undisturbed forest and surrounded by a virgin coral reef, the sanctuary has more than 200 a pieces of pristine stone corals, about 400 species of fish and turtles & dolphins regularly passing by.

Chumbe Island which is situated 8 miles southwest of Zanzibar Town is a marine protected area that is self-funded through an eco-accommodation located on the Island. Experience world-class snorkeling, pass the time on an empty beach and savourChumbe’s most famous Zanzibar cuisine. It is an uninhabited island dominated by coral rag forest and bordered, on its western shore, by a fringing coral reef of exceptional biodiversity and beauty.

The price include the following

  • Transport
  • Boat
  • Guide service
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Marine fee
  • Government tax and VAT

The Zanzibar Seafari excursion is a great day out, not to be missed. It includes world class snorkeling at the famous Mnemba Atoll, a marine conservation area, followed by a scrumptious seafood barbeque on the idyllic Muyuni beach. Book Now

The Seafari departs from Nungwi, followed by an hour’s trip along the stunning north-east coast of Zanzibar. Dolphin sightings are common. Two amazing snorkel sites await you at Mnemba, each very different from the other, from coral gardens to a steep reef that disappears into the abyss.

After several hours of snorkeling, your dhow heads to Muyuni beach, where you will be met by our friendly staff and a feast not to be forgotten.

Our comfortable but rustic beach banda offers shade from the heat. Hammocks are dotted around the banda, in amongst the screw palms. Eat and drink as much as you can, and soak up the sun enjoying the stunning views of Mnemba. The excursion ends with a traditional sail back to Nungwi.

Included in this full day excursion:

– Traditional dhow sailing

– Snorkelling at Mnemba Atoll including Marine Park fees

– Beautiful marine life and corals

– Snorkel guide, towels and equipment

– Delicious seafood and mixed grill beach BBQ

– Hot and cold beverages

–  Amazing beach with stunning views

– Transport

– Government Tax and VAT