The forest is best known for its kirks red colobus monkeys (kima punju in swahili), which are endemic to Zanzibar. About 10 years ago, the monkeys were considered to be in danger of extinction, but this trend has since reversed due to the conservation project. There are about 6000 red colobus monkey residing in Jozani Forest.
Jozani Forest has several habitats including swamp forest, evergreen thickets, mangroves, as well as a variety of wildlife, including sykes and red colobus monkeys, bush pigs, Ader’s duiker and suni antelopes, elephant shrews, chameleons and lots of birdlife.
- Smell and Testing the Spices grown in Zanzibar Islands
- Having Spiced Rice Pilau Lunch at the spice farm
- Tropical Fruits; Mangoes, Bananas, Pineapple, Watermelon etc.
- Visit historical sites in Stone Town; House of Wonders, Freddie Mercury House etc.
- Explore some Flora & Fauna; Red Colobus Monkeys
- Spices shopping in Zanzibar local village Farm
- Visit Kwale Island, natural Lagoon & Sandbank