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Anglican Cathedral

The Anglican Cathedral of Christ Church is a significant religious and historical landmark located in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. It holds great cultural and architectural importance and is one of the prominent places of worship on the island.

Forodhani Gardens

Forodhani Gardens is situated along the coastline and provides a beautiful setting for locals and tourists alike to relax, socialize, and enjoy the stunning views of the Indian Ocean. The name "Forodhani" means "place of foro" in Swahili, referring to a traditional Swahili dish that is commonly served in the area.

Mnemba Island

Mnemba Island is a popular scuba diving site, with a wide variety of corals and associated species, as well as occasional sightings of larger species such as turtles and dolphins. Calm conditions are most frequent in November and March, with maximum visibility. The island itself is privately owned and can be visited only as a guest.

Spice Farm

Zanzibar is known for its spice farms, which are one of the major attractions for tourists visiting the island. These farms offer visitors a chance to explore the rich variety of spices and learn about their cultivation and usage in Zanzibari cuisine and traditional medicine.

Muyuni Village & Ngonga Cave

Muyuni Village and Ngonga Cave offer unique experiences and contribute to the diverse attractions found on Zanzibar Island. Visitors can combine a visit to the peaceful village with an excursion to the fascinating cave to make the most of their time on the island.

Changuu Island

anguu Island, also known as Prison Island or Changuu Island, is a small island located off the coast of Stone Town in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The island is approximately 5.6 kilometers northwest of Stone Town and is accessible by boat.

Nakupenda Sandbank

Duration: 3 HoursEntrance Fee: Yes (Included in the Tour price)Wheelchair friendly: No (Sandy Beach)Sanitary facilities: NoRefreshments: Yes (included in the Tour price)Nakupenda SandbankNakupenda Sandbank is located at 5km from Stone Town. Around 25 minutes local...

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park is a renowned wildlife conservation area located in northern Tanzania. It is part of the larger ecosystem that includes Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, and the Serengeti. The park is named after the Tarangire River, which flows through the area.
Ranking as the 6th largest National Park in Tanzania and covering an area of 2,600 square kilometers, The Tarangire National Park is most popular for its large elephant herds and mini-wildlife migration that takes place during the dry season which sees about 250,000 animals enter the park.

Sultan’s Palace Museum

The Sultan’s Palace Museum, also known as the Beit al-Sahel or the House of the Breeze, is a historical museum located in Stone Town, Zanzibar. Stone Town is the capital of Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa.

The Sultan’s Palace Museum is situated on the waterfront, overlooking the Indian Ocean. It was originally constructed in the late 19th century as a residence for the sultans of Zanzibar. The palace was the official residence of the Omani Sultans during their reign over Zanzibar.

House of Wonders

The House of Wonders, also known as Beit-al-Ajaib, is a historic landmark located in Stone Town. It is a prominent and iconic building that serves as a testament to Zanzibar's rich cultural heritage.

The House of Wonders was constructed in the late 19th century and was initially intended to be a ceremonial palace for Sultan Barghash, who ruled over Zanzibar at the time. It earned its name "House of Wonders" due to its remarkable features, such as electricity, running water, and an elevator, which were considered remarkable technological advancements of that era.

Portuguese Fort

The Portuguese fort in Zanzibar refers to the historical structure known as Fort Jesus, which is located on the island of Zanzibar in Tanzania. While Zanzibar has a rich history of Portuguese influence, the main fortification in Zanzibar is of Omani origin.

Fort Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage site, was constructed by the Portuguese in the late 16th century. At the time, Zanzibar was an important trading center, and the Portuguese established a presence there to control the lucrative spice trade. The fort was designed to defend their interests and secure their dominance over the region.

Freddy Mercury House

Freddie Mercury, the legendary lead vocalist of the band Queen, was born on September 5, 1946, in Stone Town, Zanzibar (which was then a British protectorate, now part of Tanzania). Although he spent his early years in Zanzibar, his family relocated to India when he was a teenager.

Curio Shops and Souvenirs

Curio shops and souvenirs play a significant role in Stone Town’s tourism industry. These shops offer a wide variety of locally crafted items, traditional artefacts, and unique souvenirs that reflect the rich Swahili culture and heritage of Zanzibar.

“Carved Doors” in Stone Town

Zanzibar is known for its unique and beautiful carved doors, which are considered a traditional architectural feature of the region. These doors are typically found in Stone Town, the historic part of Zanzibar City, which is the capital of Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania. The Zanzibar curved doors are renowned for their intricate designs and craftsmanship.

Darajani Market

The Darajani Market stands out as a local and historic gem. This bustling marketplace has been a hub of trade and commerce for centuries, attracting locals and tourists alike.

Jozani Forest

Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park is a national park located in Zanzibar, Tanzania. It is the only national park on the island of Zanzibar and is known for its rich biodiversity and unique ecosystems. The park was established in 2004 and covers an area of approximately 50 square Km (19 square miles). One of the main highlights of Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park is its indigenous forest, which is home to a variety of plant and animal species.

Selous Game Reserve

The Selous Game Reserve is renowned for its diverse and abundant wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo’s, giraffes, zebras, and numerous bird species. It is particularly known for its large population of African wild dogs, also known as painted dogs or African hunting dogs. These endangered predators thrive in the reserve due to its vast and relatively undisturbed habitat.

Former Slave Market

During the 19th century, Zanzibar became a significant center for the slave trade in East Africa. Arab and Swahili slave traders, primarily of Omani origin, played a prominent role in this trade.

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