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Super Zanzi (3-IN-1): Prison, Vanishing Isle, Stone Town - Zanzibar

Super Zanzi (3-IN-1): Prison, Vanishing Isle, Stone Town - Zanzibar

You will visit the famous prison island, which has many other names. Feed and take a photo with giant turtles Visit the old prison and the former quarantine zone Relax on the beautiful beach and enjoy the clear waters Have lunch on the island of Nakuppend, which is also called the "Vanishing" Take a walk with a guide around Stone Town See important sights of the capital Zanzibar
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$112.83
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$112.83
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Bagamoyo day trip tour

Bagamoyo day trip tour

Strolling through BagamoyoÔÇÖs narrow, unpaved streets takes you back to the mid-19th century, when the town was one of the most important settlements along the East African coast and the terminus of the trade caravan route linking Lake Tanganyika with the sea. Slaves, ivory, salt and copra were unloaded here before being shipped to Zanzibar Island and elsewhere, and many European explorers, including Richard Burton, Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone, began and ended their trips here. In 1868 French missionaries established Freedom Village at Bagamoyo as a shelter for ransomed slaves, and for the remainder of the century the town served as a way station for missionaries travelling from Zanzibar Island to the interior.
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  • 1 day 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$350.00
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Dolphin Tour & Jozany Forest - Zanzibar

Dolphin Tour & Jozany Forest - Zanzibar

Enjoy Dolphin watching from the boat with a bit of luck you might be able to Swim and play with the Dolphins in the open water. Then, Visit The Jozani's virgin forest where you can watch rare Red Colobus monkey's endemic to Zanzibar.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$130.00
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$130.00
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Josani Forest & Dolphin Tour Snorkeling Sea trip Hals Day - Zanzibar

Josani Forest & Dolphin Tour Snorkeling Sea trip Hals Day - Zanzibar

Tour to the extreme south of Zanzibar, see dolphins and with a bit of luck you may play and swim with them. For one hour. Needs: swimming costumes, T-shirt, plastic shoes/slippers, towels and sunscreen. After the dolphins, go diving into the dense green forest in the heart of the most savage place on the island to explore the small village called Mchangani, going deeper into the forest of Jozani surrounded by lush tropical vegetation in search of the famous monkey- the red Colubus, the symbol fauna of Zanzibar. Needs: long trousers, sports shoes, a cover for shoulders and knees, sun cream and mosquito repellent.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$130.00
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From
$130.00
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