Swahili cuisine is unique and widely varied. Specialty Foods of Zanzibar (Unguja & Pemba Islands) and along the coastal regions (Tanga, Bagamoyo, Mafia and Dar es salaam), spicy foods are common, and there is also much use of coconut milk. Regions in Tanzania's mainland also have their own unique foods. Zanzibar typical Foods they are exquisite cuisine that reflects the cultures that have made their own mark: Bold dishes infused with exotic spices, an intriguing variety of textures and mouthwatering flavors. If you’re seeking an authentic taste of Zanzibar cuisine or you are curious on how to make them…!! Then this is the only opportunity, get recipes direct from Swahili women.
A fantastic Half day experience, that begins with introduction of the useful plants (Roots Foods), spice, vegetable and fruits. Through the local of the Village, you will dive in the middle of Swahili Kitchen, get to know the right recipes, practice and taste.
Food Facts: Rice, Maize, Fish, Octopus, Goat, Chicken, Beef, Mutton, Curries, Mboga (Spinach, Sweet potatoes leaves, cassava Leaves), Ladyfingers, eggplants, better eggplants, Cassava, Yams, Potatoes, Bush potatoes, Green Banana, Beans, Breads (Chapati, Rice Loaf, Rice Pan,Wheat pan), Potatoes Balls (Kachor, Cutlesses), Badia and Samosas.
Tastes: Zanzibar is the island of spices; many things contains from 1 to 5 spices. Most of Spices uses are: Ginger, Curry, Black Pepper, Hot pepper, Cardamoms and cinnamon.
- Choice of morning or afternoon departure
- Ideal for the Family
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Professional Guide
- Swahili Lunch
- Bottled water
Know Before You Go:
- Pickup is 30 - 60 minutes prior to the booked tour start time
- May be operated by a multilingual guide
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
Price: $30 Per person in group of minimum 4 For Private Tour: $50 Per person minimum 2 Pax