Dhow Trips are simply wow. For a flawless experience, you have to shop around to hire perfect touts and would-be captains who know in and out of the place. You may find variation in prices depending upon the place you wish to go and and the time you desire to spend. But, note one thing that small size of the boat strictly welcomes the incoming of five people at a time. Moreover, if a solo traveler longs to accompany an existing group then he will have to pay heavy price to get a straightaway entry. Only pay a small advance for food except any money until the day of departure and thus escape yourself from ugly discussions. Carry sunscreen lotion and hat to protect your skin from killing heat and thus undergo a great sense of discovery. Local Dhows are a great boon to tour nearby the very famous Lamu Island and Manda Islands, and also includes the surrounding archipelago. Such tours are usually inclusive of lunches, and water fun like fishing and snorkeling. For an ultimate visual treat for your eyes, it is quite obvious that you observe hamlets, top-notch resorts and some leftovers from the past, all give you an information of the bygone days. Since centuries such fabulous treatments are being given to the visitors, as a result sunset trips and the mid afternoon trips are frequently organized. However, join a full day excursion either join a full day Dolphin Dhow safari in Mombasa to Wasini Island, or beautiful sailing experience is awaiting at the Mida Creek reserve offering you an exotic day out.
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