Safari Blue Overview
Safari Blue explores the Menai Bay Conservation Area, which is home to two different species of dolphins, the Indo-pacific humpback and the bottlenose. We are lucky enough to see dolphins on 85% of our excursions. MenaiBay has been designated as a Conservation Area since 1998 due to its outstanding natural beauty. The bay has a number of pristine sandbanks, naturally carved by the sea, wind and waves. The sandbanks and uninhabited islands that litter the bay are perfect stepping stones to explore the area. Join the crew for a sail on an “ngalawa”- a local canoe with outriggers which has been carved from a single mango tree.
The Activities In Safari Blue Exploration
Mangrove Lagoon Explore the mangrove lagoon hidden inside Kwale Island.
Baobab Tree Climb the tree and get a great view from the top! If lucky you’ll find massive coconut crabs living inside its hollow trunk.
Sandbank Explore safe snorkeling and enjoy relaxation under the shade. More snorkeling on a dedicated snorkeling trip.
Dolphins See dolphins on 90% of our water excursion (Indo-Pacific Humpback and the Bottle-nose dolphins). See more dolphins on a dedicated Dolphin Tour.
Seafood Lunch Served at our desert island restaurant, includes a delicious Zanzibari seafood lunch with grilled fish and slipper lobster, gastronomic fruit tasting, coffee and Amarula. Please note: Safari Blue is a sharing trip at the tour place in Fumba, you will be sharing a boat and all other activities with other tourists there, but private transport from your hotel to Fumba and back.
|ITINERARY BASICS: SAFARI BLUE ZANZIBAR|
|Schedule:||09:00 – 17:00 (fixed time)|
|Begins:||Fumba, South West|
|Ends:||Fumba, South West|
|Popular for:||Snorkeling, sandbank & seafood lunch|
Menai Bay Conservation fee
Snorkeling gear (mask & flippers)
Transport waiting charge
1L bottle of mineral water