For me, Sang Island is a scam for walking several times on the Australian coast, South Africa coast, and several times in Europe and America!
Tickets are expensive (monopoly no competition 2.5 total distance of 450 dollars for an hour), poor environment!
Stone City is a city village, not as chaotic, dirty... Road drainage is not good.
The main road outside goes to nungwi, rotten to the appearance, just went to sangbulu can drive to doubt life. Less than 5 kilometers, go straight back to the hotel.
Eat, I dare not go out to eat in that environment. I spent three days at hotel verde. The cooking skills of this five-star hotel are bad to explode. There are still a lot of fly in the restaurant. 200 dollars a day! What a rotten place!
Of course, these places, such as Stone City, Paje and other places should have a lot of 20-50 one night youth hostels, suitable for people who are not demanding accommodation and want to experience life... The road to Paje is normal, at least 8-90.
Renting a car is not expensive, $45 a day RAV4
Not recommended to go to more people in Europe and the United States and Australia. Young people may be able to experience it!
Stone Town in the Zangerbar Islands is a very magical city. The doors of every house here are very delicate and beautiful, which seems to be a phenomenon of comparison. However, although they are beautiful, they are not rich at home. This may also be a local life custom. It is worth exploring.
The most famous of Zanzibar Islands is the Stone Town, and the most distinctive thing in the city is the door in Stone Town. The residents here pay attention to the facade. Even if the house is simple and simple, the door of the house must be carefully made. Yes, every door is very distinctive. The Stone Town is very small, if you only visit the Stone Town, you can finish it in half a day.
The Stone Town of Zanzibar is a thousand-year-old city that carries history and culture. Islamic-style churches, mosques, and local architecture. Old city gate, mottled houses. Crowded streets, noisy markets, noisy crowds. A small seaside town that blends black, Islamic, and Indian cultures, it’s worth seeing
One of East Africa’s World Heritage Sites is also called the City of Lilacs. Stone Town in Zanzibar is a coastal commercial city built by the Swahili people in East Africa. Zanzibar Stone Town has deep winding roads, noisy markets, many mosques, and richly decorated Arabic houses. The tall wooden doors of urban buildings are covered with copper nails, and the gorgeous patterns are meticulously carved, with a typical Arabic style. The Stone Town has well preserved the ancient town buildings. These exquisite and distinctive buildings integrate various cultures such as Africa, Arabia, India and Europe, and this culture has lasted for thousands of years.
Sand Island is suitable for a very cost-effective island! Stone Town is very suitable for taking pictures. There are many souvenir shops with winding paths and you can stroll for a long time. There is no need for a map, and sometimes we will meet a wonderful little shop when we walked. We ran into a small ice cream shop, which tasted unexpectedly good. If you know something about tanzanite, you can buy a few, the price is similar to the capital, or even lower. But it should be noted that the tanzanite blue in tanzanite is generally not cut very well, so pay special attention when choosing.