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The bazaar was wonderful to visit. It was one of those hot humid days and I am glad we took water with us.I was enchanted by the history....sometimes very sad and the architecture of the buildings. I specially enjoyed the doors and the symbolism behind...More
Interesting traditional market to visit in Zanzibar. Spend 30-45 minutes to walk through it. Better to have someone local/tour guide to go with you. it's like a maze.
You will see spices, meat, vegetable, all in different sections of the market. Very interesting. Don't recommend...More
We went here twice and both times we were easier with a guide or a local highly recommend visit this way as they can give you an insight into all the weird and wonderful things you might see. Went through the seafood part and the...More
Even though it is a touristic destination the majority of people are locals.
The bazaar is located between the old and the new city and it is quite large.
We visited it during our walking tour accompanied by a guide.
He showed us some are...More
The time when your in Zanzibar (Unguja Island )Stone Town, is better to visit Darajani Bazaar. Some of the people called Darajani Market and some called Spice Market.
Its a big local Market in Stone Town, they sell a lot of things especial food which...More
This market makes you see the real zanzibar. It is just the local people and everyone sells spices, soap, vegetables and massage oils. If you are going to buy something you are going to bargain! Nice market, you should definitely see it when you are...More
I went on a walking tour on a Sunday & it was great.
Apparently Sundays are the busiest & most popular time to go.
The market was very busy & vibey with hundreds of people buying & selling goods.
They have a huge spice market...More
We got up early and walked over to it, but found it really small and dull compared with other similar markets elsewhere.
A few tuna being scaled. Some cows being butchered. Some fruit, vegetables and spices being sold. Really nothing special at all. The walk...More