The Zanzibar Stone town tours Excursion starts from wherever the client wants to be picked up and takes you through fabled Stone Town, where history appears to stand still. One gets a comprehensive view of the Stone Town, it’s sand and stone ancient built houses, some of them have Arab/Indian carved doors and the architecture which helps to make Zanzibar famous. We then proceed to the main Zanzibar city market which was opened in 1904, where tropical fruits, vegetables, spices and fresh fish from the island are sold.
Our next stop will be at the Anglican Church of Christ which was built by Bishop Steers in 1873 on the side of the Old Slave Market. There is a cross in the church which is made of wood from the tree under which Dr. David Livingstone died. Next to the Church you will visit the slave chambers, tiny rooms in which the slaves were kept before being auctioned.
From here we continue our tour to the Sultans Palace Museum, House of Wonders (Beit-el-ajaib built in 1883 and bombarded by the British Fleet in 1886), next to this you can also see the Old Fort, (built in 1700), moving along the sea front we come to the Jamituri Gardens where you can spend your evenings leisurely watching the brilliant sunset while you are enjoying the locally made dishes. From here we drive you to The Africa House formerly known as English Club, we then come to Tippu Tip house, (A notorious slave trader). We round up our tour by taking you to
the museum of Natural History and Peace Memorial Museum.