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Eureka Enterprises (owns and operates TourZanzibar.com), is a licensed tour consultancy, incorporated in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Our Tour consultants specialize in managing tours, business conference, and also, spend time in several countries around the world throughout the year to promote, and build relationship so as to ensure that our clients demand are met. Eureka Enterprises started in Zanzibar in 1984 with bed and breakfast guest house known as Pearl Guest House in the heart of Zanzibar stone town. TourZanzibar.com extends the representation the values and services offered by the Eureka Enterprises to continually improve service, provide great customer relationship and provide support for the growth of tourism in Zanzibar. And above all, We love Zanzibar!
Zanzibar Stone Town, is the heart of Zanzibar Island, a town originally built on a peninsula which has been inhabited by different and unique people that gave rise to its own unique and authentic mix of arabian and african architect that now cover the isles. The Zanzibar historic town offer excellent feel and learning adventures for those interested in the history and architecture. Enjoy local sea food culinary at the water front of Zanzibar Stonetown and watch the how the night unfolds.
TourZanzibar.com stone town guided tours take you along these narrow streets to discover the unique architecture, people and hours of roaming in the vast and excentric labrynth of narrow cobbled streets and alleys.
Contact us today to choose from several packages that have been tailor made to ensure that you get the enjoyable tour in Zanzibar stone town, Spice Tour or Jozani Rain Forest.
Bait-Al-Ajaib brings a unique looks to Zanzibar. This was a ceremonial palace for the ruling sultan, ie. Sultan Barghash.
Visit the massive structure that was a defence against the invading Purtugese seafarers built around 1700 by Omani Arabs.
Vist the hub of the slave trade in East Africa. The Anglican Church of Christ was built in 1887 on the main slave trade market to commemorate the end of slave Trade in East Africa.
A remarkable Structure exhibiting many ancient artifacts including David Livingstone's medical chest, a letter from Cairo written by J. Speke and photos of the Tippu Tip (1889).
Guaranteed to sharpen your senses and present the number of herbs to pick, smell and savour exotic fruits and spices of the Island.
Jozani forest is an important refuge for the remaining Unguja fauna such as the rare Red Colobus Monkeys, and a sanctuary for rare birds.