Safari Blue Activities
The Safari Blue Experience
- Spend a magical day exploring the Menai Bay Conservation area in a traditional wooden dhow
- Enjoy swimming & guided snorkeling in the beautiful clear waters – quality equipment provided
- Watch dolphins at play
- Feast on our delicious Swahili seafood barbecue followed by our gastronomic tropical fruit tasting
- Price includes drinks and snacks throughout the day
- Take a swim in the hidden mangrove lagoon
Sail, snorkel, swim, sunbathe, explore, feast, observe, play…
A Safari Blue day is packed with adventure.
Menai Bay is scattered with isolated sandbanks, rugged island scenery, uninhabited islets, pristine marine life and crystal-clear turquoise waters.
Glide through the warm Indian Ocean and gaze at the abundant and diverse marine life through translucent waters.
We snorkel over two different reefs in the morning. Take advantage of our Crew’s expertise as they guide you to the best viewing spots.
Mid morning, we arrive at a large powdery sandbank. From here enjoy the pristine sand, swim in the shallow waters or simply lay on the beach and relish the warmth of the tropical sun.
Enter the mangrove lagoon by dhow through one of the two narrow entrances and find a natural swimming pool that changes with the tide. The lagoon is a haven of still and calm and just perfect for a dip!
Menai Bay is a marine-protected area and a sanctuary for humpback and bottlenose dolphins. Dolphins are seen on 90% of our trips.
Looking for something really special and bespoke? Ask us about our Private Charter trip! Take a dhow and our crew for a personalised trip, we tailor make the day to your needs and interests. A private lunch set up on a deserted island. ideal for honeymooners, family groups or a group of friends!
Our Kwale Island restaurant is ready to serve you as soon as you arrive. Feast on delicious grilled fresh seafood with local sauces.
Your meal is followed by a tasting of 10-15 exotic fruits served by one of the Crew.
Afterwards, sip on Amarula and coffee.
Weather permitting, sail on a traditional double-outrigger canoe used by local fishermen.
Kwale Island is a great place to explore – climb an ancient baobab tree, walk along the beach, view coral formations and discover hermit crabs scurrying about.
On your return to Fumba, the crew raises the lateen sail while you make a leisurely voyage back as the sun sets on your glorious day in paradise.