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We have visited to buy coffee and some spice. Must bargain for it. And try to buy from same person than you can have economy’s of scale for a greater discount. Unfortunately we have not find everything we are looking for in the same place....More
Darajani Bazaar was one of our fist guided attraction in Stone City. The bazaar itself has a long history. These days is mainly a food market (seafood, meat, fruits, grains, spices), but there are also shops selling a number of different goods. It's an interesting...More
Large market in the old town of Stone Town. Divided into 3 parts: Vegetables and fruits, meat (all types) and fish. It is recommended to visit only the vegetarian part becouse of the smell in the two other parts. The prices of spices are higher...More
As the market stands out to be a market place where many gets supplies and mostly food, the visit to Darajani is not for everyone. For those people who grew up in same setting, there is no need to go there and especially if you...More
Nothing like local market to enjoy an authentic experience. This garden is open all day, but about 6pm local vendors start preparing their stalls to sell food.This is a great place to sample local cuisines.There is so much variety - very affordable and prepared fresh.If...More
Busy place where the locals shop and you can too - lots of fresh fruits, bread and spices. You don’t need to take is as a tour, just walk around and get lost for an hour or two - it is not that big. The...More
My husband and I took a tour of Stone Town with a guide on our last day. The bazaar was really interesting, but the walkways were very tight and all of the commotion was overwhelming. There was so much to see, smell, hear and I...More