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Jozani Forest Tour

Jozani Forest Tour Packages
Country: Tanzania
City: Zanzibar
Duration: 3 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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The Zanzibar Jozani Forest tour is a three hour-long guided tour through the Jozani natural forest, which is the only natural forest in Zanzibar Island. The forest is located in the central-east region of Zanzibar Island about a 20 minute drive from Stone Town. It contains about 100 tree species from a total of 43 families. It includes whole ground water forest, coral rag forest and a salt marsh area. A wide variety of wildlife lives in and around the forest including the endangered red colobus monkey and the extremely rare Ader’s duiker.

The Jozani forest also accommodates a large mangrove swamp and a tract of natural forest that is home to a few unique species including the Sykes monkey, bush babies, Ader's duiker (which are found only in Jozani and Sokoke Forest along the Kenya's coast), hyraxes, over fifty species of butterflies and forty species of birds. The smaller trees and shrubs make several sub canopies under the highest forest canopy.

The Zanzibar Jozani Forest tour is a three hour-long guided tour through the Jozani natural forest, which is the only natural forest in Zanzibar Island. The forest is located in the central-east region of Zanzibar Island about a 20 minute drive from Stone Town. It contains about 100 tree species from a total of 43 families. It includes whole ground water forest, coral rag forest and a salt marsh area. A wide variety of wildlife lives in and around the forest including the endangered red colobus monkey and the extremely rare Ader’s duiker.

The Jozani forest also accommodates a large mangrove swamp and a tract of natural forest that is home to a few unique species including the Sykes monkey, bush babies, Ader's duiker (which are found only in Jozani and Sokoke Forest along the Kenya's coast), hyraxes, over fifty species of butterflies and forty species of birds. The smaller trees and shrubs make several sub canopies under the highest forest canopy.

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