Zanzibar lies off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Snow-white sandy beaches and coconut trees determine the landscape, but the sea offers so much more.
Kisimkasi lies at the southern end of the west coast. Small bays alternate with white beaches and edgy cliffs.
Next to the beaches are coral reefs. They are, however, not out so far outside and not as long as on the east coast. This leads to a much larger variety of underwater geography with deeper water, which leads to more fish. Therefore the dolphins gather here!
Thus, the region is particularly good for fishing. With a little luck, as always when fishing, the chances are good that you have a handsome tuna on the hook.