In collaboration with our local partner „Kemi Tours & Travel“ we are happy to offer a variety of tours and activities throughout the island.
Find out why Zanzibar is called „Spice Island“, explore the uninhabited islands and sandbanks by boat, or visit the Red Colobus Monkeys at Jozani National Park.
Do you have other plans? Our team will be happy to assist you in organising individual trips to create your unique holiday experiences.

Pungume Island & Barbecue

Experience the beauty of the Indian Ocean on this unique island tour. Combine sunbathing, snorkeling and exploring an uninhabited island with delicious fresh seafood barbecue and a visit to the mangroves around Uzi Island.

Spice Tour

Zanzibar is known for its spices, which is why it is also called the Spice Island. Take some time to get introduced to the spices by smelling, touching and tasting them! Add a local cooking class to your tour, and learn how to prepare some tasty Swahili dishes.

Jambiani Village Tour

Take a walk through Jambiani with our local guide, Abbas. Jambiani is one of the best places on Zanzibar to get an insight view into traditional village life along the coastline. 

Sunset Dhow Sailing

On a traditional wooden dhow with the wind in your sail you will cruise slowly along the shore, watching the setting sun cast gold and amber hues on the east Zanzibar coast.

Low Tide Tour

Low tide is the perfect time to wander around uncovered seabed of the Indian Ocean. The tide uncovers various sea animals like starfish, shells, sea urchins, crabs, and what is special with the beach in Jambiani – you can find various seaweed plantations.

Muungoni Traditional Village

Get a unique insight into the daily life of the Zanzibari people living in the very traditional Muungoni Village. You can learn a lot of the skills locals are using daily, like coconut grinding, hand-weaving, creating coconut rope, and you can even try to wear Khanga dresses. After the village tour, you will sail in a wooden kayak through the beautiful mangrove forest.

Sailing with Captain Zapy

Discover the reef and the corals while snorkeling, try to catch fish the local way, or just sail the ocean with our Captain Zapy, who will take you to the inner reef on his local wooden Ngalawa boat. 

Stone Town City Tour

Take a walk through the labyrinth of the narrow streets and get to know the history of mesmerizing Stone Town. Visit the sights and attend the hectic Darajani Market to feel like a local! You will encounter African, Arab, European and Indian cultures living peacefully together.

Jozani Forest

Jozani Forest is Zanzibar’s first and only national park. It is a home to the Red Colobus Monkeys that you can find during the tour, as well as many butterfly species, birds and bushbabies.

Safari Blue Original

Sail, snorkel, swim, sunbathe, explore, feast, observe, play…

…a Safari Blue day is packed with adventure. Menai Bay is scattered with isolated sandbanks, rugged island scenery, uninhabited islets, pristine marine life and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Explore them on this full day tour.

Chumbe Island Coral Park

Chumbe Island Coral park is one of the world’s most successful eco-tourism projects. There you can learn about the island’s flora and fauna while snorkelling at the reef, walking through the forest or across the intertidal zone. 

Mnemba Snorkeling

Mnemba is an island perfect for ocean activities. Observe the crystal clear water, enjoy a light lunch on the boat and snorkel with the many colourful fish.

Blue Lagoon Snorkeling

Blue Lagoon is a paradise for snorkelers! A variety of reef fish found their home among the colourful and healthy corals in the lagoon. Blue Lagoon is also home to the largest starfish population on Zanzibar! Kindly note, do not touch the starfish or remove them from the water!


Stand Up Paddling

Discover one of the most beautiful, unknown and highly endangered environments of Zanzibar’s South-East coast, which is still only accessible by SUP. Glide along the peaceful water on your board, and enjoy this active tour.

Ethical Dolphin Tour

The shallow coastal waters around Kizimkazi have been favored by dolphins for many years. The area offers a reliable food supply and is a good place to nurse calves or simply rest and socialize.

Prison Island

Take a walk on a beautiful Changuu Island, feed the giant tortoise and explore the prison / quarantine building.