Spice Farms

In this tour, you will find out about many spices and fruits that we use in our meals, how they grow, what is it use for, what is it good for…. A guide and an assistant accompanies you during the excursion and you’ll be informed about medicines, cosmetics and different cooking methods.

In general, you will encounter spices and fruits on the tour: Black pepper, Cardamom, Coriander, Cinnamon, Cumin, Carnation, Ginger, Lime, Turmeric, Saffron, Coconut, Pineapple, Banana

Stone Town

Stone Town, the historical and cultural heart of Zanzibar, was taken to the world heritage list by Unesco in 2000. You can easily feel the mix of Indian, European, Arabic and African cultures while you are visiting the city. Darajani Market, House of Wonders, Old Fort, Slave Market, Forodhani Gardens are the main points of this tour.

Prison Island

This small island, real name is Changuu Island, is reached in less than 30 minutes by private boats. This island, used as a slave trade center, is now open to tourists. Witnessing this unfortunate situation until the middle of the 20th century, island was restorated as a hotel and you can feed the giant tortoises and snorkel around the island.

Jozani Forest

The Jozani Forest, right in the middle of Zanzibar, fully meets the notion of virgin forest. It is possible to visit the depths of this vast forest, which has been dominated by trees for years, with a guide. The Red-backed Colobus monkeys, who face the danger of extinction, also live in this forest.

According to the information found on the entrance, tigers walked freely till our recent history. However, due to increased number of tourists on the island and security reasons, tigers were caught and transferred outside the island.


In the small fisherman village of Jambiani, the lifestyle of the local people still retains its originality. In this tour, you can observe how African families spend a day and spend time with children rushing on the street.