Your program will start in the morning as soon as you finish your breakfast at 9:30 am with the visit to Jambiani fishing village south of the island, You will be picked up from the hotel by our driver ready to explore the caves (Kuza Cave) in Jambiani, East Coast Zanzibar offers a unique experience for adventurous nature-lovers, snorkelers, divers, and people interested in Swahili Culture.
The cave is a 50 meter round sinkhole in the middle of a small jungle in Jambiani, East Coast Zanzibar. Cross a small bridge and walk down a few stairs to enter an underground oasis. The circular shape of the cave is a result of over 250,000 years of rainwater eroding the limestone. A large natural rock sculpture in the shape of an elephant is used by locals as an altar to make offerings to the spirits who live in the cave and request their support. The cave is accessible by a few stairs and wooden decking so people with a general fitness level can enjoy this hidden wonder tucked away in the tropical jungle of Jambiani.
At the base of the cave, there is a crystal clear pool made from seepage from the underground water table and subterranean rivers. The fresh (sweet) water is cold but refreshing! Dozens of Red Colobus, Vervet, and Skye Monkeys visit the cave every few days. There are excellent photo opportunities
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