Stone Town Visit

In the early 19th century, under the rule of Omani Arabs, Zanzibar was East Africa’s major slave trading hub strategically located between the mainland and their final destinations, namely Oman and Persia, Seychelles and Mauritius.

Take a walk down Zanzibar’s memory lane in the company of a knowledgeable guide. The historical section of Stone Town is now an acknowledged UNESCO World Heritage. Its narrow streets and most of the houses bordering these are past one and a half centuries old and stand witness to times bygone.

Stone Town excursion is composed of a series of attention-grabbing discoveries. This includes the ancient slave market and cells, the National Museum, the House of Wonders, the Old Fort, the Sultan’s Palace as well as cathedrals and mosques. The visit includes time to shop for souvenirs and handicrafts in the animated bazaars.


Half-day excursion. Starting around 9:00 am.
You may choose a private excursion, which allows you to set your desired time of departure.

It is advisable to wear walking shoes and a hat or cap and to bring some money if you wish to buy souvenirs, local handicraft and artifacts.

Lunch is not included.