Maybe because of winter weather, maybe because of slightly windy day, our experience with Sailaway Dhow Safari was a little bit deceiving. We were the only couple not going there for diving but just snorkeling, but that is not reason to be ignored and left abandoned in Bazaruto island as if little children who just disturb. We really felt abandoned. No guide to show us the local nature/plants/birds, no interest at all into our well-being. The man in charge of the diving group was Denis from Odyssea Dive, certainly not the most sympathetic man on earth. Also he took a group of ten divers, most of them novices, with only two expert monitors. Bad decision by all means: safety wise more than questionable and also too much people in limited space to dive comfortably. Back to the Sailaway team we had a pasta and fish lunch, but not the "lots of fish" we had been told we would have. It was just OK. And all sailing was motorized, no wind sailing at all. Altogether much below the expectations pointed in the web and print-outs. Thanks God we did not take the two days pack as initially planned because I had not stood calm a second day abandoned in a sandy island.
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