The Dive Centre at Azanzi, Scubafish Zanzibar, is rated as one of the best on the island, and renowned for its professionalism and safety record. This operator is recognised as the most organized operation on the island, providing only the best and safest service available. Excellent, well-maintained equipment, comfortable and reliable boats, adherence to all safety procedures and friendly and professional staff assure guests’ comfort and safety all the way.

Scubafish Zanzibar offers daily dive and snorkel excursions to Mnemba Atoll. Mnemba Atoll is a marine park with a plethora of fish life, green turtles, bottlenose dolphins, soft and hard corals and superb visibility. There are various dive/snorkel sites to suit all levels of experience. All snorkel trips are escorted by a snorkel guide. The dive instructors and dive masters’ aim is not to simply lead a dive, but to reveal the mysteries of the reef to our divers.

Scubafish Zanzibar offers PADI scuba courses from complete beginner to Dive Master level and has highly qualified and experienced instructors available to teach PADI courses in several languages. For the complete novice we have a Discover Scuba Diving program, whereby non certified divers can dive at the atoll with an instructor. This is a great course for anyone that has always wanted to experience the pleasure of diving, without committing a couple of days, or more, to a certification course.We are proud to present the Scubafish Zanzibar dive centre on-site at Azanzi Beach Hotel.

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Room Facilities include:
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Air conditioning
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities
  • Bar fridges
  • Hairdryers
  • Mini safes
  • Mosquito nets
  • Games room with pool table, dartboard and table tennis.
  • Guest TV lounge with DSTV Africa
  • Curio Shop
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout the resort
  • 24 hour laundry service
  • Beach volleyball, beach tennis.
  • Maua Spa
  • Scubafish Dive Centre, on-site
  • Canoes
  • Guided reef walks

Zanzibar is part of the East African republic of Tanzania. It consists of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25-50 km (15-30 mi) off the coast of the mainland. There are numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, informally referred to as "Zanzibar"), and Pemba. Zanzibar was once a separate state with a long trading history within the Arab world; it united with Tanganyika to form Tanzania in 1964, and still enjoys a high degree of autonomy within the union. The capital of Zanzibar, located on the island of Unguja, is Zanzibar City, and its old quarter, known as Stone Town, is a World Heritage Site.

Zanzibar's main industries are spices (spice tour), raffia, and tourism. It is still sometimes referred to as the Spice Islands (a term also associated with the Maluku Islands in Indonesia), because of the significance of its production of cloves, of which it used to be the world leader, and also nutmeg, cinnamon and pepper. The ecology is of note for being the home of the endemic Zanzibar Red Colobus and the elusive Zanzibar Leopard.