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Kuza Cave offers a unique experience for adventurous nature-lovers. At the base of the cave there is a crystal clear pool formed by a subterranean river. The water is cold but refreshing! The area is a wildlife sanctuary for dozens of Monkeys...more
Nothing but you, the pure water and pala palas inside the cave. Water felt very healing and restorative. We had tea and an impromptu drumming session after with the local bar boys and can firmly say we had a nice run-down of the culture. Must...More
We were recommended as a short trip visiting Kuza caves.
The cave system didn’t disappoint.
We were greeted by a very informative local guide who was very passionate about the caves and the local community and he certainly had good knowledge on the subject.
Hidden away but not too far away are the Kuza caves in Jambiani. While Zanzibar is littered with caves these are special since one can swim all day long (with supervision). The waters are blue blue blue! Take some time to discover some of the...More
Kuza Cave is a magical place with wonderful people running the place. It is much more than a cave alone; Nathalie gave us a very interesting history of the cave and its relevance for archeology and anthropology. Knowing the cave’s history and importance made swimming...More
Very much lika the Yucatan peninsulas ”cenotes”, this freshwater limestone/coral stone cave is well worth the visit and swim. Although the facilities are not quite adapted to those with reduced mobility: for families an excellent adventure. The visit is at 15usd/person which sounds high, until...More
usual $10 to get in. bit expensive for this I think. its very small pool to swim in. lovely water. got bit with the wee fresh water prawns tho. got a bit of an explanation from the staff. worth a visit. but you won't be...More
Swimming in these caves is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever done! Crystal clear water and not too cold. Bring a snorkel&mask! The cafe and information is nice but up&coming - was great to see it rustic and I’m sure it will be...More