Jozani Forest Tour

Jozani Forest Tour

Experience the unique Jozani Forest and Zanzibar’s only red colobus monkeys, where you can observe their playful behavior, hear their calls, and capture photogenic moments up close.

Activity Details

  • Duration: Half day
  • Starts at: Around 9:00 AM
  • Location: Zanzibar
  • Availability: On request
  • Price from: $65 USD

Activity Description

This adventure is dedicated solely to the incredible Jozani Forest, home to the red colobus monkeys, the only species existing in Zanzibar. These charismatic monkeys roam freely and can often be seen up close just outside the reserve’s perimeter. Red colobus monkeys are highly social animals and known for their distinctive calls and playful behavior, which makes them incredibly photogenic and a true pleasure to observe in their natural habitat.

See our Jozani Forest and Spice Tour Combo, Dolphin Tour and Jozani Forest, and Jozani Forest and Kuza Cave Tour for visits to Jozani Tours combined with other adventures.

 

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