Blue safari in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Faustino! He organizes for us Blue Safari in the Indian ocean (from Zanzibar, Tanzania) and takes us in the world of colorful zebra fishes, white brilliant coral reef and secluded islands.

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During the Blue Safari Faustin is our guide in the Indian ocean who cannot swim! and our Swahili teacher.  Later we realized he is our best African friend!

Check here How we met Mr Faustin in Zanzibar. In case you need his contacts please write me on private massage.

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Blue Safari! All day in the ocean! Snorkeling and ocean waves, while we are swimming, exploring, laying on the beach of an unknown island, eating exotic fruits and ocean food… we fall in love with the soul of this eccentric Faustin. He has 3 sisters but they were 9 kids. He says this:

“The life and its end it’s just check-out from this hotel “World”. And you are ready for the next adventure.”

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Our Blue Safari is our best African experience ever! I feel so free and so calm. I hear the nature and I can taste it on my skin. Zanzibar island is amazing but being here, in a lonely island far away from Zanzibar, just us! This is fantastic! I can behave like a kid, I can jump in the water, found myself running on the beach… drinking wine in the water while sitting. Chilling time! Perfect moments! We are laughing loudly and on the chocolate face of Faustin the white teeth are shining.

We have fresh seafood – delicious!

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Resting and sitting in the water; we go back to the shore and have a little more time to eat, laying on the sand, strolling, swimming, diving among the rocks, and sometimes we take out ocean treasures; we eat fruits in the water, collect mussels. Amazing variety of flora and fauna! We found mangrove tree – the only one that drinks salty water!

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Indescribable atmosphere and a very good company! And Faustin was proclaimed unanimously for the African God of the Blue Safari!

We are blessed to be where we are!

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29 thoughts on “Blue safari in Zanzibar, Tanzania

  1. Tanzania has been a while on my bucketlist now. Been shifting it around mainly because of Kilimanjaro, as I’m planning to divide my trip into climbing this mountain, then going on a safari for a week or so and later scuba diving at the coast/Zanzibar. Not sure if I’m fit enough for the climb yet 😉 Well, now I added a boat ride to my bucketlist for Zanzibar thanks to your post 🙂

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  2. Tanzania has been a while on my bucketlist now. I’ve been shifting it around mainly because of Kilimanjaro, as I’m planning to divide my trip into climbing this mountain, then going on a safari for a week or so and later scuba diving at the coast/Zanzibar. Not sure if I’m fit enough for the climb yet 😉 Well, now I added a boat ride to my bucketlist for Zanzibar thanks to your post 🙂

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  3. annakapys

    I enjoyed reading your post and the pics are beautiful – the colour of the water is just amazing and that lunch pic made me hungry! I would love to go to Zanzibar, Africa has so much to offer yet I haven’t been to other countries than Morocco or Egypt. My bucket list is getting longer now 🙂 Did you fly in/out to Zanzi only?

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    1. This was my first time in Zanzibar and I did’t fly in/out of the island as in there I found a lot of activities to do and a lot of places to explore. If I go next time, I definitely will do Kilimanjaro 🙂

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  4. I am glad you shared a different experience in Africa. I have been reading about desert safaris or jungle safari but finally I am getting exposed to the water-related adventure activity in Africa through you.

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  5. Joanna

    What a beautiful experience you’ve had! I plan on going to Zanzibar next year and I will keep your post in mind because I am all about secluded places, away from other tourists. And this sea safari would be perfect for me!

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  6. whodoido

    I’ve always wanted to visit Zanzibar and it’s on my list ….. looks amazing. The Blue Safari must have been a fantastic experience. Your pics are beautiful.

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