Things to do

Zanzibar has much to offer if you want to explore more. Take a tour into the UNESCO World heritage site Stone Town and walk among the busy and vibrant heritage areas, fish and vegetable markets and gardens; see the House of Wonders, the Museum, old Fort, or just relax in one of the coffee shops to watch the world go by. At sunset, the seafront Forodhani Park turns into a meeting place for Stone Towners who gather here to exercise, eat and socialise.
The island is covered with lush vegetation and is home for a variety of birds and animals, including the indigenous Red Colobus monkey, best spotted in Jozani Forest which has a monkey population of 3500.
Just 15 minutes drive from our villa, lies Kizimkazi – one of the world’s best dolphin spotting areas. The dolphins come here to breed and rest; there is every possibility you will experience a close encounter with these friendly animals in their natural habitat.
If you are a little more adventurous we suggest you jump on board of one of the local ngarawas, (wood catamaran), frequently used by fishermen. The sailing experience might be enough, but you can also go snorkelling to the corals inside the reef.