Beach

your getaway to East Africas finest sandy beaches and historic places

The perfect place to round off a dusty and adventurous safari on the Tanzanian mainland or an exhausting climb up Mount Kilimanjaro is in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

Tanzania’s approximately 1,400 km long coastline is blessed with amazing beaches which are perfect for relaxing your mind. But if you are looking for a tropical paradise and some of the most beautiful, pristine beaches in the world, the archipelago of Zanzibar is your perfect choice. These islands are located off the Tanzanian coast, not far from the largest city in Tanzania, the metropolis of Dar es Salaam.

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Zanzibar dolphin tour

Zanzibar is best known for its beautiful beaches and warm sea. Explore the coastal line of Zanzibar by a traditional sailing dhow boat.

Starting in south-west Zanzibar in the renowned Fumba village it will take you along the shores to the best diving spots, where you will put on your snorkeling gear and explore the life you'll immerse in. Stop at a sandbank for a little folly and swim in a mangrove lagoon. Board the dhow and continue with a delicious seafood lunch buffet.

Finish strong, with a unique fruit tasting. Or are you for something quite different? Do you dare to impersonate Robinson Crusoe and stay on an island for as long as… Does Friday arrive?

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Zanzibar Jozani forest tour

Zanzibar Jozani forest tour

This trip is excellent for nature lovers who want to experience the thrilling fascination of walking through large pandanus and palm trees.

Depert from your Hotel at 9 o'clock.

The Jozani forest, a natural reserve, lies 35 km South East from Zanzibar City between Chawaka Bay and Uzi Bay.

The only remaining natural forest of Unguja covers an area of 10 square km. The forest, with trees older than 100 years, is the sanctuary for some very interesting animals, including the Red Collobus monkey, the small Zanzibar leopard, blue monkey, chameleon, mongoose, bush baby, tree hyrax, bush pig, civet, and two small antelope species found only on Zanzibar, Zanzibar duiker and sunni.

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Zanzibar Mangwapani beach and the slave caves tour

A relaxing excursion to the Mangwapani serena restaurant where you will have the possibility to taste some of the island's most delicious barbeque grill or have a cocktail on their private beach. You can watch the local fishermen prepare for the evening in this relaxing atmosphere or explore the nearby slave caves. The arrangement of complementary water sport activities is possible. We can arrange this excursion on a half day basis or as a whole day tour in addition to a city tour or spice tour.

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Zanzibar Chumbe Island trip

Chumbe Island is an internationally acclaimed conservation area and it presents ecotourism at its finest. Chumbe is operating as a non-profit enterprise and with the revenue generated by eco-tourism on the island, it became the world’s first financially self-sustaining marine protected area.


Half a square kilometer coral reef sanctuary and forest reserve are home to diverse corals, over 500 reef fish species, many crustaceans, among them the giant coconut crab, tortoises, and critically endangered Ader's antelopes.


A very romantic and still very active retreat from the real world, almost a must for the environmentally conscious one.

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Zanzibar Safari blue – by boat

Get aboard a motorboat and experience a safari while floating down the Rufiji river in Nyerere national park. You're guaranteed to see crocodiles, hippos and buffaloes. Riverine marshes overlooked by panoramic plains decorated with golden grass, songs and the play of countless birds will surely add some sighs to the stunning beauty and richness of this largest river in Tanzania. Full day, morning or afternoon safaris are available. A 10 am morning safari usually follows an early walking tour, a 3 pm afternoon safari promises breath-taking sunset views, and a full day safari will please you with an insight into animals' daily routine.

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Zanzibar Spice tour

Zanzibar is famed around the world for the quality of its spices. Take a day to explore the industry that put the island on the map and learn more about the island’s rich history. On this three hours guided tour, you will explore the various spices of Zanzibar which are used in almost every kitchen on earth, such as cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, garlic, lemongrass, turmeric, ginger, vanilla, nutmeg, and more. You’ll not only learn how these spices go from the plantations to our tables but also about the more unorthodox uses for these spices as home remedies.

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