Dolphin Tour + Jozani Forest from the coast, Zanzibar

From: 57,23 

Pick up at the customer's hotel from the coast
Full day
On request
Available in: English

Combine 2 great tours in 1 day. Early in the morning we will head to Kizimkazi, on the south coast where we will take a private boat in search of the dolphins. After spending some time with these wonderful mammals, we will do some snorkeling and return to land. After lunch we will head towards the Jozani Forest to see the wonderful nature that surrounds it and its picturesque fauna, among which are the famous Red Colobus monkeys.

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Sold By: Shadows of Africa - EN

What's included

  • Specialized guide.
  • Pick up and transfer from the hotel.


  • 1 person: 149,47 €/each
  • 2 people: 96,86 €/each
  • 3 people: 79,25 €/each
  • 4 people: 70,44 €/each
  • 5 people: 61,64 €/each
  • 6 people: 57,23 €/each

Aditional information

The dolphins can be spotted on a short boat trip. If you are lucky, you can even have a very special experience of the dolphins swimming so close that you could almost touch them. You can also feel the brilliant sensation of swimming with the dolphins, but please don’t expect to touch them, since they are very shy. The village not only offers immense natural reasons for visitation, but also historical and cultural.

In terms of Jozani forest, a natural reserve, lies 35 km South East from Zanzibar City between Chawaka Bay and Uzi Bay.

The only remaining natural forest of Unguja covers an area of 10 square km. The forest, with trees older than 100 years, is the sanctuary for some very interesting animals, including the Red Collobus monkey, the small Zanzibar leopard, blue monkey, chameleon, mongoose, bush baby, tree hyrax, bush pig, civet, and two small antelope species found only on Zanzibar, Zanzibar duiker and sunni.


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