The cave is a 50 meter round sinkhole in the middle of a small jungle. A large natural rock sculpture in the shape of an elephant is used by locals as an altar to make offerings to the spirits who live in the cave and request their support. The cave is accessible by a few stairs and wooden decking so people with general fitness levels can enjoy this hidden wonder tucked away in the tropical jungle. It gives a unique chance to swim in the cave. The water is unreal, clear and impressive. It is also a sanctuary for many animals.
The first stop will be at probably the most popular Zanzibar restaurant – Rock. We will have some drinks, have nice photos for Instagram to make friends jealous. Then we will leave to Kuza cave. The tour starts with looking at artifacts from the cave and a timeline of Swahili history. History goes back to the beginning of our story as humans originating in East Africa. Then you will discover the ancient limestone cave and crystal clear healing mineral water pool. It takes a moment to get into the water, but it is relaxing after.
After swimming in the cave, you will have some fun and enjoy a few songs – Swahili singing and drumming. Join in if you like! After the tour will have a Swahili Cooking lesson with tasty lunch