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This place was lovely surprise. We had a nice time walking around and looking for the wild monkeys. It was nice to see how they keep their wild life safe, the kids were all over with happy and joy when some of them came down...More
The forest is managed by the government as a reservation . That is a good thing. You cannot visit unless accompanied by an appointed guide
They know a lot about plants and animals in the forest as they are paid by the government to take...More
We visited Jozani Park with a guide to see the red colobus monkeys. The monkeys were easy to spot and fun to watch. There are also paths to walk through the forest to see the particular vegetation. In a different part of the park one...More
We visited Jozani Forest National Park which is the home of the endangered Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey. The Red Colobus Monkey is indigenous to Zanzibar. The park has other species like the small nocturnal primates called bushbabies as well as the duikers a small, coy...More
We had a great experience. Our guide shared a lot of great information and made sure we saw plenty of colobus monkeys. And like another review mentioned, if you can afford to travel to Tanzania, you can afford the entry price. Especially since it goes...More
Stopped at the park and had a guided walk. Nice bush and guide was very funny. We saw the monkeys and a great millipede but the walk was a bit rushed as didn't really get time to actually look at what was around.