Want to visit a city that is blended with Arabic, Indian and African culture and style, plus a little bit of European sense? Or want to sense the air with a heavy scent of cloves?
Zanzibar, a distant island ringed with sparkling, azure seas and impossibly white and empty beach should be one of those interesting places for you to visit and explore! No worries, Zanzibar is low in political coups and high in bliss charged activities though.
Pictures below are some of the places of interest that you may not want to miss should you travel there:
This is from “The Slave Market and Memorial,” Do you know that the slave trade in Stone Town for some 30 years after it was abolished in 1870 (correct me if I am wrong)?
Dr. Livingstone’s house. It was build for a Sultan and inhabited by many Victorian explorers and missionaries.
Sultans’ sitting room from The Palace Museum for the Sultans’ from 1890s to 1964.
The Peace Memorial Museum.
The Nasur Nurmohamed Dispensary, a beautiful building and cultural centre.
Traveling tip on when is the best time to travel to there? Well this interesting place, Zanzibar with a population of approx. 620,000 is best to visit from September to March.
Frankly there are many outstanding buildings to be seen, and people are saying that these interesting places will leave you with a lot of romantic history and memories though!
Are you tempted to skip these places of interest in favor of the beach?