Zanzibar is the semi autonomous region of Tanzania. It consists of many small islands but there are two large ones Unguja & Pemba. The capital is Zanzibar city which is on Unguja island and its historic centre is stone town which is the world heritage site. In particular the island produces different kinds of spices like cloves nutmeg and cinnamon.
While in Zanzibar you can enjoy different activities as mentioned below
Jozani Forest, is 45km southeast of Zanzibar, boasts a rich diversity of flora and fauna making it a most magical place. A huge variety of wildlife lives in and around the forest. Most notable among the wildlife viewing is the opportunity to observe troops of endemic Red Colobus monkeys – a very rare species and only found in Zanzibar. This delightful forest has a swamp in the middle and small streams flowing into the ocean.
No trip to Zanzibar is complete without a visit to one of Spice farms. Spice tours offer you the opportunity to experience different smells, tastes and textures from varieties of spices direct from the farm
With a traditional Dhow boat we can take you to places where you might have a good chance that you will see humpback whales or bottlenose dolphins. You can stop at a sandbank, where sunshades can be set up, and you can explore the surrounding reefs by snorkeling. The reefs are teeming with tropical sea life. Or, you just relax and enjoy the solitude of being on a sandbank in the middle of the ocean…!
This is a guided historical tour to the old town of Zanzibar City, formerly known as Stone Town. The tour is covered mainly on foot providing the opportunity to experience the architectural and cultural sites of the beautiful old town. You will stroll through the narrow winding streets lined with stores selling local crafts, antiques, jewelry, clothes and spices. The tour stops at many historical sites, the bustling market, winding alleyways, ornately carved and studded Arab doors, two cathedrals and countless mosques.
Prison Island is a nickname for Changuu Island it is about 20 minutes by boat it was used by slave owners as a private detention for disobedient slaves. It is now home to critically endangered Aldabra Giant Tortoise
Other activities includes water sports, scuba diving, relaxing, walking and so much more. Wildfinder Tours and Safaris will be happy to take you through this an amazing experience.