What is better than a combination being in the nature and on the beach? Probably nothing. That’s why we want to offer you a day where we are heading to find out why is Zanzibar called “The island of spices” and to enjoy beautiful beaches on island.

* Why not visit one of many Spice Farms while in Zanzibar. After all it’s called “The Island of Spices”. We will share a bit of history with you while on tour, as spice trade was a very lucrative commodity centuries back. Spices were known as luxury goods for Europeans back in those days, and as they found suitable land for cultivating cloves, ginger, nutmeg, cardamom, vanilla, pepper, turmeric, lemongrass and many more. This made Zanzibar one of the richest islands of that time. By visiting one of the biggest, state owned farms in Kizimbani village, our guide will also explain to you how some spices are grown, processed and being used in nutrition, medicine and cosmetics. They will make you be the queen or the king of the jungle with nicest coconut and banana leaves jewelry. You will meet the fastest climber of the coconut palm and try some of delicious fruits of Zanzibar such as jack fruit, durian, star fruit, soursop, orange, pineapple, papaya, mango and many more depending of the season. Also, if you want to improve your cooking skills – the good quality spices that could help you in it, you can buy on this spice farm.

*Kendwa is the village on the north of the island with wide and long white sand beach, which even CNN one year listed amongst the most beautiful beaches in the whole world.


*Paje is the village on the east coast of Zanzibar with one of the most exotic white sand beaches on island. As it is always windy there, sky gets the color of kite surfers! As on the east coast difference between low and hide tide is quite big, for the better experience schedule of the trip is flexible (ex. Paje then Spice Farm or opposite).

Inclusions: Licensed guide, transportation (car or bus), spice farm fee, fresh fruit

Exclusions: Tips for spice farm staff, individual expenses

Duration: 9 hours

Spice Farm, Kendwa/Paje beach Gallery