So you’ve just experienced a safari of a lifetime, ticked off the big beasts of the African bush, gained an appreciation for the lesser-known creatures, become far too used to your morning wake-up calls with coffee and cookies, and it’s now time for some rest and relaxation on Zanzibar… only you can’t help but feel that you’re leaving a little bit of the adventure behind. Well, just because there’s no open-sided game-viewer insight doesn’t mean that the adventure’s ended.
The Indian Ocean houses some of the world’s most beautiful and diverse dive sites. Whether you’re a seasoned diver or fancy just trying it out for the first time (prepare for an expensive hobby), Zanzibar’s Archipelago is going to offer you something spectacular:
South coast of Zanzibar
Specifically within an area known as Kizimkazi, the south coast of Zanzibar is best known for its dolphin population. There are also some excellent shark sightings…