Set like a jewel in tranquil, coral-filled waters, Zanzibar is a fertile and luxuriant paradise. The mystery of Stone Town and the beauty of its landscapes will enchant you. With the aroma of exotic spices filling the air and long, white sandy beaches bordering crystalline lagoons, a stay on this unique island is the perfect way to round of the trip of a lifetime.
This excursion takes in some magnificent gardens where you will see rare species' of plants which are only found on the island, spices such as vanilla, nutmeg, and cloves, as well as medicinal and ornamental plants. You will be able to taste a variety of tropical fruits including some that are unique to the island. This is followed by a visit to the Persian Baths of Kadichi, built in 1850 by the first sultan for his wife, Sheherezade.

Once you start wandering through the streets of Stone Town, it won’t be long until you understand why this town was named a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The town has changed very little in 200 years. It has retained its charm through its winding alleys, bustling bazaars and its wonderful architecture, to be seen in the brass-studded, carved wooden doors. There is much to see and do in this magical town. You can simply meander through the streets or visit the market, Livingstone’s house, the Peace Memorial Museum – a testament to Zanzibar’s history – or the Palace Museum.

This natural forest is located in a protected reserve. As well as the unique Kirk's colobus monkey, there are also Sykes monkeys, bushbabies, duikers, hyraxes, possibly the rare Zanzibar leopard, over 50 species of butterfly and 40 species of birds. There is a visitor’s centre on the main road South.