Ideal for the last days for spicies. You will find the local production of spicy (ginger, pepper...) for a cheap price and a good quality. I recommand this market if you want to taste to the local atmosphere of stone town.
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.............This is not a Tourist Attraction as such But a Must Visit to see and Witness How the Locals buy and do shopping for their dai-lii supplies or House-hold good-ii's! The Hustle & Bustle is a Very Enjoyable experience if you have traveled around Poorer...More
We enjoy visiting markets when we travel, so we stopped at Darajani. The spice portion of the market was fine, nothing to write home about. The meat/fish section smelled awful and was very dirty. Definitely don't eat anything from here!
What an experience, doesn't matter if you've been to other markets (and we've been to many), it is a worthwhile experience. On the fresh fish, meat and poultry areas the smell can be overwhelming, but once you move into the spices, the smells are very...More
Having lived my life in the western world, this market was an experience. A wide variety of food stuffs where the locals buy. From the pungent odor of the fish market (no refrigeration) to the heady aromas of spices, your nose will get a workout....More
While I can appreciate the fact that this market and all of old Stone Town is a cinematographers dream it was somewhat overwhelming for me. We did have a guide walk us through, which was well worth the price, to help us navigate the windy...More
I guess it's a novelty for some people, but coming from India, we had seen loads of markets similar to Darajani. A busy open air market selling fruits, vegetables and spices.
Really lively place which is nice to see. Lots of food and spices everywhere to eat or to use as gifts for people.