Sunset Cruises

Sunset Cruises

Sunset Cruises are a popular activity in Zanzibar, Mafia or Pemba, as it allows you to travel on one of the local dhows, while exploring the coast line and watching the spectacular sunset.

The trips usually take place in the late afternoon and can last up to an hour. Making it the perfect opportunity to relax while enjoying some of the many beverages which the Island has to offer.

The guides on these tours are usually full of information about the island and are very keen to answer any questions you may have.

Naturally, sunset cruises are best from hotels on the island's west coasts, but it's also possible on some lake and river trips in the Selous, Kilombero or Lake Tanganyika.

  • A very exciting adventure

    Andrew Bird

    United Kingdom, Jan 2014

  • We had an excellent time and the trip was very well planned, the guides (and vehicles) excellent. Thank you very much for arranging it all!

    Jackie, David and Sarah

    Australia, Oct 2013

  • All the Parks visited are really wonderful, especially Ruaha and the "king" Katavi that worth absolutely the long trip (at least in our point of view). Yahaya and Salim are like two friends.

    Massimo Randi

    Austria, Jul 2013

  • We had a most wonderful safari--thank you! Salim and Yahaya were great. We'll be sure to suggest Wild Things to any friends who may be thinking of visiting Tanzania.

    Sheri Six

    United States of America, Sept 2013

  • I am just emailing to say how amazing the safari was and I would like to thank you, The food was great and we saw so many animals its exceeded our expectations completely.

    Samantha Crichton

    United Kingdom, Jan 2013

  • We had a really great vacation on the Southern Circuit in Tanzania and wonderfully facilitated by our driver/guide Salim who was really first class - a great representative of Wild Things.

    Steve Wallis

    Belgium, Oct 2013

  • We had a fantastic trip. Your excellent organisation, your guide - Max, was exemplary in every way, were major contributors to this. Many thanks for making ours, a trip of a lifetime.

    Richard Goldberg

    United Kingdom, Jun 2013