Sail over Mangapwani Beach Restaurant, in the northern part of Stone Town, pass over Prince Salme’s Spice Garden. The day tour includes visiting the old cave of Mangapwani, discovering the slave chambers used to hide slaves during the abolition in 1873, and visiting the old village of Bumbwini to discover the economic and cultural activities. Depending on the time of year, this can be an excellent tour for doing pristine snorkeling, relax down the beach, taking authentic Swahili lunch, and discover the village of Mangapwani sipping some coconut juices.
At Mangapwani Beach Restaurant, visit the old cave where the local peoples used to fetch some water for their normal consumption. Discover the magnificent village of Bumbwini where past history happened there. Relax and have some authentic Swahili lunch over beautiful natural restaurant with tidal winds. This is the opportunity to discover the slave chambers where the slaves were kept for the purpose of working in sugarcane plantations in Mauritius. After having full day relaxation head back to Stone Town with your traditional dhow, your friendly guide will tell you all the story of ancient Zanzibar.
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