Stone town tour package offers scuba diving, snorkeling and dolphin watching tour and many more
Arrive at Zanzibar Airport/Sea port. Meet and greet and transfer to Ras Michamvi Beach Resort for lunch; relaxation and overnight (HB).
After breakfast, drive to the Safari Blue. After the tour drive back to Rasmichamvi beach resort for dinner and overnight (HB)
After breakfast, drive to Jozani Forest to enjoy seeing the Red Colobus monkeys and Kizimbani Spice farm. After the tours, drop you off at Tembo Hotel for dinner and overnight (HB).
Your day at leisure and swim at the Tembo Hotel (HB).
After breakfast, take a half day Stone Town Tour and shopping with Lunch (under your own arrangement) before drop you off at the airport for your flight.
Guide in stone town for stone town tour, Jozani forest and safari blue.
Accommodations during your stay in Zanzibar.
Two meals daily.
Transfer from Stone town to Rasmichamvi
Transfer to/from airport
Tips for your guide
Return flight to Zanzibar
Alcoholic/soft drinks during your stay in Zanzibar
Anything of personal nature
Snorkeling in Zanzibar
Some of the most common species you should expect to see while snorkeling in Zanzibar are butterflyfish, parrotfish, clownfish, boxfish, lionfish, angelfish, stingrays and many more.
Others include turtles, dolphins, lobsters, squids, crabs, nudibranches, starfish cucumbers, sponges, shrimps, sea urchin and the list goes on.
We do get frequent visits from the friendly whale shark that sometimes allows snorkelers to come very close. Despite its name and size it is harmless.
More info about Stone town tour, other snorkeling recommended destinations
The most famous place for snorkelling in Zanzibar is the beautiful Mnemba Atoll Marine Reserve. The area is well known for its fish life and you can expect to see lion fish, moray eels, stingrays and turtles swimming around in the shallows. If you venture further out the reef drops away into a big wall where you will see schools of giant trevally and emperor fish hunting, yellow snappers, barracuda and if you are lucky napoleon fish and turtles. We stay out for about six hours so there is plenty of time for working on your tan too!
The mysterious island of Tumbatu used to be famous in East Africa for its witch doctors. Nowadays its incredible shallow reefs are the centre of attention. These sites come up to the surface and are so well preserved they will blow your mind. Living on these reefs are literally thousands of fish including rare ribbon eels and many others that are so difficult to find elsewhere. The island itself is beautiful and provides excellent photo opportunities on the journey to the snorkeling sites including a lighthouse that is over a hundred years old.
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