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Situated in Kizimkazi the "Dolphins Village" in the Menay Bay Conservation Area we organize: Dolphin Tours where you will have the opporutnity to swim with them in the open Ocean; Island Tours where you will make snorkelling in the Pungume Island...more
They promised us to see the dolphins, we saw 3, from very far and weren’t allowed swim. Ok but at least postpone
But the worst... the stress for the dolphins
30 boats chasing them.... don’t expect to take your go pro and swim close to...More
We have seen Dolphins at Kizimkazi on a boat. It was really nice, even if there was a lot of boats which were also there to show them to other tourists.
But i advise you this activity, because i won't have maybe the chance to...More
Luckily there were not many boats around, my dream is to swim with the Dolphins oh such beautiful creatures. The captain of the boat, heard about my request and endeavoured to make my dream come true, unfortunately the flippers were 2 sizes too small... I...More
We arrived at 6am to try to be one of the first boats in the water, which we were. We then had to drive around for 2 hours to try to find the dolphins. When we did, there were over 20 boats all around, speeding...More
Well, you do get to see the Dolphins, but seriously? It is full of boats which was terrible, first because I am sure it scares the poor creatures, second because we jump in the water among the boats and to be honest the boat drivers...More
We visited Jambiani in Zanzibar at the beginning of January 2018 and also visited Kizimkazi for a dolphin tour.
Regardless of how early you arrive, there will be masses of boats in the water: We were among the first five boats of the day, but...More
This is NOT a relaxing, fun wildlife excursion. It's a group of boats racing around the ocean hunting down dolphins and as soon as they're spotted everybody jumps off the boat and the dolphins dive because they are petrified. My friend did one of these...More
We were there at 6 am and together with another 5 boats we were looking for dolphins. We saw them, it was beautiful. However, I wouldn' t call it swimming with dolphins, it is very stressful jumping to the water with many other people. We...More
The most beautiful experience of my life! We woke up at 5 am and for the first time on my life this were not a problem:) At 7 am we were already in Kizimkazi ( the south of Zanzibar) -ON THE BOAT. For the very...More
We did not enjoy this, approx 15 small boats 'chasing' after any dolphins spotted, not what we were expecting. We went in july so the wind made the sea very choppy, and didnt swom or snorkel either. I hope the people of zanzibar can find...More