Blue Safari Zanzibar - Day Boat Trip
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Duration - 8 hours
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Cancellation Policy Standard Cancellation Policy means that:
If you cancel this tour booking at least 14 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 13 and 3 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee charged from the paid deposit.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, or don’t show up at the meeting point on time there is a 100 percent cancellation fee charged from the paid deposit.Standard
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Some tours or Activities doesn't require the guide and have a pilots, instructors or simply provider's team member who take care of you along the tour. In this case it's marked as "Not Guided" tour, because it doesn't require a professional tour guide.Language: English
We pick you up right from your Hotel in Zanzibar City. If you are located in a different part of the island, please come to any bigger Hotel in Zanzibar city to have pick-up from there.
Blue Safari Zanzibar - sandbanks, dolphins (not guaranteed), white sand beaches, snorkeling, seafood BBQ Lunch! This is all that you can expect from the Blue Safari experience. Leave in the morning, and arrive at exclusive sandbanks, but before you arrive here, get lucky to see dolphins!
- Relax on the beautiful clear sandbanks!
- Admire colorful marine life while snorkeling!
- Enjoy delicious Sea Food BBQ lunch!
- Discover hidden Mangrove Lagoon!
- Have a boat trip on a traditional dhow!
Blue Safari Zanzibar
Book the Blue Safari Zanzibar day boat trip combining different relaxing activities to let yourself a day right form a paradise. Leave in the morning, and arrive at exclusive sandbanks, but before you arrive here, why not take some pictures of dolphins! As you arrive at the sandbanks, relax and enjoy the sun and swim in the magnificent clear water. Then go for a round of snorkeling and view the coral reefs below as well as different species of fishes such as the zebra fishes.
The journey continues to Kwale Island where you can visit the mysterious Baobab Tree, a tree that fell long ago but continues to grow leaves and give fruits. As lunch approaches, enjoy the delicious seafood BBQ. Specially prepared seafood that will leave your stomach wanting more and more. With the Blue Safari Zanzibar trip, you will then be able to swim on the beach, relax on the sandy shores, or explore the culture of Zanzibar by purchasing great memorabilia.
- Transfer from and to the hotel of your stay.
- Conservation fee.
- Boat fee.
- Snorkeling mask and fins.
- Soft drinks.
- Seafood BBQ lunch.
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Blue Safari Zanzibar - Day Boat Trip duration is 8 hours.Book Blue Safari Zanzibar - Day Boat Trip now just with Booking Deposit on TripsPoint
You can book Blue Safari Zanzibar - Day Boat Trip at least in 2 days. Check availability calendar in "Book Now" form to see currently available dates.Book Blue Safari Zanzibar - Day Boat Trip now just with Booking Deposit on TripsPoint
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