Culinary Stone Town
Take a culinary journey through Stone Town’s historical streets
While savoring the local treats, including a proper lunch, you will learn about the Stone Town and the life in Zanzibar. On this Zanzibar food tour you will have local snacks, lunch, see the market place, taste fresh fruit and end up with coffee at the famous Jaw’s Corner. This sharing tour gives a great insight into the unique Zanzibar cuisine.
Culinary Stone Town tour details
While the focus of the tour is in Zanzibar food, it also takes you to the market place, through many historical sites and the daily life of Stone Town. Zanzibar food is very vegetarian and vegan friendly, just let our guide know! For food allergies, please contact us ahead.Book online
What is included
Local English-speaking guide, snacks (bread, small bites, baked goods), lunch (several dishes including soup, fish and vegetables), water, fruit and coffee.
Good to know
Meeting point: Old Fort main entrance at 13:30. If you want hotel pick up anywhere in Zanzibar, let us know beforehand!
Tour duration: approx 2 hours
Tour is vegan friendly! Let us know about any diets beforehand.
Ask about Culinary Stone Town food tour
Would you like to eperience Zanzibar cuisine, but not ready to book yet? Or would you like to include a transfer from the beach? Contact us!
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I recently did a tour with Urban Adventures and I had a great experience. I learned a lot, and ate a lot of delicious food while having a great time, thank you for everything!
We booked on to the stone town tour & coupled it with the culinary experience as we are both big foodies and we’re keen to experience typical Zanzibar dishes. In the end we enquired via WhatsApp 08:45 and was booked on 09:30 for pickup 11:00 so this was great for us.
Our transfer was $80 return from Nungwi to Stone Town and arrived a little later than 11:00 but we didn’t mind - the driver was very quiet and did not speak to us at all. On arrival to Stone Town, Saida met us and we began the tour. Everything was included to the price and she blended very well the two tours meaning our experience was very natural as we went from historical site to small vendor shop to experience some local foods. The tour lasted around 6 hours and in that time we visited all major sites in central stone town - our highlight however was coffee at Jaw’s Corner with all the locals.
Saida is very knowledgable and keen to interact with her clients - prompting questions and making sure our experience met our expectations. Great Job Saida!
Mohammad was our guide and did an excellent job of explaining the history of Stone Town along with introducing us to new local foods. It is a great way to see Stone Town and try local food and stop at spots we never would have. I would recommend coming hungry because you will get more than enough food!