It’s an outstanding private guided walking tour, it takes around 3 hours, whereby tourists will get opportunity to discover the historical sites including old slave market, bazaar streets, Forodhani garden, spice and fruit market, Freddy Mercury’s house. You will also see a series of monuments, while the guide will explain what part of the Zanzibar history lies behind such historical sites.
Offered Daily, from 9:30-12:30, or 13:30-17:00 our guide will meet with you at the front of Stone Town. And you will begin the trip by walking through the fascinating streets of Stone Town as you get to know the history behind the buildings and the famous Zanzibari Doors.
Stone Town, otherwise called Mji Mkongwe (old town in Swahili), is the mythical fundamental town of Unguja Island – the primary island of the Zanzibar archipelago, and the island individuals typically allude to just as Zanzibar. The name Zanzibar will ordinarily invoke pictures of fine white sands, the sun reflecting off the shining Indian Ocean, completely clear waters, sweet-smelling spices, coconut palms, and a refreshing breeze. While this is all evident, in case you want to visit Zanzibar, ensure you drag yourself away from the poolside for an evening, a day, or even a few evenings to investigate the wonders of Stone Town!
You will head for a leisure stroll across the Bazaar streets. Here you will be able to appreciate the unique narrow stress of Stone Town. This old part of Zanzibar is renowned for its old buildings, some of which date back to two centuries ago. Here there are also quite a few exotic bazaars as well as curio shops.
Visit Historical sites in Stone town………Interesting sites to tour are numerous while their meaning is so unique. With your guide will be taken to the place of wonders known as beit-el-ajaab. It is presently known as the National Museum of Zanzibar which was rebuilt in 1883. Additionally, the Arab fort which is otherwise called an Old fort, while you are going along through bazaar roads you will proceed towards the Feddie Mercury house, old slave market, different trinket ships including the recollections of Zanzibar, natural product market, zest market, and so forth. Without failing to remember the Zanzibar bent doors which are the ones that brightening the stone town,
Get yourself to rooftop Restaurant to dine……. After the long walk Eating at a housetop eatery is one of the most sentimental activities in Stone Town and they are the ideal spot to unwind for the night, appreciate the call to supplication and watch the sun as it sets over copper hued roofs.