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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.
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.
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.
The Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park is 50 km2 (19 sq mi) national park of Tanzania located on the paradise island of Zanzibar. It is very famous island national park in the world.It is home flora and fauna, the popular Zanzibar red colobus Monkey , a rain forest species are found within the Park, other species of fauna found in the park are sykes monkey, Bush babies, more than 50 species of butterfly and 50 species of birds, the nocturnal Zanzibar tree hyrax which has four 'toes' on its front feet and three on its back.The sea grass beds of Chwaka beds of the Chwaka Bay, fringed with mangrove forests, are important breeding grounds for marine organisms, including open fish species. The mangroves are also good breeding grounds for birds.
A tour of the senses! Discover why Zanzibar is also known as "spice island" by visiting the spice plantation, where you will have the opportunity to touch, feel and taste all the exotic spices. Learn about the healing properties of some spices and the incredible variety of flavors and textures such as cinnamon, clove, vanilla and nutmeg. If you are interested, you can also shop.Then we drive back to the island capital "Stone Town". The tour begins with a visit to the Darajani Market, where you can quickly immerse yourself in the chaotic tumult of colors, voices and smells. Through narrow and winding streets of this fascinating city from the cathedral to the famous "House of Wonder". After this tour you have time for personal exploration. Then you can enjoy the most beautiful sunset in Zanzibar. Necessities: T-shirt, long pants, comfortable footwear and a cover for shoulders and knees.
You will visit the famous prison island, which has many other names where you can take a photo with giant turtles Visit the old prison and the former quarantine zone, Relax on the beautiful beach and enjoy the clear waters Enjoy the delicious lunch on the island of Nakuppend, which is also called the "Vanishing Island"
We’ll take you to see many of the important sights of Stone Town. You’ll visit the former Slave Market, the Anglican Cathedral, the House of Wonders, the Sultan’s Palace Museum, the Old Arab Fort – and other sites that may be of interest to you. Our city tour is flexible and can easily be customized to your requirements
We take care of every thing and guides are well trained to perform and giving good service that a traveler should feel comfortable always with us, All questions about Zanzibar You'll be able to get their answers from Sayari Tours & Safaris.
Stone Town is a city of prominent historical and artistic importance in East Africa. Its architecture, mostly dating back to the 19th century, reflects the diverse influences underlying the Swahili culture, with the East African culture being preeminent, there is a unique mixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European elements.Spice Tour The town is famous for its spice tours. Tourists visit the various coconut and spice plantations in the island. Zanzibar is known for its variety of spices that are used to prepare food, cosmetics and medicines. Some of the fruits available include; banana, coconut,lime, jackfruit and breadfruit. The spices available include; clove, nutmeg, black pepper, vanilla and coriander. Zanzibar is also known for its salt and seaweed farms that may be visited by tourists on request.
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Being in the middle of naturally occurring fruits and spice villages can be very relaxing, especially at Christmas. Do you know why they call Zanzibar Island the Land of Spice or Spice Island? Which are the main sights to visit in Zanzibar Island? Is it safe to visit Zanzibar Island?Discover spice plants, herbs, and unique, splendid varieties of tropical fruits on a small spice plantation. Bask through Zanzibar's spice plantations with a professional local guide. It is known for its cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, and cardamom. You will learn about the island’s impact in the colonial world, and how they grow spices today. Join the villages and see enjoy a Swahili dish with them. Shop for great souvenirs in the form of naturally made perfumes and spices. Borrow a recipe and try it back home.
Sultans history, slavery, and trade routes. Reach of architecture, culture and photographic places.Easy to combine with other tours like Spice tour, Prison Island, Jozani forest, Dolphin trip or Dhow sunset cruise.
Zanzibar is a great place for shopping and bargain hunting. You will inevitably come across the odd ashtray carved out of a coconut shell but there are enough locally made art and craft to fill a whole suitcase with tasteful souvenirs! On this half-day tour, your guide will accompany you to local shops around town starting at the kanga bazaar where you can read proverbs printed on kanga cloth and also learn to wrap a kanga the traditional way. This will be followed by a visit to the leather sandal making workshop that has been supplying sandals to the island since 1976 after which you will move on to SASIK, one of the most successful women’s cooperatives in Zanzibar, to watch the women workers hand stitch and embroider elaborate cushion covers and wall hangings.
Zanzibar's vibrant culture Prison Island is a stunning achievement, a must-see place once in life. Restored ruins, nature trails, and a wide variety of endemic flora and fauna including the world-famous Giant Aldabra Tortoises.Across East Africa, Swahili culture is known to be one of the most unique and unadulterated. They are famous for their cooking and traditional medicine. Swahili cuisine is the most famous in celebratory occasions across the region. They have perfected the art of traditional medicine known to heal different ailments. Why’s Swahili culture so interesting? Which are the differences from Swahili with other African cultures? Have you seen their decorations during weddings and other celebrations? Learn how they make their locals food, how they marry, their favorite pastime. Take part in their dance and join them for a night of festivities.Your guide will take you through rural villages. It is the best way to promote islanders and appreciate their culture.
A tour of senses! Discovering why Zanzibar also known as the "Spice Island" by a visit to the spice plantation where you have the opportunity to touch all the exotic spices, feel and taste. Learn about the healing properties of some spices and the incredible variety of flavors and textures such as cinnamon,clove, vanilla and nutmeg, also for shopping and buying local products if interested.Then we drive again to the island capital "Stone Town". The tour begins with a visit of the Darajani market where you can quickly immerse yourself in the chaotic tumult of colors, voices and smells. Through narrow and winding streets of this fascinating city from the Cathedral and the famous "House of Wonder". After this tour, you still have time for personal exploration. Then you can enjoy the most beautiful sunset in Zanzibar Needs: T- shirt, long trousers, comfort footwear and a cover for shoulders and knees.
We follow the trail of the sultans, slaves and explorers in the winding streets of Stone Town. Your guide will tell you about the events that shaped Zanzibar, leading you through the buildings where it all happened, such as the former Slave Market and Anglican Cathedral, the House of Wonders and the Sultans’ Palace Museum, the Old Arab Fort and Dispensary.While tracing the steps of the past, the walking tour provides you with a window into modern life in StoneThe City Tour is very flexible and can be adapted to suit your interests and time frame. If you’re a shopaholic, culture vulture or history buff we have something to suit everyone. If you want to hunt for antiques and souvenir shop follow David Livingstone’s time in Zanzibar and walk the path of the slave trade. Your guide can recommend and customize routes and itineraries that will optimise your time and get the most out of your trip.
Take part in one of Zanzibar's most iconic experience during a spice tour of the Spice Island. Stationed along one of the world's oldest trade routes, this picturesque destination is a melting pot of culture, cuisine, and flavors. Follow a guide through rural plantations and see where local staples such as clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon are cultivated, grown and used to produce some of Africa's most aromatic cuisine.