How about combining a Spice Tour and Stone Town Day Tour to get the most out of your stay in this historic town?
This Zanzibar tour offers existing verification of an affluent artistic inheritance and blended cultural influences of Arab, Indian, Persian, European and local African. Galago Tours also prefer the Government spice farm; drop off for a walk from plot to plots which grown/planted spices, fruits and some veggies. (Dig, pick, taste and smelling some roots, leaves, fruits and barks of different spices) then guessing exactly what you see, sense and experience.
Ancient buildings with ornately imprinted timber doors dappled by balconies, terraces and loggias line the slender zigzag alleys. Explore The Central Fresh Market, Former Slave Market which includes Dungeons, Sculptures and the Church, Old German Consulate, The Africa House, Tip-Tip House, Old British Consulate, Orphanage Home, Old Fort, Forodhani Garden, The House of Wonders, Sultan Palace Museum, Custom House, Old Dispensary, Old Harbor etc. in approximately 2 hours.
The Spice Tour
Drinking of tea follows such as masala, lemon grass and vanilla all this go with sweet Zanzibar peanut brittles. Watching a coconut climber is an ingredient of a tour (Drink some young coconuts n tasting all seasonal fruits).Sitting on a mat at the village at the end for lunch. Mbeya spiced rice, served with turmeric-coconut sauce, beef marinated/tenderized with ginger and English spinach cooked in coconut. “Self service”. The categories of fruits served after delicious meal. I also tip The Former Slave market site for the group plus the Central fresh market. Duration 3hrs
Time is flexible but standard departure time for this Spice Tour is 9am.