KUZA CAVE, THE ROCK RESTAURANT AND KAE FUNK
A few hours will be spent at Kuza Caves. After breakfast at 09:30 a.m., our driver will meet you at the hotel and transport you to Kuza Caves.
Kuza Cave offers a unique experience for adventurous nature-lovers. You'll have a chance to discover the ancient limestone cave and crystal clear healing mineral water pool (swimming is allowed just depending on someone's interests), and you'll see artifacts from the cave and a timeline of Swahili history going back to the beginning of our story as humans originating in East Africa. You will walk across a small bridge and a few steps to the base of the well-lit cave to find a large pool formed by a subterranean river. The area is a wildlife sanctuary for dozens of monkeys, birds, butterflies, and bush babies. You'll also enjoy Swahili music, drumming, and dancing from onsite artists.
At 12:00 noon, take a drive to The Rock Restaurant for your lunch. Located in a unique position on a rock in the middle of the Indian Ocean, The Rock Restaurant is a charming, exclusive restaurant that, in a very short time, has become one of the icons of the island. The Rock was originally a fisherman's post and is located in the middle of the sea in front of MichanviPingwe Beach on the south-east coast of the island. Entirely restructured and decorated in a simple style inspired by local style, the restaurant is specialized in seafood and serves up to 12 tables, all facing an unforgettable view of the sea and the coast.
After lunch, we will take you to Kae Funk Beach to refresh your mind. There is also a traditional drama and sunset, and a beach fire. This is a pleasant location.
After all activities, our driver will take you back to the hotel for the rest of the day and overnight.