Quads are departing at 9h in the morning or 13h in the afternoon. Guests will self drive their quad bikes for 4 hours. The price is per quad regardless if is ridden by 1 or 2 passengers. Your domestic driving licence is required.
We begin the authentic naturalistic quad tour in the central part of Zanzibar: Kinyasini and Pwani Mchangani area.
The tour starts from Kairo (Kiwengwa)
We slowly drive on the main road between fishermen houses and local activities up to Pwani Mchangani for the first stop at the main square (cross junction) where it’s possible buy some gifts for the local community (Ex. rice, food or school stationeries).
We then proceed to Kinyasini village driving through the typical village of Kandwi and its beautiful rice fields where we stop to let our guide explain the economy of the island and give information about the natural aspects of the area.
We’ll then arrive at the local mud houses where we’ll get to know different traditions and cultures surrounded by the youngest members of the community and their shining smiles.
We head back to Pwani Mchangani area: driving through fishermen villages with houses made of coral, visiting the local fish market (Soko la Samaki) and then last stop at Waikiki for some refreshments.
The tour ends with the drive back to Kiwengwa.
From Jambiani village where we begin the authentic cultural quad tours in the southern part of Zanzibar: Makunduchi area, village of Hadumu.
The tour starts from Jambiani (Kichakanyuki)
We slowly drive on the main road between fishermen houses and local activities up to Makunduchi village for the first stop at the main square (roundabout) where it’s possible to buy some gifts for the local community (Ex. .rice, food or school stationeries) from the local shops.
Second stop is at the Makunduchi Cottage Hospital and Mwaka Kogwa Water Well where our guide will explain the history of these places.
We’ll then arrive at the local mud houses where we’ll get to know different traditions and cultures, like how to make cassava flour or a rope from the coconut husk, at all the time surrounded by the youngest members of the community and their shining smiles.
We then proceed to the Makunduchi beachto visit the local fish market (Soko la Samaki) where we also meet the local women seaweed farmers
The tour ends with the drive back to Jambiani through a scenic off road along the Indian Ocean.
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