The Spice Tour takes you out of town to see large plantations with varieties of spices: ginger, cinnamon, black pepper and cloves. Spices are used for traditional medicines, modern medicines and cosmetics. Spices are also used for food (tea and rice). You can't wait to get a nice aroma and the taste from these special spices of the great island of Zanzibar.
JOZANI FOREST: There are fewer animals in Zanzibar compared to the number of different species of fish and other sea living things. The Jozani forest which is situated southeast of Stone Town is a life supporting source for Red Monkeys, small bucks and bush pigs. There is natural vegetation and different types of trees.
SUNSET CRUISE: After a very long day around the Island you can have a rest while sailing along the coast of the white sand beaches. Normally, it is done during the sunset when the ocean radiates its red colour shade which makes it very attractive to view.
LANGUAGE: The common language that unites over 120 tribes in Tanzania is "Swahili" which was selected by our first President J.K. Nyerere after independence as the National language. This language is believed to have originated from this Island as most of its words are formulated from the Arabic and tribal languages. English is the second language in Tanzania.
CLIMATE: The climate of Zanzibar is tropical which offers two rainy seasons. The long rains from March to early June and short rains from October through November. Zanzibar is hot during the day and this is suitable for divers and swimmers. Evenings are cooled with a breeze from the India Ocean.
INFRASTRUCTURE: Developed by the tourism industry Zanzibar has all the necessary facilities such as luxurious hotels and lodges for comfortable accommodation, domestic flights including the ZanAir, Precision Air and Air Excel, flying doctors, surfing internet cafes, express boats to Dar - es - salaam, sea port and many more.