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Experience - Tanzania

Concert and dinner at the Mtoni Palace Ruins


  • Experience a traditional concert with Taarab music or modern Zanzibar music!

  • Includes a delicious dinner buffet with local dishes and a guided tour through ruins.

  • This experience can be booked with our Zanzibar round trips "From the Serengeti to Zanzibar: dream beaches and safari" or "Oman & Zanzibar: 1001 Nights and dreamy white beaches."


Are you interested in a fantastic evening with delicious food, traditional music, and a historical ambience? Experience Zanzibar's Arabian flair during this magical night!



  1. Tanzania
  2. Northern Tanzania

Tonight you will experience tradition and culture in a historical atmosphere! You will be picked up at your hotel in Stone Town and taken to the Mtoni Palace Ruins. Before the concert, your experienced guide will tell you about all of the interesting facts that surround you.

Finally, as the ancestral sounds of Zanzibar's culture begin to play, your local cuisine will be brought out to you. Enjoy the sounds of Taarab or modern Zanzibar music while the twinkling stars and the glistening moon shines above.

Please note: The experience always takes place on Fridays, and the price is calculated for 2 - 3 participants.

Duration: 6:30 PM - approx. 8:00 PM

Duration of the trip: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Date of the trip: 6:30 PM

Service & Notes

With effect from June 1, 2019, the use of disposable plastic bags is prohibited in Tanzania and will be punishable. The ban applies to passengers arriving at airports and land borders, so be sure to get rid of your standard duty-free bags and plastic bags in your hand luggage or checked baggage.

Expect strict checks upon entry. Ziplock bags, which are mainly used for cosmetics, are also subject to this ban. For example, we recommend transparent pouches with a zipper since they are clearly not disposable items, but designed for more prolonged use. The use of plastic bags for purchases in the country is also prohibited.

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