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DEEP SEA FISHING IN ZANZIBAR

The water between Zanzibar and Pemba are home to excellent big game fishing and are famous world wide for the exciting opportunities they provide. Further South at Mafia Island and Latham Island there are fishing grounds which are almost untouched with only a few local fishermen there taking the fish. Striped, black and blue marlin can be found on the Zanzibar coastline, as well as acrobatic sailfish and elusive spearfish. Dorado, yellow fin tuna, wahoo, barracuda, king fish all provide endless hours of action packed game fishing out on the ocean. From August to October is the peak season for tuna, with marlin and sailfish running from November till March, following the pattern of the monsoons.

Fishing in Zanzibar is a delight, with the turquoise and deep blue of the ocean constrasting against perfect powder blue skies, waves lapping against the prow of the boat. Whatever time of year you visit, you’re sure to have a great day out, with a chance of landing a personal best and epic tales of the one that got away. The professional deep sea fishing boats are all equipped to the highest international safety standards. They also have the latest fishing technology with GPS navigational aids, echo sounders and fish finders.


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BAWE REEF CORAL SITE

BAWE REEF CORAL SITE

 Bawe Island, Stone Town, Zanzibar

The island Bawe just off the coast of Stone Town, is our go-to reef. There are 3 dive sites around the island. One is on the North side and is a continuous coral wall teeming with life. Cuttle-fish, moray eels and seahorses hide between the many blue sponges, while rainbow runners and longfin batfish cruise by in the blue ..

FUNDU REEF CORAL SITE

FUNDU REEF CORAL SITE

 Mkoani, Pemba, Zanzibar

Fundu Gap is a solid coral drop off that starts at 3-6 m and drops down until it disappears into the big blue. A current called “the Fundo Express” transports you past huge waterfalls of corals such as broad leaved coral, brain coral, sponges and soft coral and plentiful fish life often hiding in the caverns. Kingfish, jacks, barracuda ..

MALYALE SANDBANK AND CORAL SITE

MALYALE SANDBANK AND CORAL SITE

 Tumbatu, Pemba, Zanzibar

An area surfaced by water during the high tide however their possibility to adventure the area when the water is gone (low tide). You will have an opportunity to explore local fisherman using a small canoe for his fishing with a special fish box (Dema) to catch fish of the day. Several types of seasonal star fish can also be your ..

MISALI ISLAND CORAL SITE

MISALI ISLAND CORAL SITE

 Misali Island, Pemba, Zanzibar

Misali island was set up as part of a Conservation area in 1998. There is a non-extraction zone on the north and western parts of the island and only a limited number of fishermen are allowed to camp here for short periods of time. As a result the marine life and the quality of corals are excellent: there is more than twice the number of ..

MNEMBA CORAL SITE

MNEMBA CORAL SITE

 Mnemba Island, Zanzibar

Study more about marine and rich in spectacular natural attractions, has a lots of its wonderful white sandy beach, untouchable diving sites and a place of comfort. Mnemba Atoll is easily reached from Matemwe and Kiwengwa, the reef of this small atoll is probably the most popular diving area in the whole of ..

MWANA WA MWANA CORAL SITE

MWANA WA MWANA CORAL SITE

 Mwana wa Mwana island, Tumbatu, Zanzibar

In history this area stands at the northern part of Tumbatu where the first group of peoples (Sailors) from far northern circuit arrived on that area, one among those people was a young lady with pregnancy .they stopped their journey and create a new shelters for couple years. Mwana is a swahili name that means a ..

NJAO GAP CORAL SITE

NJAO GAP CORAL SITE

 Njao Island, Pemba, Zanzibar

Situated just northwest of Njao Island, this is an interesting and dramatic dive site featuring lovely coral garden slopes from 5 to 18 m before dropping away into the deep blue of the wall. Currents can be strong. Best enjoyed when drift-dived, allowing the north bound current to sweep you through the gap into the lagoon ..

PANGE REEF CORAL SITE

PANGE REEF CORAL SITE

 Pange Sandbank, Stone Town, Zanzibar

The island Bawe just off the coast of Stone Town, is our go-to reef. There are 3 dive sites around the island. One is on the North side and is a continuous coral wall teeming with life. Cuttle-fish, moray eels and seahorses hide between the many blue sponges, while rainbow runners and longfin batfish cruise by in the blue ..

POPO ISLAND CORAL SITE

POPO ISLAND CORAL SITE

 Popo Island, Tumbatu, Zanzibar

A small private island used by fisherman and local farmers for cultivating crops and fruits in season. It called Popo Island because of a large number of bats (Popo) are used to live there. It is very strange that there are none of four feet animal living there, the people experienced and tried many times to cross ..

RAS KINUNDUNI CORAL SITE

RAS KINUNDUNI CORAL SITE

 Tumbatu Island, Zanzibar

The endless part of the island on the North situated in between the Island of Mwana wa Mwana and the main Tumbatu Island where the area becomes dry during the low tide. There possibility to walk across from one side to another side (both parties). Ras Kinunduni has a white beautifully beach for relax however there is no ..

RAS KIWAKANI CORAL SITE

RAS KIWAKANI CORAL SITE

 Tumbatu Island, Zanzibar

Ras Kiwakani Coral Site is another fantastic coral site in Zanzibar and it is available at Tumbatu Island, where you can spend a day out with your partner or family and make everyone happy. An area of magic, beautiful corals, big pond with rocky fish moving around, Fisherman used the area for a special Dema fishing ..

UVINJE GAP CORAL SITE

UVINJE GAP CORAL SITE

 Uvinje Island, Pemba

Uvinje gap southern wall - This is a fun site to dive with large overhangs, swim-throughs and brilliant coral forming the sheer fall. There is a good variety of large and small fish including kingfish, jacks, barracuda, napoleons, humphead parrotfish, moray eels and stonefish. Visibility ranges from 40 - 50 m making it ..