The Island of Spices
The wild side of zanzibar
The home of giant tortoises
Hop on a 30-minute boat ride from the shore and glide past Stone Town’s skyline before setting foot on Prison Island’s beautiful beach. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, the island was used to house violent prisoners and as a quarantine station in the 1890s.
Learn about the adventure of the giant tortoises that have taken up residence on the island since the late 19th century. Explore the turtle sanctuary and discover the largest turtle species in the world, these ancient centenarian turtles that are over 150 years old.
Go back in time
Historic Stone Town
Arouse your curiosity with a tour of the old town of Zanzibar. The stone city, also known as Mji Mkongwe, is part of the older city of Zanzibar and is full of history and ancient stories. Be captivated by the peculiarities of its unique architecture, which blends Arabic, Persian, Indian, European and African traditions.
Explore the famous old buildings such as the Anglican Cathedral, the former slave market and the Sultan’s Palace and discover the wonders of Stone Town, which has been a World Heritage Site since 2000 UNESCO.
The perfect place to for water exploration
Swimming & Diving
Explore the underwater world of Zanzibar… Begin the journey by setting sail from Fumba (southwest of Zanzibar) on a traditional sailing dhow. Enjoy the thrill of searching for humpback and bottlenose dolphins in Menai Bay, Zanzibar’s largest marine reserve. The crystal clear turquoise waters around Menai Bay are a perfect place for snorkeling.
Return aboard the dhow and sail towards the beautiful island of Kwale. Explore the mangroves and dive into the water to discover centuries of history stored in the coral.