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Tour Zanzibar's UNESCO-listed historic district and premiere natural attraction on this tour to Stone Town and Prison Island. Learn about the current culture and history in Stone Town as you walk past its attractions, including a Portuguese fort, the Sultan Palace, and the birthplace of Freddie Mercury, before continuing your tour to Prison Island, famous for its population of giant tortoises.
Discover Zanzibar’s aromatic history on a half-day walking tour of Stone Town, setting out on foot so you can see Stone Town’s narrow, car-free streets and atmospheric corners. After convenient pickup at Zanzibar hotels, you’ll cover some of Stone Town’s highlights, from colonial landmarks to the Old Fort, the house where Freddy Mercury was born, and an Anglican Cathedral that marks the former site of a slave market.
This tour is covering wide range of day experience in Zanzibar Stone Town, it include walking tour around Stone Town, visiting Old Fort, House of Wonder, Slave market museum, Darajani Market.Getting history of Zanzibar culture and life of diverse community. Visiting Spice farms to learn how spices are cultivated and how are they used for domestic purposes as well medical purposes.Lastly having opportunity to have fun with tortoises and getting a minutes of swimming or Snorkeling. This tour is design to cater the needs of all who want to experience a lot of Zanzibar activities per day with wonderful budget.
This tour includes two (2) must visited Places in Zanzibar, which are Stone-town and the Spice Farms (Jambo Spice Farm and Tangawizi Spice Farm). Zanzibar is well known for Heritage Sites and Cultural tours Zanzibar.At Stone town you will be able to learn and see all historic sites and information about the Old City of Zanzibar. All admission fees are included in a tour price.After the Stone-town tour, you will also be able to Visit two (2) main Spice Farms in Zanzibar, which are Jambo Spice Farm and Tangawizi Spice Farm. where you will be able to learn about spices, try all spices and to take any samples of Spices for free of Charge. While walking around the Spice Farms you will eat lot of fresh fruits like Bananas, Oranges, Mangoes, and other fruits. Also drinking Coconut juices as much as you want for free.
It’s fascinating to explore historic Stone Town—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—but it’s easy to lose your way in the area’s maze-like, narrow streets. To stay oriented and ensure you don’t miss key highlights, join a private guide with deep knowledge of local culture. It’s fully personalized to your preferences, whether you’re shopping for local textiles, interested in history, or learning about Stone Town’s unique architecture.
Start @Prison Island, get to know its history,see giant tortoise 200 kg and at-least 150 years old,there will be a chance to touch the tortoise, swim/snorkel.Head back to stone town, visit House of wonders,Old fort,Mercury House, Slave chambers & Darajani Local Market
Dar es Salaam is dynamic, colorful and diverse. Originally a small fishing village known as Mzizima it’s now a bustling city and hub for East African business and trade. Packed with interesting culture, history, food and people our Dar es Salaam city tour will give you a taste of one of East Africa’s most exciting cities. These are a few of the things you’ll see on the tour:
A tour to Bagamoyo historical town, will enlighten tourist of how and where slaves and slavery trade were conducted in East Africa, it will educate tourist about Colonial error by visiting Old Boma which was the First German East Africa State House in East Africa, Old Fort, Kaole Ruins, Catholic Museum, Crocodile Farm, Old Port in East Africa, get the history of Caravanserai, The First Cross erected by the Missionary on the coast of East Africa, Dr. Livingstone’s Church, the fish market and many others places if time permits.
AboutZanzibar island has many villages where people live their casual life. This tour will help to see how people carry out their daily activities and how different they are from the rest of the countries. Local guides will explain about traditions.ItineraryWhile on the tour, you will visit the women’s handicraft group, seaweed farming, local school, and Hospital. Afterward, the local guide will take you to the lady who will show the process of making rope from coconut husk fiber. Later you will visit the local Witch a doctor who uses old natural medicine to help people. He is still working and helping people.
The tour offers nature, history and adventure combined in a relaxing, enjoying the beautiful and nice beach, feeding giant Aldabra tortoise and colored fish and corals for snorkeling in the channel of the Indian Ocean, on this small isle just off the Stone Town it is launched from the city and involves a 30 minutes motorized boat ride to the “Prison” island.The British First Minister of Zanzibar, Lloyd Mathews, purchased the island in 1893 and constructed a prison complex there. No prisoners were ever housed on the island and instead it became a quarantine station for yellow fever cases.
Aquana is the only excursion boat of its kind in Zanzibar (with a capacity of 35 persons, ample shade, solid seating and tables, private toilet & change room, shower, twin deck, walk around capability, swim-platform, cold drinks, two Mercedes engines, great friendly crew and moreThe 3-Island Day Tour will first take you to Changuu/Prison Island (which hosts the giant tortoises, peacocks, dik-dik antelopes and historical monuments), and with a little luck you may see Dolphins or Turtles on the way. After Changuu we cruise to the coral gardens of Bawe Island for snorkelling whilst the crew is preparing your lunch and thereafter to the amazing Zanzibar Sandbank. In the afternoon we head back close along the coast and passed Stone Town (ideal for taking nice fotos) and back to the Marina Verde.Pls note; the days that are blocked on the availibility chart are still available to groups of over 4 persons i.e. if you are more than four, you can opt for any day of the week (contact us)
To get history of Zanzibar about Changuu Island to become Prison Island and Quarantine Island in a current place!Have a beautiful day with a lot of new experiences with one of the best private tour guides in Zanzibar!Good opportunity to take Pictures with Peacock and tortoise from Aldabra Island!Discover Zanzibar in a unique private tour that is exclusively for you!
Pedal along a quiet cycling route on a bike tour that covers some of Stone Town’s highlights, from the Old Slave Market and Anglican Church to the house where singer Freddy Mercury was born. With narrow streets and lots to see, Stone Town’s historic center is the perfect place to explore car-free, and riding a bike makes it easy to pause frequently for photos, views, and sightseeing.
Immerse yourself in Zanzibar’s dramatic history on a full-day, guided tour of Stone Town and Prison Island. Explore on foot and by boat for a comprehensive overview of the area, learn about local culture, architecture, and wildlife, and enjoy the convenience of round-trip hotel transfers.
Widen your perspective of Zanzibar on a private 6-day tour of the island, with hassle-free round-trip transfer allowing you to seamlessly tick off highlights including Stone Town, Jozani Forest, and the island’s scenic coastline in just one trip. Benefit from your driver-guide’s personalized attention on a private tour while avoiding hidden costs with accommodation and meals included as per itinerary.
These are remarkable natural and historic attractions/activities for your unforgettable experience.A unique combination with several interpretive stops, that offers an overview of the people, plants, animals and geology. Discover the ancient life of the cities, culture and their folklore. Opportunities to explore historic sites left by former inhabitants, colonial places that between them walls containing the history of the ancient dominion of Sultan, traditions, clothes, fragrance and the colors of the places that clearly brings back the memories, more than about old fashion by the same time the poverty of Africa.
This tour is one of a kind tour designed for short travelers looking for a quick and authentic overview of Zanzibar. This carefully designed tour is the perfect way to explore the history, culture, highlights and traditions of this Wonderful destination .As per the tour you get , visit spice farms, Prison Island, local markets, scenic beaches, Jozani forest and more Including round-trip transfers from Ferry Terminal, Airport or your hotel.After this tour with our professional guides you will leave a memory to cherish forever
This tour is one of a kind tour designed for short travelers looking for a quick and authentic overview of Zanzibar. This carefully designed tour is the perfect way to explore the history, culture, highlights and traditions of this Wonderful destination .As per the tour you get to visit spice farms, Prison Island, Stone town, local markets and more Including round-trip transfers from Ferry Terminal, Airport or your hotel. After this tour with our professional guides you will leave a memory to cherish forever
Strolling through Bagamoyo’s narrow, unpaved streets takes you back to the mid-19th century, when the town was one of the most important settlements along the East African coast and the terminus of the trade caravan route linking Lake Tanganyika with the sea. Slaves, ivory, salt and copra were unloaded here before being shipped to Zanzibar Island and elsewhere, and many European explorers, including Richard Burton, Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone, began and ended their trips here. In 1868 French missionaries established Freedom Village at Bagamoyo as a shelter for ransomed slaves, and for the remainder of the century the town served as a way station for missionaries travelling from Zanzibar Island to the interior.
With one day in Arusha you can cover key sites, but coordinating transport and activities takes up valuable sightseeing time. Choose a private tour to see and do more in the city, from browsing shops at the Arusha Central Market to checking out tribal traditions in the Cultural Heritage Centre. Door-to-door service means you won’t need to fight Arusha traffic, leaving you free to focus on exploring.