This is an extended full-day trip set to gain more time into the Indian Ocean warm waters. Dhows are boarded at Kizimkazi fishing village and immediately the cruise is bound farther south targeting schools of dolphins.
After the first dolphin encounter there is another hour-long dhow cruise heading to Pungume Island further south west whose proximities are characterized by magnificently attractive corals and clear water ideal for snorkeling. Its gardens are full of varying reef fish species naturally decorated with a range of colors. The voyage later stops by Pungume sand banks which have paradise-like view in that remote part of Indian Ocean.
In the midday our crew gets busily engaged in preparing sea-food lunch mainly the barbecues. One has to expect anything from enticing calamari, fish or lobster with a selection of varieties of seasonal fruits and soft drinks and water. After meals there is plenty of leisurely time for more swimming, extra snorkeling or lazily lying down to relax by the white sand dunes. The sails are later hoisted in the afternoon in readiness for a return back to Kizimkazi. There is either a warm cup of coffee or spice tea to greet everyone upon arrival.
Duration full day