East Africa Students Group 6 Nights/7 Days

  • Visit: Zanzibar Island
  • Tour Date: Your choice

7 Days / 6 Nights

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  • Places we can visit;
  • House of Wonder
  • Old Fort
  • Hamamni Baths (Persian Baths)
  • Slave Market
  • Mize wa Mize Cave
  • Jozani Forest
  • Prison Island
  • Maruhubi Ruins
  • Spice Farms
  • Slave Cave and Slave Chamber
  • Kwale Island (Ocen Adventure)
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  • Booking and Cancellation Policy
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Day 1: Arriving in Zanzibar

Meet and greet with Zanziquest Team at ferry port. You will be taken to your hotel in Stone town. The group will spend the day resting and relaxing.

Day 2: Stone Town tour and Prison Island Tour

Stone town is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, after breakfast, we will start exploring the little town by walking through its narrow streets and learn about the history and unique culture. After that, we will spend the rest of the day on Prison Island, where you will see the endangered giant tortoise and learn the history of the Island. Then we can just relax on the white sand beach of Prison Island and swim

Day 3: Dolphin Tour and Jozani Forest

Early morning, after breakfast (will be served earlier), we will go to Kizimkazi Village, we will take a boat and go out and look for the dolphins. Once we spot them, we stop by and we can jump in and swim with the dolphins. After we finish having fun with dolphins, it is time to visit Jozani Forest. Learn and take pictures with Zanzibar Red Colobus and learn about the Fauna. The Colobus are endagered species and they can only be found in Zanzibar.

Day 4: A day to relax and rest.

After the busy days, on this day, it is better to relax and freely enjoy roaming around

Day 5: Spice farm, Slave cave and slave chamber

After breakfast, we will start our trip by stopping at the spice farms and learn the different species and taste some. Then we will go to Mangapwani Village and go inside a Cave, to make it more adventurous, there is a passage in the cave that get you our from the other side. Then we will go to see slave chamber and learn about its history. We will end the day in Nungwi beach and then return back to town.

Day 6: A full day Ocean Adventure

What is a better way to end your visit than going on an Ocean Adventure? After breakfast, we will go to Fumba village and take on a boat to start the most talked about sea adventure on the island. We will stop by the sandbank, relax and swim and will be served with fresh fruits. After a short while, we will go on a snorkeling spot, you can jump in water and explore the corals. We will then have our Sea Food BBQ lunch on Kwale Island. After our delicious Lunch, we will go and see the oldest baoba tree on the island (400 years old) that has fallen but still giving fruits, climb and take pictures with it, and from top seaa the greenery of the island. Depending on the tide, we will then go to a hidden lagoon, we will stop here and those who still want to enjoy the ocean can jump in and swim. Around 4:30 pm, we will start heading back to the main island, if the wind permits, we will be sailing but if not, we will use boat machine to propel us.

Day 7: Departure day

After breakfast, we will take the group to the ferry port, each will be given their ticket and start boarding the ferry back to Dar Es Salaam.


  • A minimum of 25 Students is required.
  • Booking must be made 45 days prior to arrival date
  • 50% of the total amount will be required 30 days before arrival date, the remaining balance will be required 10 days before arrival date
  • Free cancellation 30 days before arrival date
  • Package includes ferry ticket go and return.
  • Accommodation in hostels
  • Transport to all mentioned places and entrance fees.
  • Participants are required to take their IDs which can be used to get ferry ticket and allowed to enter the ferry port.
  • 1 Male and 1 Female teacher will be given a complimentary visit, they will ensure that students on trip follow the protocols laid out by the school management.
  • Some other places not mentioned in the itinerary, but they are available upon request. Those mentioned are the most visited places.