3 Days/2 Nights - Tour Details

No trip to Zanzibar is complete without a visit to the Unesco Heritage site of Stone Town. Our tour will take you to the most famous and wondrous sights of this old trade city. It starts with a visit to the main market of Stone town. This vibrant place is filled with locals bartering for the catch of the day and selecting the freshest fruit and vegetables. You will find a wide variety of exotic fruits and a large selection of herbs and spices.

You will then move to the Anglican Church built in 1874 on the site of the old Slave Market. Slavery was abolished in 1873 by the then current Sultan of Zanzibar. You will have the opportunity to visit inside the church where the alter is built on the site of the old slave whipping post. You will also be given a tour of the old slave chambers.

The tour will continue on to the Old Fort, the Peoples Palace and the House of Wonders. Stunning views of the Forodhani Market and the harbor can be had from the higher floors of the House of Wonders. Our guide will lead you through the narrow and winding streets of Stone Town where there will be time for shopping and exploring.

Our final stop of the day is Maruhubi Palace Ruins, famous because it was built to house the third sultan of Zanzibar’s harem of 99 wives. Recommend you bring a sun hat, sun cream and comfortable shoes.

Arrive at Zanzibar Airport/Sea port. Meet and greet and transfer to Stone Town at Tembo Hotel for dinner and overnight (HB).

After breakfast, half day walk at the stone town. After the tour, drive to Rasmichamvi Beach Resort for dinner and overnight (HB).

Have leisure at Rasmichamvi later transfer to the airport for your flight.

  •  Entrances fees.
  • Pick up and drop off from your Hotel.
  • Transport waiting charge.
  • Experienced Professional Tour guide.
  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  •  Medical Insurance
  •  Local & International Flights
  •  Visa
  •  Airport Taxes
  •  Expenses of a personal nature
  • Tips / Gratuities for the potters guides