On the south-western tip of Zanzibar is the village of Kizimkazi, with its little cliffs and coconut trees, big baobabs, old ruins and beautiful turquoise water.

It is a very quiet area, with people living from fishing, except for the "dolphin tours"!

Every morning, tourists come from all over the island to snorkel with the dolphins, which are almost always there. The way to look for them is not the best, all the boats revving their engine as soon as they see one, and speeding towards them.

It seems better to spend a night in Kizimkazi, so as to go out early morning, or late afternoon, and take time to look for the dolphins in a more peaceful way, without having dozens of boats chasing them.