Zanzibar City

Ethical Dolphin Tour


Explore Zanzibar through its beautiful nature & wildlife.


This tour is operated in accordance with nature and respect for animals.


Enjoy a fresh picnic on a beautiful island as a part of the tour.

In Co-Operation with African Impact Foundation

Ethical Dolphin Tour with Picnic on Invisible Island

This Zanzibar dolphin tour is designed to operate in harmony with nature. Our boat captains are specially trained to operate ethically and respectfully toward wildlife. Since we cannot guarantee that you’ll see dolphins (no one can!), we make sure you’ll enjoy your day by including a picnic on Invisible Island and snorkeling in the nearby coral reefs.


See dolphins in

their natural habitat

A dolphin safari offers you the experience of a lifetime: a chance to see dolphins in their natural habitat and even swim with them if conditions allow!

The shoreline of Kizimkazi, a local fishing village, is home to several pods of humpback and bottlenose dolphins. The dolphins are officially protected by the 420 km2 Menai Bay Conservation Area, which was set up in 1997 to stop the rapid depletion of fish stocks.

You’ll get to snorkel in the coral reef, enjoy a picnic lunch on Invisible Island, and soak up the beauty of the Indian Ocean.

Note: This tour does not lure or trap dolphins in any way. They are free animals, and we need to respect that. Your chance of seeing dolphins is around 80%.


Book Your Ethical Dolphin Tour in Zanzibar



100 USD per person


4 Hours


Private boat trip



  • Transfer from Stone Town or the east coast
  • Professional local guide
  • Trained boat driver
  • Menai Bay entrance fees
  • Snorkel equipment
  • Lunch on the Invisible Island


Transfer from northern Zanzibar (Kendwa, Nungwi, Matemwe) – 100 USD per car (up to 5 pax).



Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit, sunscreen, and a beach towel.

If you have your own snorkeling gear feel free to bring it along.

The tour starts early in the morning – your pick-up time is 6:00 to reach Kizimkazi around 6:30.

NOTE: To swim with the dolphins you need to be a strong swimmer.