Taking a minibus from Stone Town takes 1 hour and costs approximately $60. The Dulla-dulla is much cheaper, but much slower and less comfortable.
The village can be explored on foot. The village 5km to the South (Jambiani) can be reached on foot, by bicycle or by taxi (around $1.3 per person sharing).
A traditional dancing performance is held at the Cristal Resort most Tuesday nights. Booking is essential.
Learn kiteboarding at on of the 3 kiteboarding schools.
Swim in the lukewarm water when the tide is in, or walk to the coral reef.
In the middle of the beach is stalls selling paintings by local artists.
Near the main T junction is a shop (Supa Duka) selling a small selection of wine and food. Contrary to all the signs, they do not accept credit cards.
There are a number of hotels and restaurants with decent meals starting at $7.
Teddy's place holds a party most Wednesday nights. Unfortunately the loud music may keep guests of nearby lodges awake.