The oldest, historical part of Zanzibar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is full of backstreets, squares and courtyards which hide mosques and magnificent, though slightly tarnished by the tooth of time, houses. Discover Swahili architecture, which is an unusual combination of Arabic, Hindu and African styles. Feel the atmosphere which will force you to reflection and will not let you pass indifferently by the rich history of Zanzibar. Observe the daily life of the city’s inhabitants.

zanzibarskie drzwi w stone town
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If you ever wondered how cloves grow, this is the perfect tour for you! Awaken your senses as you walk among cinnamon and banana trees, coconut palms or clove trees. Amazing culinary inspiration.

You can touch, smell and taste everything! It’s truly an amazing experience, and admission is only $5 per person. The spices and other products offered around here are way overpriced, we recommend buying them at Darajani Market.

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You don’t have to be a professional to try this adventure! Diving centers in Zanzibar offer courses for beginners and for those more advanced. Admire the coral reef in the most famous underwater reserve on Zanzibar – Mnemba Atoll. It is an area of several kilometers of shallow reef. In combination with crystal clear water it creates a beautiful, colorful underwater world full of life.

If you do not want to dive with a cylinder, you can enjoy the reef from the water surface with the help of fins and a mask for snorkeling. Wear a T-shirt to avoid sunburn!

snorkling przy rafie koralowej
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A small island that is hiding many secrets. In the mid-19th century it served as a prison for slaves who rebelled against the system. Later it was a place of isolation for yellow fever patients.

Today it is inhabited mainly by Seychelles land giant tortoises. It is one of the largest and longest-lived turtle species in the world. They can weigh up to 300 kg and consume about 25 kg of food per day!

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