Snorkelingn Tour



White sand, turquoise blue water, and swaying coconut trees: Zanzibar archipelago, just off the African coast, is a tropical paradise. Its coastline, although overcrowded in some areas, offers good snorkeling, both from the beach and on the surrounding islets. Multicolored starfish, clownfish, butterflyfish, moray eels, and surgeonfish are particularly easy to spot in the island’s shallow waters.

Zanzibar archipelago is made of three main islands: Mafia, Unguja -generally called Zanzibar- and Pemba, as well as numerous islets and reefs, most of them uninhabited. The three main islands are located between 20 and 50 kilometers from the mainland. Their crystal clear waters, white-sand beaches, and coral reefs make them one of the very best snorkeling destinations in Africa.