Stone Town Tour: A live with buzz of locals bartering fresh vegetables and baskets of tropical fruits, amongst the heady smell of Jack fruit (amongst many other toxic fruits) we continue on the site of a cathedral built in 1874. The Cathedral signifies a potent time in Zanzibar’s history and stands on the sight of a past slave market. Abolished in 1873 by decree of the Sultan Zanzibar, the cathedral’s high altar stands on the exact site of the whipping post that was in the market, from here we visit the residence of the late Sultan of Zanzibar, Tip Tip House Lod Fort, Peoples Palace and the House of Wonders, Full of intrigue from days of long ago. The tour end with a stroll down the narrow streets of the old Stone Town, the heart of Zanzibar’s vivacious history.
Prison Island Tour: Earning its namesake as a former prison for slaves, and a quarantine station for Kenya, Uganda and then Tanganyika, nowadays the island gives you the chance to escape for some peace and quite, A hundred year old giant tortoises act as unlikely vigilant over the island and you cannot help but wonder what tales they would tell if only they could talk, Approximately one kilometer long and quarter of a kilometer wide, the location is perfect for swimming & snorkeling after a stroll round the island. Keep the best till last because it really like diving into champagne the water is so clear.
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