Safari Blue

Safari Blue

Great Days out in Zanzibar since 1996, The original and the best, Safari Blue is a full day excursion on locally made traditional sailing dhows. Safari Blue starts from the fishing village of Fumba,30 minutes drive from Stone Town.

Fumba is situated in the Southwest corner of the Island and is an ideal starting point to explore Mania Bay, officially designated a Conversation Area in 1998.The Bay has a number of beautiful uninhabited Islands and sandbanks and is frequented by humpback and bottlenose dolphins. On arrival at Fumba, Clients are given a briefing on Safari Blue and a life jacket demo. We then board the dhows and set off to explore the bay and spot the dolphins. We are lucky enough to see dolphins on at least 90% of our trips.

Later in the morning we drop anchor by a sandbank where we set up sunshades and fit our clients with snorkeling equipment. We have a large range of sizes and high quality equipment.
Safari Blue guides, who can safely lead the snorkeling session and show points of interest, accompany our Clients, for beginners or less confident swimmers, We have inflatable snorkeling vests and our guides are always on hand to teach and assist. After snorkeling we offer fresh green coconuts(madafu) and serve some delicious snacks before we move to our desert Island restaurant located beneath the shade of large tamarind trees on Kwale Island.

Lunch is a traditional Zanzibari buffet and includes slipper lobster, calamari, chicken or beef, rice and freshly-made sauces-all served hot from the grill. A gastronic fruit tasting follows with a selection of between 10 and 15 different tropical fruits. Cold drinks are available thought the day and includes mineral water, homemade iced tea, soda and beer. Coffee and Amarula liqueur are also served after lunch.

Safari Blue includes a visit to beautiful mangrove lagoon to swim through a mangrove forest(tide permitting).We also offer the chance to join our crew and sail in an “ngalawa”, a local outrigger canoe. Our traditional dhows return by sail arriving back in Fumba by about 17hours.

Why Visit Zanzibar?

Zanzibar is an island with the population of 1.5 millions which is dominant Muslim, apart from Islamic religion in Zanzibar but 4 percent Christians and 1 percent is Hindu mean while people still working together and helping one another.

As you are planning visit Zanzibar there the kind of thing to do, which basically divide into two form are educational and funny ones Let us dive in educational thing like.