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Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park

1,259 Reviews

Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park

1,259 Reviews
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It’s fascinating to explore historic Stone Town—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—but it’s easy to lose your way in the area’s maze-like, narrow streets. To stay oriented and ensure you don’t miss key highlights, join a private guide with deep knowledge of local culture. It’s fully personalized to your preferences, whether you’re shopping for local textiles, interested in history, or learning about Stone Town’s unique architecture.
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Anna C wrote a review Sep 2020
Moscow, Russia50 contributions51 helpful votes
Monkeys are nice, you will see many. I was more charmed by the forest and the mangrove forest. We had a group of 6 people with a guide, the tour was about 40 minutes. Walking among mahogany trees is amazing.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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aureliolorusso wrote a review Aug 2020
ANDRIA ITALY1,035 contributions202 helpful votes
Jozani forest is a so so beatifull place where you can go to see the monkeys,I suggest to go to see the monkeys ans to do a tour in the mangrov forest
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ian W wrote a review Apr 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom166 contributions29 helpful votes
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We did a 1/2 day tour from Pongwe, the 1st thing you have to do is get your ticket, thankfully it was included in the tour and our driver got us in quite quickly but for those that didn't it was quite chaotic. We were gathered into a group by one of the park guides and given an brief introduction talk, then we went into the forest to look for the monkeys. Thankfully it didn't take too long as it was a very hot day and the trees made it quite oppressive. But all that was forgotten when a troupe of them came into view and followed us, or did we follow them, along some of the paths, they were completely unfazed by us and we were able to get quite close to them with worrying them at all. After this we were picked up by our driver and taken to the mangroves for a walk out on the boardwalk, but this was closed for repairs so the guide just gave a talk on the bit we could get onto. Seeing the monkeys is why we went and were glad we did, but there was not much else there so it's a good job you are pretty much guaranteed to see them.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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agrafena wrote a review Mar 2020
Moscow, Russia6 contributions2 helpful votes
We did both dolphin tour with jozani forest from paje beach .the park is very quiet and green, different types of monkeys to see but not allowed to feed them.thanks Erick star for recommending this tour Whatsaap star if Interested for jozani tour +255 624 097 961
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tudman wrote a review Mar 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand46 contributions10 helpful votes
We had our Tima Tours guide with us, who handed us over to a local guide. Heard wonderful information about the Mangroves and their value to the ecology of the world, and then saw the Monkeys up close. great place to visit. Please go.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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