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Stone Town, Zanzibar City, Tanzania
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Expensive for a quick tour, but of everything I saw I enjoyed this tour the most. If you like history Architect then it’s a must see. The guide gave us insight on the history and was well educated, we asked him many questions about current...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting slightly overgrown spot to see if you happen to be passing by on your Spice Farm tour. There is an English speaking guide to explain the history and use.

Thank LindyB69
Reviewed September 8, 2018

If you have one hour, this could be a way to spend that time. Some ruins of a glorious past, no water just white walls and empty rooms where you can try to imagine how it was running.

Thank Ema_il_viaggiatore
Reviewed September 5, 2018

Pretty average but then that is the nature of the monument. Skip if you are short of time there are better places to see.

Thank Factfinder90
Reviewed August 2, 2018

The baths are pretty self explanatory and fun to visit. We loved exploring all the white nooks. Though there is a guide telling you about the Sultan's history on his life and his family, we thought it was a bit expensive to pay $10 not...More

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Reviewed June 8, 2018 via mobile

Very interesting to see the baths used by the Sultan. Not a very big place do a short visit will satisfy your curiosity.

Thank AnnaDominica
Reviewed March 18, 2018

we stumbled upon the baths while exploring the cities. a lovely guide took us around and told us the history. It was interesting to see everything. super hot inside though!!! worth a visit

Thank Parismeow
Reviewed March 18, 2018

The Hamamni Persian Baths are well restored, thus providing a great visual to how locals spent their down-time for hundreds of years. We did not need a guide and simply walked through. It was really cool!

Thank LFreeman610
Reviewed February 26, 2018

We visited the baths in the middle of a walking tour. There was a man sitting in the entrance who explained some facts about how it used to look like and so on. Took about 10 minutes. If you have a good imagination I guess...More

Thank Alina Mariana C
Reviewed February 14, 2018

It took time and determination to find the Hamamni Persian Baths within the old Stone Town. But they worth it. The guide gives interesting explanation about this historical building. Ask to go to the top of the building to get an nice view of the...More

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