Hundreds of years ago, a tropical forest covered the entire island of Zanzibar. The human action and needs gradually reduced the frontiers of that forest, until deforestation was banned. The remaining part was declared protected nature reserve in 1960 it, known today as the forest of Jozani.
This wonderful, natural and wild space extends from the land of the interior to the coast of Zanzibar, giving the visitor an unforgettable experience framed by the tropical thicket and starring some of the most curious animal species in the world.
The endless beaches of fine white sand and the crystalline waters of the Indian Ocean make Zanzibar an ideal destination to relax and live a real tropical vacation.
This island offers much more active possibilities for fans of water sports. In fact, its geography, its waters and its winds turn it a reference point for Kitesurfing lovers, who know that it has some of the best coasts on the planet to learn or practice Kitesurf.
In today’s post we want to tell you about the Paje beach, one the most beautiful areas of Zanzibar, and also a dream location for many kitesurfers around the world.
Leaving Zanzibar without snorkelling is like going to Paris and missing the Eiffel Tower.
The spellbinding turquoise waters surrounding the island receive thousands of visitors from around the world each year, who consider this enclave as one of the best diving areas in East Africa. The warm waters of the Indian Ocean and the absence of significant currents in the snorkelling areas become mere supplements for the main course: a burst of lush and colourful marine life before your eyes as soon as you dip your head.