Stone Town City Tour

Stone Town City Tour

Explore Stone Town on a guided walking tour to visit historical sites like the former slave market, Freddy Mercury House, and the old Arab Fort.

Activity Details

  • Duration: Half day
  • Starts at: Around 9:00 AM
  • Location: Zanzibar
  • Availability: On request
  • Price from: $70 USD

Activity Description

Departing from the hotel after breakfast, get ready for your city tour, a guided walking tour through Stone Town, visiting historical sites within the narrow alleyways of the old stone city. It includes visits to the former slave market site, now an Anglican Church built in 1871, the town market, Freddy Mercury House, the old Arab Fort (Ngome Kongwe), Palace Museum, and Old Indian Dispensary (cultural center). After the tour you will be transfered back to your hotel.

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