Stone Town Tour Zanzibar
You have to remember that Zanzibar Old Stone Town was the Slave Center Market in Africa up to 6th June 1873. You will see tiny and dingy room where the slaves were kept (Slave Chambers) before sent to the auction table which was placed in the Old slave market. There is no trace remaining that can be a notably evidence of this forgotten slaves trade but the High alter of the Anglican Church stand exactly where it was the Weeping post. The weeping post used to determine how strong slave are,if slave wiped and stand still means strong and that result onto the best price in the market. If crying means so weak and that would result onto low priced.
You will then be driven or walk (optional) to National Museum of Zanzibar the (House of wonder built in 1883) to see many interesting relics from the time of the Oman Sultans as you will remember that Zanzibar ruled by Sultanate of Oman for couple of years, and also details of the early Explores, such as Dr. David Livingstone, Stanley, Speke and Barton etc. Then a drive along the beach road up to Forodhani Gardens where you will see the Old British Consulate (the house where the body of late Dr.Living stone was kept and later sent to Britain) Dr. David Livingstone dead at Chitambo (ZAMBIA) in 1882 but his body brought to Zanzibar and then sent to Great Britain
You will then visit the Arab Old Fort built (1700), High Court Building,Old German Consulate, Africa House – (former English Club) Tip Tip House,kelele Square, Old British Consulate, Orphanage Home, Forodhani Gardens, SultanPalace(Palace Museum)Also you will be luck to watch former French Hotel in Zanzibar, Custom House, Old Dispensary,Old Harbor are among the topic in this very guided tour in Zanzibar
Afterwards a leisure walking through the narrow streets of Stone town (old part of Zanzibar town) where most of the houses date back to more than 250 years.In this part of town you will find a lot of exotic small bazaars and shops. Meet Zanzibari People doing their local shopping (they are very friendly and assistance). Finally you will be taken to Maruhubi Palace Ruins built by the third Sultan of Zanzibar (Sultan Barhash bin (1880) and Dr.Living stone House built in (1866)