Stone Town Tour

Stone Town Tour

The Three hour guided tour begins and ends at your hotel. The tour commences at the City Market and covers all above places. You will be driven or walk(optional)to all the National Museum of Zanzibar(opened 1925)to see interesting relics.

Adjacent is the Natural Museum: a library that includes stuffed specimens of local birds, a small but useful herbarium of native plants and collection of shells. You leave and head along the waterfront to Shangani-Old British Consulate(the late Dr. Livingstone body remained here and later sent to Britain), the Arab Fort (built in 1700), the House of Wonders(built in 1883).

From here, you proceed on a leisure walk through the Narrow streets of Stone Town(old part of the Zanzibar town) where most of the houses date back to more than one hundred and fifty years. In this part of the town, you will find a lot of small and exotic bazaars and curio shops. The tour continues and ends with a visit to Marhubi Palace Ruins(1880)en-route Dr. David Livingstone House(1866).Return to your hotel.

Tour Includes: Town Market, lave Chambers, National Museum of Zanzibar, High Court Building, Old German Consulate, Africa House(former English Club),.Tippu Tip House, Kele Kele Square, Old British Consulate, Orphanage Home, Old Fort, Forodhani Gardens, House of Wonders Sultan Palace(now Palace Museum),Custom House, Old Dispensary, Old Harbour, Dr. Livingstone House, Maruhubi Palace(Ruins).

Why Visit Zanzibar?

Zanzibar is an island with the population of 1.5 millions which is dominant Muslim, apart from Islamic religion in Zanzibar but 4 percent Christians and 1 percent is Hindu mean while people still working together and helping one another.

As you are planning visit Zanzibar there the kind of thing to do, which basically divide into two form are educational and funny ones Let us dive in educational thing like.