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About Jozani Forest Reserve
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We took a tour through "Colors of Zanzibar" - it was cheaper than booking a taxi and then paying the entrance fees. The driver picked up us from the hotel and brought us back. In the forest the guide was excellent, he explained all the...More
We went for the Jozani National Park tour in combination with the Tortoise Sanctuary. We had the worst experience ever! The entrance fee for the Monkey Forrest was $35 USD, meaning we had high expectations for a listed "HALF DAY TOUR". Upon arrival our park...More
Learnt a lot exploring the Jozani forest. Our tour guide was very knowledgable and shared a lot of information on the medicinal properties of the trees and plants found in the forest. In addition, it was a picturesque experience and spotting the Colobus monkeys was...More
For those of you that are not familiar with tropical forest, the Jozani Forest is a must. Mahagoni, Tik, Coconut trees, unfamiliar insects etc. You can easily come as part of a tour or independently. You will be escorted by one of the local guides....More
We saw many colobus monkeys, giant turtles, cameleons, rock python and gorgeous mangrove forest. It was an incredible experience for me and we had a charming guide.
Both my husband and I loved this reserve. Very well looked after, and it was a treat to see the rare red monkeys. The guide was very pleasant and knowledgeable. It was amazing to see the mangroves which was my very first time. We decides...More
We visited on our way travelling from Nungwi to Stone Town by private transfer. Entrance was US$10 to see the monkeys with a private guide (who also expects a tip). You will walk into the forest and see the monkeys but that is about all...More
We had a hire car, so drove to the forest. In truth the drive was the highlight, the actual forest tour was OK, but not really one to shout about. We arrived, paid $10 each and then hooked up with a guide. We first went...More