A dream destination

Visit Zanzibar and you will never want to leave


Zanzibar is a legendary archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 35 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania. It is just six degrees south of the Equator. Zanzibar is comprise of the islands of Unguja and Pemba, along with a number of smaller isles. However, it is arguably one of Africa’s most enticing destinations and exotic laid-back paradise. Zanzibar has miles and miles of white sandy beaches and translucent turquoise warm waters.


Generally the climate in Zanzibar is warm all year round. However, the heat of summer (corresponding to the Northern Hemisphere winter) is often cooled by strong sea breezes. This is mostly associated with the Northeast monsoon, particularly on the North and east coasts. Rains occur in November but are characterized by brief showers. Longer rains normally occur from March to May in association with the Southwest monsoon.


Stone Town has a fascinating and turbulent history in its labyrinth of narrow twisting streets.UNESCO declared Stone Town in 2000 to a World Heritage Site with the words “it is an outstanding material manifestation of cultural fusion and harmonization”. Activities: Swim with Dolphins and Snorkeling, Jozani Forrest, Prison Island, Chumbe Island, Safari Mnemba Atoll, A Thousand Hands of Zanzibar, Sunset Cruise.
Things to visit in Stone Town: The Birth Place of Freddy Mercury, The Old Fort, Sultan Palace, House Of Wonders, Forodhani Park.


Luxury: Melia Zanzibar, The Residence Zanzibar, Baraza, Zawadi Zanzibar, Qambani, Park Hyatt Zanzibar. Serena Zanzibar.
Comfort: Queen of Zanzibar, Zuri Hotel, Kasha.
And many others.


Swim with Dolphins and Snorkeling, Jozani Forrest, Prison Island, Chumbe Island, Safari Mnemba Atoll, A Thousand Hands of Zanzibar, Sunset Cruise.


Our guides are of sand and sun, they have been carefully selected to give you a lasting experience. They know Zanzibar like no other, with a pride for showing you what their beloved country has to offer, they will prove to you that they are Zanzibar.


We offer transportations from the Airport to your accommodations, and excursions on any side of the Island. Our drivers and guides work together to connect you to Zanzibar. Our cars are clean and well maintained and up to dates by all government standards.
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Once you visit Zanzibar, it will always stay with you

Stone Town

We offer a half day tour of Stone Town that can be combined with other activities such as Spice Farm (Stone Town served on Spices), Prison Island (Prisoners of Stone Town),  Jozani Forest & Butterfly Center (Zanzibar’s nature and its Capital) and  Sunset Cruise. It all depends on the guest’s preference.

Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s largest national park. It is popular for its large population of elephants. Other animal species found at Ruaha are African wild dog and sable antelope. It is also a true birdwatchers paradise – 436 species having been identified. Among the resident birds are different species of hornbill, kingfishers and sunbirds. Migrants’ e.g. the white stork also visit Ruaha. There are lodges in Ruaha and several park-run public campsites.

Prison Island

Prison Island gets its name from the prison which was built on it in 1893. It was never actually used as a prison but rather as a quarantine hospital. After a 30min boat ride with a beautiful view of Stone Town’s skyline, guests will meet the contemporary inhabitants of the island and the giant tortoises which were banned from the city of Stone Town which are more than 200 years old. We offer Prison Island as a half day tour that can be combined with a tour of Stone Town: Prisoners of Stone Town.

Spice Farm: A tour of one of Zanzibar’s Spice Farms is a must-do on the island. During a walking tour through the farm, guests will be shown and explained each and every spice one can find in Zanzibar. Guests will get a chance to sample majority of the fruits grown on the island and some coconut. We offer this tour as a half day trip, in combination with Stone Town or Jozani Forest & Butterfly Center.

Jozani Forest and Butterfly Center

During a guided tour through the Jozani National Park, guests will see the different species of monkeys, impressive trees and plants. Guest will uncover the magical world of the Zanzibari mangroves while walking along the wooden trail. This tour is combined with a visit to the Zanzibar Butterfly Centre to learn about the life cycle of a butterfly and see them flying in close proximity. We offer this tour as a half day tour or as a full day tour including local lunch in combination with Stone Town (Zanzibar’s Nature and its capital).

One Thousand Hands Of Zanzibar

On this half day tour the guests will get the chance to see the typical village life of Zanzibar and the turtle sanctuary in Nungwi. The guests will be taken to all the places where the real and normal life of a typical Zanzibarian happens. What they do with their hands is incredible.

Safari Mnemba Atoll

On this full day tour, the guests will be picked up from their respective lodging and head with a dhow from Kendwa to the stunning Mnemba Atoll – and with every possibility of seeing and swimming with dolphins along the way, our guests will stop at Mnemba Kitchwani Reef and at Coral Gardens for snorkeling. This amazing reef with steep slopes offers some great under water topography and a chance to see amazing corals and a lot of different species of fish. At the end of the trip our guests will enjoy a mouthwatering lunch and relax on the beautiful secluded beach of Muyuni Beach.

Sunset Cruise

This 2 hour boat trip can either start from the Northern Coast of the Island, to watch the world famous sunset of Zanzibar’s North Coast or it can start from Stone Town where guests can enjoy the best view of the capital from the water.  Snacks and drinks are provided on the traditional wooden dhow and if the wind allows the crew, they will sail like the traditional fishing boats while you listen to traditional Zanzibar music.

The Rock Restaurant

The unique location of this restaurant is an attraction in itself. If the tide is high, guests can use a boat to get to the restaurant – or even swim; and when the tide is low, they can simply walk.

  • Roundtrip airport transfer
  • Park fees (for non-residents)
  • All activities (unless labeled as optional)
  • All accommodation as stated in the itinerary
  • A professional, experienced mountain guide
  • All transportation (unless labeled as optional)
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • All Meals (as specified in the day-by-day section)
  • Clean purified drinking water on all days
  • Crisis management and safety procedures
  • Fair and ethical treatment of porters

  • International flights (from/to home)
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Gratuity
  • Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees
  • Additional Tours (short safari after your climb)

For Mountain climbing tours:

  • Rescue Fee
  • Climbing Gear
  • Sleeping Bag