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  • Sabine T
    Riga, Latvia20 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The tour was really amazing! Because of the low season we got a private tour.
    It was a new experience for me to snorkel with fish, but it was really cool. There was no rush we can swim how long as we want. After snorkeling we go to sand bank and chill, take same awesome pictures and eat fruits. Then we go to find dolphins. And we saw them! You can also get in the water and swim with them but they are very fast and when they swim too far you need get back in boat and go find them again. And again jump in water and swim with them. It was amazing but it also was kinda exhausting. After dolphins we go back at the start point and feed turtles.

    The tour was really good, absolutely recommend it, thanks Suleiman and his crew! 🙏🏻
    Written 26 March 2024
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  • bryan k
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had an amazing time on the tour. Got to swim with dolphins, did some snorkeling after and hang out at the beach. Also got to feed some turtles at the aquarium. Such a great experience! My tour guide Mr Beka was punctual and very resourceful . He had a very clean car with great AC. Definitely recommend
    Written 10 January 2024
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  • Shemelle S
    Southall, UK5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was one of my best days in Zanzibar!
    I was picked up from my hotel and taken to a spice farm near Stone Town, where I got to learn about all the different spices that are grown in Zanzibar.
    Then we went into Stonetown to get a boat to prison island, where I saw the giant turtles and had a tour of the prison.
    We then came back to Stone Town for a very informative walking tour and stopped for a traditional Swahili lunch, which was delicious.
    I even got to see the East African slave tour exhibit upon request.
    I was then dropped back to my hotel.
    The tour guide and driver was friendly, informative, polite, patient, helpful, and down to earth.
    I would recommend this tour to all as it is very inclusive and you get to see a large part of West Zanzibar in one day.
    I even got to do some shopping too!
    Written 28 May 2024
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  • Samantha B
    1 contribution
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great tour guides who looked after us well. They stopped to collect fruit on the way for us from a local stall. The driver and guide were always asking if we were happy and ok. The captain of the boat was skilful in the tricky wavy water as well as spotting dolphins for us to jump in and swim near. It was cloudy so the sunset wasn’t great but you can’t help the weather! We still had a great time!
    Written 4 August 2023
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  • Jacek M
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was my first time on Kefalonia (so far I visited Corfu many times, Zakynthos, Cyprus, Rhodos, Crete, Athens, etc..).
    Kefalonia was highly destroyed during 1953 earthquake so do not expect ancient ruins or old towns (some exceptions, see below). Many towns have been rebuilt after 1953, still they have some nice places to go or visit.
    In general, Kefalonia is a very nice, slow-life, slow-speed, place to relax :-), with rather some natural beautiful views than ancient places or live cities (like Corfu capital).
    Here's a list of some of the places I've visited myself and some short description:
    * I stayed at the resort at the Xi beach. Xi beach is long, sandy, sometimes quite narrow (or very narrow if it's windy) but it's one of the best on Kefalonia i my opinion. Shallow warm waters and some natural clay for body :-).
    * Lixouri - some small sleeping with with a great ficus tree in the center of its market in the city center. One small shopping street but even during high season in July/Aug it was rather sleepy and quiet. A couple of restaurants around ficus tree and market to sit down and relax. Rather very quiet town
    You can take a ferry, every half-an hour to transer yourself and family to Argostoli, capital of Kefalonia
    * Argostoli - not that bit as one might expect still lovely capital of Kefalonia. One main shopping street (quite long), closed for cars, with cafes, shops, restaurants. If you want to buy clothes, I would rather suggest Fiskardo at the north of Kefalonia. Argostoli was rebuilt after 1953 so do not expect old ancient houses or ruins. Still have a walk at the port and make sure to come there at around 8-11 to see live Careta turtles ! - they swim right at your foot !
    Enjoy the De Bosset bridge and the views from there.
    * Fiskardo - a small town at the north of the iceland which was not devasted by the earthquake in 1953. Quite busy town, with lots of ships arriving, departing, couple of nice restaurants, and a few boutiqes to buy clothes - reasonable prices (lower than in Argostoli !) and good quality
    Kefalonia has several places with great views and beaches.
    The most famous beach is Mirtos, considered one of the best in the world. Well, definitely the views from the road (especially if you drive along the west cost from south towards Mirtos and further to Fiskardo) are great and spectacular. Keep in mind that Mirtos is not a sandy beach, but with it's white small stones creates spectacular views. Go in the morning to secure your place as it might get crowded during the day.
    Xi beach - I mentioned above, great to come with kids, there are several places to stop there and the white/grey cliffs at the south-west are great and picturesquee. Go to Kounopetra beach or view point to see the full cliffs, or Xi beach to beach right beneath the cliffs
    Personally, I liked the Petani sandy beach. Not very big but quite wide and long with great taverna (the very one at the center of the beach). Pick windy day to enjoy spectactular (even 2m high !) waves to have fun :) !
    Ammos beach - this one is closed because some rocks destroyed some of the 400 steps which led towards the beach. It's similar to Mirtos, fantastic view, looks sandy but there's no way to get to it. You can go by car to the last parking (road is OKish most of the time, except around 50-80m which might be tough for family car) and then enjoy the view from the cliff above.
    The Scala beach is in my opinion overated. Yes, it is sandy, it is wide and very long (3km ?) but it gets deep very fast so not very good for small kids - go to Xi and kids will love it.
    Melissani lake is probably #1 place to visit on Kefalonia. Well, it's a lake which was hidden in the cave. Now the roof is open because part of it collapsed in 1953. Still, crowdy place but definitely give it a try. After probably a long queue (it moves quite fast) you go down thru the stone corridor straight to the lake and the boat. You cruise for around 10-15min and that's it :-).
    Personally I liked more the Drogarati Cave which is just a few km away from the lake. Cave is quite big, with lots of stalagmites and stalacties but no-one is pushing you to move along so you can spend there as much time as you want. It's not that cold inside as some might say. Shorts and t-shirt was fine for a 20-30 min walk around.
    Itaka - we decided to take a boat tour around Itaka to see that corresponding iceland as well. It was a nice day, with 2 stops for swimming and 2 stops in small cities of Itaka.
    Vathy, capital of Itaka is a small town with a nice port and a 3-4 tavernas. Take the steps to the church above the city to see the panorama !
    While crusing around Itaka, it came to light that the iceland does not realy have such great views as Kefalonia. On the other hand, there are no big hotels on Itaka, so you if you want to escape from crowds, people, etc and just read books, it might be a nice place for rest.
    In summary, Kefalonia, appeared to me like a nice place for a family rest. Slow life, some spectacular views, a couple of great beaches, Careta turtles :-), and, if you want some interesting wine (Robola - you can visit a winery not far from the Saint Gerasimos Kefalonia Holly Convent, and taste it for free).
    And you can see the whole iceland from the Ainos top but take better shoes to get to the top (sandals might be risky).
    Written 29 August 2023
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  • kaki k
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    we recently had the most incredible experience with this company, we got a boat at it was Definity worth it, it exceeded all our expectations! from start to finish, the service provided by kiyzo was impeccable. the booking process was seamless, and the staff was extremely helpful and accommodating.

    The boat itself was in pristine condition well maintained and equipped with all the amenities we needed for a comfortable ride. the crew were not only experienced and knowledgeable, but they were also very attentive and took good photos as well as answering all out ongoing questions, making us feel safe and well take care of throughout the trip.

    thank you so much for a wonderful experience. wish we could give you a 10 star
    Written 20 May 2024
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  • YUSSUF M
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Village tour is amazing tour if you like learning about the cultures, heritages and people's jop in the village.
    I booked this tour with Mo and i am glad that i experienced what i basically wanted. I highly recommend this.
    Written 7 November 2023
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  • @Kingbelmonte
    Philippines73 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Mnemba and Paje was worth the trip. The atoll was beautiful. Our guide was ok, helpful and accommodating.

    Time management was a bit off since they were late picking us up; then we waited sometime before we got into the boat; and we waited again for the vehicle after the boat trip. Also on the matter of personal hygiene as one of the staff was smelly and the tour operator must be accountable on this.
    Written 7 February 2023
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  • Adam W
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Decent set of lads sorting out the tour. Very freindly and informative... good laugh. Excelent english. Clean decent vehicle. Nothing was to much trouble.
    Really decent day out.
    The forest is very busy place with loads of tourist. But the lagoon was amazing. Well worth a look if your in zanzibar
    Written 17 September 2023
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  • Muxt Souls
    Zanzibar Island, Tanzania19 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We booked a private tour for visiting Stone Town, from our hotel and we had a private guide and a private car that took us from the hotel on the opposite side of Zanzibar island to visit Stone Town.
    We payed Prison Island, Stone Town, the Slave Exhibition and the transfer by boat together. Stone Town is a jewellery of ancient mixed style architecture, that you can find all over the small narrow streets. The city has something like a special vibe. I saw it that way. We visited the local fruit and fish market and tasted their sweet, creamy baby bananas, and smelled spices also visited The Slaves Exhibition monument and Anglican Church together with Freddy Mercury Museum.
    Over all I recommend to visit with urban tours and Safaris
    Written 21 January 2024
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  • Sz.nitus
    40 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I saw lot of dolphins. I cant swimming white dolphins. The best place to go snorkeling. The sea was soo blue and perfect. The guide (Ismail) is helpful and nice peaple.
    Written 28 November 2023
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  • Anthony
    Sydney, Australia9 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Godfrey and his team were great. We originally wanted a selous day trip however he organised for an alternative to mikumi as selous was no longer available, he was very prompt and helped out on short notice. It was so engaging and we got straight into the action - when we landed within 30 minutes we had seen elephants and even a couple of lions on the hunt. We saw baboons, leapords, giraffes, hippos etc :) special shout out to Alex our tour guide who was very knowledgeable and also Abraham our driver who picked us up from our hotel and back with no issues.
    Written 27 February 2024
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  • TravelWander
    7 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My family enjoyed everything about this trip. Our guide was nice and very knowledgable and the food was great. This private tour id definitely the way to go.
    Written 30 November 2022
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  • Julie G
    Calgary, Canada6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This tour was outstanding from start to finish. Communication was prompt. Pick up was flexible. The driver was excellent. Our guide Levis was friendly and informative. The tour it self was wonderful. We got to experience things you can only dream up. The water was unreal and the boat guide knew all the best spots. Best company in Zanzibar for your tour needs.
    Written 24 June 2023
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