Interesting part of african history. European looking fortress with long oman history. Beautiful views of old town and ocean. Worth seeing.
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We did this as part of a full day tour, so I do not have the experience of looking for a guide. We got a guide as part of our tour and found him very knowledgable and was able to tell us details that were...More
There is so much more than meets the eye with this monument. The best way to go about it is to get a guide. Most of them are very knowledegeable and help you to not be overcharged at the souvenir shops in and around Old...More
This is not good value for foreigners who are forced to pay a huge amount to get in compared with Kenyans. To see some old walls and canons this is as good as fraud! You will be accosted as soon as you get in by...More
Mzee (the 60old guide) kept close and followed me (until I engaged) politely I played along then it became assumed I hired him (earlier i refused when 2 fake guides outside accosted me aggressively holding up credentials...)"I have 20years fort experience" and he's Right- better...More
It is good to go there but the entry fees is quite expensive .so i had a look from outside but it was looking nice and it is near to old city
Being portuguese it was amazing to see live what our ancesters built as well as to perceive the vision of our leaders at the 15th century. The guide was very friendly and show every corner of the fort.
I visited the fort when I was 13yrs old and it was as historical as of yesterday. From sight and the story. Recently I went back but all I saw were too many modern renovations, small shops introduced inside the museum yet we have more...More
History is a way of remembering where we come from; no matter how painful. This helps generations not to repeat mistakes committed by their fore fathers. This sight does just that! This is the commemoration of the war waged by the British; you cannot come...More