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Zanzibar Spices and Heritage Centre

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A festival of color and fragrance

I have never been to a Spice Farm before. The guides that show you around are fun and know a lot... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2017
MAldrigui
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São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Kids loved it

Okay on this one we were not sure whether our kids will enjoy the visit or not and they really... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2016
Choubibou
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Dublin - Ireland
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“two hours”(2 reviews)
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Zanzibar Spices and Heritage Center is an authentic spice farm of Zanzibar where we grow traditionnally a vast range of spices and tropical plants following organic farming principles. We organize spice tours with our enthusiastic guide. Come...more
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Kidichi, West district, Tanzania
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+255 777 414 461
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We enjoyed the culture of Stone Town and the rich history Zanzibar has to offer from beautiful buildings and shops to freddy murcury’s home finishing off on the spice farms we guessed our way through...smelling, tasting and taking in the richness of the land! Another...More

Thank tjhusie
Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

One od The best place ever. Our Guide Has shown us everything and explain how does every plant grows. Great Time with amazing people. Every question Has had a Long answer. Now we know almost everything about Zanzibar!!! I recomend Mustafa Kassimu. His Phone: +255773915006....More

Thank Karolina D
Reviewed 23 February 2018

Here you can find the best spices. People from around the world come to select ang take away with them to their country the spice available from here.

1  Thank Ranjan K
Reviewed 5 October 2017

a very interesting and knowledge experience, almost two hours guided tour, a lot of spices and trees.

Thank Haim D
Reviewed 3 August 2017

I have never been to a Spice Farm before. The guides that show you around are fun and know a lot about spices. Be aware they are all going to charge you extra tips by the end of the tour.

Thank MAldrigui
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Our guide took us here. We enjoyed it alot . It was interesting to see tropikal fruits and herbs on tree. Our guide showed and explained everything . You need a guide to tell things there . Enjoy it :)

Thank durefsan
Reviewed 12 March 2017

First, to be clear, there isn't one single place that does spice tours... Instead lots of small farms / people in Kidichi have propped up tours for tourists as demand for these have risen - Beware: most are tourist trap!!! You will likely to be...More

11  Thank Luigi D
Reviewed 12 February 2017

Average interesting guided tour through spice garden made for tourists. Locals trying to sell ordinary stuff for high prices and getting tip from the visitors.

2  Thank vegaholu
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This was an interesting tour. There were several spices that I had not seen growing before. The man that shins up the coconut tree is amazing. The only down side to this tour is that at the end of it you are asked for a...More

4  Thank harte
Reviewed 21 December 2016 via mobile

Okay on this one we were not sure whether our kids will enjoy the visit or not and they really loved it! The staff is very welcoming and have handcrafted hats/rings/a tie/bracelet out of banana or coconut leaves for the kids and us. It's very...More

Thank Choubibou
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