4 Days Safari Blue and Beach Holiday in Zanzibar

Day 1:

Arrive in Zanzibar.

Arrival at Zanzibar Airport anytime you will meet us at the airport and pick up with a private transfer to Stone town.

Day 2:

Spice Farms and Stone Town Tour.

Morning after breakfast at 9:30 picked up to spice farm where you can see different types of spice and how they grow up plus tasting the seasonal fruits then will have lunch at spice farm ,then will do stone town tour where you can see historical site ,slave market ,daily market, narrow streets and later shopping.

Day 3:

Safari Blue Tour.

Morning at 7:30 picked up from hotel to fumba village where you will meet your special boat special Guided safari blue tour: It is about visiting three different sand banks and you stop in one of those for Sea food lunch where by later you do snorkeling and having chance of seeing dolphin. It is full day back at 17:30 fumba village and arrives at hotel around 18:30.then back to the hotel.

Day 4:

Departure Day.

Depending on your flight schedule and departure point you will be transferred to the Zanzibar Airport to take a flight back home. If you are flying out of Dar es Salaam or Nairobi, we will arrange a connection flight for you to catch your flight back home.

  • game drives, walking safaris
  • Stone Town and spice plantation
  • Services of the best island guide
  • Palace of Wonders, Slave Market
  • Museum, the Old Fort
  • The historic town of Zanzibar
  • Pool and exclusive beach
  • Diving and snorkeling session
  • Swimming and Relaxing on Beach
  • Museum and the Old Fort
  • snorkel in the marine park
  • nice bath in the natural pool
  • Transport in a 4WD safari car
  • Chance to see red colobus monkeys
  • Safari Blue and use of snorkeling

Zanzibar Islands

Zanzibar is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean 22 miles (35km) off the coast of East Africa, of numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, sometimes informally referred to as ‘Zanzibar’), and Pemba Island. The archipelago was once the separate state of Zanzibar, which united with Tanganyika to form Tanzania (derived from the two names), and still enjoys a high degree of autonomy within the union. The capital of Zanzibar, located on the island of Unguja, is Zanzibar City. The city’s old quarter, known as Stone Town, is a World Heritage Site.

Zanzibar’s main industries are spices (which include cloves,nutmeg, cinnamonand pepper), raffia, and tourism. Zanzibar is also the home of the endemic Zanzibar Red Colobus and the elusive Zanzibar Leopard. Apart from tourism, the other economic activity in Zanzibar is spice growing. In fact, the island is sometimes fondly referred to as The Spice Island due to its cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and black pepper.

January to March: This is best time for Mountain Trekking safari in Tanzania also in late January to February is the best time to see the calving in the southern Serengeti. This is an excellent time to see predator action. calving season usually occurs January to March in Tanzania's southern plains. This is an incredible time to be in the Serengeti, with thousands of calves being born every day, and thanks to the short-grass plains the riveting predator action in clear view.

March to June: In late March and April continues the long rainy season , sees plenty of clouds and rain throughout. Southern and western parks have the highest humidity during the rainy season so can become somewhat uncomfortable.  Despite the rains, this season can be some people’s favourite time to visit Tanzania for safaris. The parks are often devoid of other travellers yet full of animals making the most of the abundant water supplies.  On late may sees the start of the best season to visit all areas of Tanzania. The dry season begins and clear skies and sunshine perpetuate.

June to September: July to October are best in the Central Serengeti after the herds of wildebeest have passed through. animals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes and rivers and there is less vegetation. Wildebeest and zebra may start heading back south from Kenya and crossing the Masai Mara between September and October (depending on water levels and rainfall) . Also in Lake Tanganyika is at its warmest at this time of year and with Mahale still being fully accessible it is a great time to see the chimpanzees and get to know BigBird the pelican at Greystoke Mahale.

September to December: In 0ctobar to December is supposed to be the start of the short rains (mvuli) period across Tanzania but this does vary depending on where you want to travel. Generally speaking the northern parks are good for game year-round and although the Serengeti receives rain, this subsequently means the wildebeest will be moving south across the plains to make the most of this moisture. Tanzania is very popular over Christmas and New Year so it is important to book well in advance to secure the parks and accommodation you want. This also means that lodges charge peak season prices and there will be numerous safari vehicles around when out on game drives.

Total Safari Cost: $2,200