Stone Town Tour is an excursion to be done for guests interested in Zanzibar and who want to explore the city. It is a 3 hours tour located in Urban West coast of Zanzibar.
Vibrant and Cultural Experience on a Private Guided Tour of Zanzibar
This beautiful island of Zanzibar features an entire eastern coast and miles and miles of pristine sandy beaches.
Vibrant and cultural experience on a private guided tour of Zanzibar.
If you are a lover of lounging on the beach and are enthusiastic for snorkelling, a Zanzibar city sightseeing private tour is your destination for 2017!
There you will find fantastic beaches, vast coral reefs, relaxed atmosphere and seafood dishes that will make your holiday a memorable one.
The island is made up of various cultures such as Africans, Arab, Indian, Persian and European influences that have made what Zanzibar is today.
Zanzibar City is an ancient Island part of Tanzania if you love history and a mix of cultures you have came to the right place!
Such a combination of cultures makes this is an ideal destination for anyone due to the weather, regardless of the summer heat the lovely breeze blowing off the ocean
Experience the Exotic Spices and Ancient Stone Town on a Sightseeing Tour of Zanzibar
Zanzibar conjures up a lot of things in your mind such as the fabulous palm tree beaches, the pristine white sand.
Experience the exotic spices and ancient stone town on a sightseeing tour of Zanzibar.
However, there is so much more to do on guided tours in Zanzibar!
Take a spice tour, taste the exotic local dishes and walk through the winding cobbled streets of the capital’s ancient Stone Town.
This incredible world heritage site is full of the hustle and bustle you would expect, with street vendors and food stalls and a collection of colourful arts and crafts for you to buy.
Top 10 Things to Do in Zanzibar City
Travel Tips for Zanzibar City
There are two rain seasons from October to December and then February to early May, it is advisable maybe avoid these months for sightseeing tours. January is very popular with everyone going for the dry month in the middle. With globing warming, these seasons are changing so no guarantees you won’t get wet. The coast is hot and humid during the rain season and cooler during the rest of the year. The majority of the places are open all year round.
In Tanzania, the currency is the Tanzanian Shilling, and you get around 2194 Tanzanian Shilling for 1 dollar. To eat out is very reasonable, you can have a tasty traditional meal for as little as $3 and accommodation for one night B&B is around $10 - $100 depending on where you stay. The price of Safaris and game drives or vary with each private tour and the length of time you are on safari or overnight treks, but all well-priced to have the experience
No one should travel to Zanzibar and surrounding areas for any less than 3 weeks if at all possible and even then you are only scraping the surface of things to do and see. When going on private tour treks for a few days, it is advisable to pack light, your camera (which is a necessity!) and hiking boots should be the heaviest items in your backpack. Make sure you keep hydrated when in the sun and bring hot water bottle when cold especially at nighttime!
From June to September it is called the 'high season', and the weather is cooler and dryer this time of the year. October to February can be scorching, but as it also is during the 'little' rainy season, there can be rain too. January is supposedly the only month when it does not rain, and it is the best time to go temperature wise, not too hot and dry. Low season is March to May, and that is when it rains very heavily, not a very popular time!