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If you are fascinated about kitesurfing, then Zanzibar is the destination for you! This kitesurfing camp is for beginners who wants to fully learn all the skills of the sport and become independent. Professional and qualified instructors will teach you the basics of kitesurfing in beautiful warm turquoise water Zanzibar is known for. Throughout the week, you will be wishing you could stay in this tropical paradise forever.
Airport transfer available:
Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (US$35 per person)
Uhuru Beach Resort has 17 sea-facing bungalows situated right on the beach. All rooms are no more than 10 meters away from the sea. Each bungalow has its own small terrace or patio, where you can sit and enjoy the spectacular views of the Indian Ocean.
The rooms all have their own bathroom, mosquito nets, and fans. You can choose between a single and a double room. The resort has a rooftop lounge, bar, and also a bar on the beach serving food all day.
For over three days, you will have two or three hours per day instruction for one or two people. On the first day, you will learn about how to pilot the kite and the basic handling skills for later on. The second day consists of dragging your body through the water learning and understanding how to use the power properly and how it affects you and when and how it pulls. On the third day, all the skills come together with the board to get you up and away cruising across the water.
You will be staying at Uhuru Beach Resort in Jambiani, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Jambiani, a small village just a 10-minute taxi ride south of Paje, boasts the same magical conditions but with none of the people.
There are many lagoons, small and big, all perfect for kitesurfing. The village is a lot quieter and less touristy than Paje, as it is a fishing village. As a result, there is a maximum of 30 kites in the air and in some lagoons, there are none at all.
Daily continental breakfast is included in this holiday. For the rest of the day, there are bar snacks such as sandwiches and other good after-kite food available. There is also an onsite restaurant that serves fine, local cuisine, and international food.
Diving lessons with a Padi diving school can be arranged.
See the dolphins in the early morning. This trip sets off for Kizimakazi, home to the bottlenose and spinner dolphins, and sails out to open water, where you can swim with them. You will also go snorkeling and have breakfast enjoying the view over Kizimakazi.
You can go fishing with a local fisherman or on a specific fishing trip. On your return, you can barbecue what you fished or have someone cook it for you.
The caves are best explored by bike. About two kilometers inland from Mfumbwi end, the trip takes you across rocky roads to the caves, which were used for worshiping. The cost of this tour is 20 USD per person and includes bike rental and entry fees.
A trip to Jozani, the only remaining natural forest on Unguja Island, where you will see the red colobus monkeys and large, exotic trees. Follow the boardwalk nature trail in the mangrove area and see other species of wildlife and extensive bird life.
Discover one of the most beautiful, unknown, and highly endangered environments of Zanzibar, which is only accessible by SUP. You will have a full body workout without even noticing. Depending on the tide, you can also enjoy this tour during sunset.
On a daladala, you are taken to a beach near Kae Funk, where a barbecue and a bonfire are lit up. Live music can be provided on request. The cost is 25 USD per person for groups of six persons or less and 20 USD per person for groups of 10 persons or more. It includes transfer and lots of food. Drinks are not included.
This half-day trip takes you to the small village of Mtende, south of Makunduchi. A tour through the local village and caves is offered, as well as a lunch cooked by locals. Afterward, you are taken to the abandoned beach hotel, which offers a unique and off-the-beaten-track view of Zanzibar with its mysterious atmosphere.
The cost is 45 USD per person, for a group of maximum three persons, 40 USD if there are more than four persons. The tour includes taxi ride to and from, guiding fees, village development contribution, and local lunch.
A full-day tour starting from the fishing village of Fumba, sailing on a dhow in this conservation area, where there are uninhabited islands and sandbanks. The bay is frequented by humpback and bottlenose dolphins. In August and September, it is also possible to see whales.
During the trip, you will be able to swim and snorkel off the pristine white sandbank into the crystal clear water seeing coral reef and tropical fish. Fresh coconuts and snakes are available throughout the day and a fresh fish lunch on a desert island returning to Fumba with the full splendor of an African sunset.
You cannot miss snorkeling at the Blue Lagoon in Dongwe village, which is known for its crystal clear, turquoise water and marine life. The cost is 35 USD per person. The time varies according to the tides, but the minimum duration is two hours and 30 minutes.
A three-to-six meters lagoon inside the reef is just 20 minutes away by boat from Paje. The reef crest, encompassing a spectacular array of hard corals, is shallow. Snorkelers can see all the wonders of the underwater world that are normally only accessible to divers.
Paje is known for its seaweed farming and the group of women, the mamas, that collect the seaweed and can be seen most days working on the farms. The seaweed center develops supportive partnerships with local organic farmers, beekeepers, and local cooperatives to secure livelihoods.
During the tour, you will learn to make natural beauty products from raw seaweed, immerse yourself in local culture, harvest and plant seaweed with the mamas, visit the herb garden of African shrubs and plants, be pampered with a traditional Zanzibari welcome, and enjoy fresh seaweed juice.
This half-day tour will show you why Zanzibar is known for its spices. This trip takes you to a spice farm, where you will see everything from jackfruit to coconuts and spices, such as turmeric, nutmeg, cinnamon, and lemongrass. Taste the exotic fruits and come back to Uhuru to learn how to cook with your spices.
Stone Town is the old quarter of Zanzibar town and a world heritage site. Take a guided tour of this city and wander around the markets, bustling streets, museums, and slave market. Discover the story behind the Zanzibar doors and have lunch in a rooftop restaurant, enjoying the views over the town or visit the Forozani gardens to taste the excellent street food.
Take a traditional dhow boat and go sailing or snorkeling. The boat offers a variety of tours.
Take a 30-minute boat trip to Tumbatu, in the north-east of Zanzibar and populated by 12,000 people living an isolated life. The entire island runs on solar power. Written permission must be obtained to enter the island, but it is a chance to experience something very authentic.
The Mgana men play the drums and read your signs telling you your future. A walk around the island cultural farming and fisheries can be seen a chance to swim in the crystal water and enjoy a traditional lunch.
There are daily Hatha and Vinyasa yoga classes on the platform facing the ocean, with a Yoga Alliance 200-hour certified teacher. Come to relax, rejuvenate, and breathe.
There are several treatments available at the resort at an extra cost, such as massage, manicure, pedicure, hot stone treatment, henna tattoos, and hair braiding.
Please book your flight to arrive at Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request for 35 USD per person. Car and bike rental are also available upon request.
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