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Overview

Visitors to Zanzibar are usually immediately captivated by the friendliness and warmth of the people. The exotic architecture with its ornate balconies and beautifully carved teak doors captures ones imagination. At least three days are required to obtain the most from a visit to Zanzibar.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day One: Arrival in Zanzibar

Transfer by bus and boat from Moshi to Zanzibar and spend night in a reserved Hotel.

Day Two: Stone Town Tour

This day you do a Stone Town tour where you see the house of wonder, Dr Livingstones House, National Museum, Slave market etc. You also do a spice tour where you visit the places where the famous spices such as cloves, cinnamon, black pepper, cardamon etc are grown.

Evening back to your hotel.

Day Three: Prison Island Excursion

Leave by boat for Prison Island in the morning. Here you will enjoy snorkeling, sunbathing and playing with friendly giant tortoises.

Back to your hotel in the evening.

Day Four: Dolphin Tour & Forest Monkey Excursion

This day you leave your hotel in the morning for the dolphin tour. Here in south coast of Zanzibar you will take a boat and when you locate the dolphins you swim with them.

Take lunch in nearby restaurant. Then after lunch you proceed to Jozani Forest where you view the red colobus monkeys. Then drive back to you hotel for overnight and dinner.

Duration

4 days

Safari Travels To

Zanzibar
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Safari at a Glance

  • Day One: Arrival in Zanzibar
  • Day Two: Stone Town Tour
  • Day Three: Prison Island Excursion
  • Day Four: Dolphin Tour & Forest Monkey Excursion

Start Planning Your Safari Adventure

This is a suggested Tanzania safari itinerary. It can be adapted to suit your own personal needs and preferences, as well as for any seasonal changes or migratory animal movements.
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