Dar Es Salaam City
Dar Es Salaam City

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Dar Es Salaam City
Dar Es Salaam City

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Askari Monument
Askari Monument

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Dar Es Salaam City
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Dar Es Salaam Day Tour with Lunch - 8 Hours Guided Tour


Located along the coast of the Indian Ocean, Dar es Salaam is the largest city in Tanzania and home to a wide range of people and cultures. Known for its beaches, islands, seafood and music, the city is brimming with a variety of activities for every type of tourist.

 


Itinerary

 

Kivukoni Fish Market - We will pick you up from your location in the morning hours and start out tour to Kivukoni Fish Market. This is the busiest fish market in Dar-es-Salaam, where most fishermen come after their fishing expedition to sell their catch in wholesale. You will see red snapper, lobster, prawns, squid, barracuda and shellfish fresh from the Indian Ocean. You can buy corrie shells that are found along the Tanzania Indian ocean coastline.


Botanical Gardens and Karimjee Hall - After leaving Kivukoni Fish Market, we will start a trip to see Botanical Gardena and Karimjee Hall. Along the way you’ll see the Ocean Road Hospital and the State House. Botanical Garden were established a hundred years ago by Germans, they feature a wonderful selection of indigenous plants, including purple bougainvillea, blue jacaranda, scarlet flame trees and red hibiscus as well as the coco-de-mer palm tree, native to Seychelles. Opposite the garden is Karimjee Hall where you willl be able to see the fantastic architecture while your guide explains the history behind the building.

National Museum - Next you’ll visit the National Museum which is located close to the State house. In the museum you will find Dr. Leakey's findings from Olduvai Gorge including the skull of Nutcracker man (Zinjanthropus bosei) and other human fossils are displayed. The Museum have many items that were used in the olden days by various tribes in Tanzania including collection of tribal ornaments, head – dresses, witch-craft paraphernalia and traditional musical instruments collected from various regions inTanzania.

 

Next satop is Mwenge Carvers Market, which is made up of small shops with stands displaying carvings of different kinds, traditional dresses, the Tinga Tinga paints and more. You’ll be able to browse the stalls, chat with the carvers and buy souvenirs if you wish.

 

After that you’ll visit the Makumbusho Village museum which is more interactive than the National Museum, allowing you to get a feel for the whole of Tanzania in a very short time.

 

Kariakoo Market is our next stop, this is the busiest and most exciting market in Dar es Salaam where you will be able to enjoy an authentic Tanzanian shopping experience. Here you will see exotic fresh produce and local textiles in the center via University of DarEs-Salaam. You can also enjoy Tanzania lunch in one of the many local restaurants here.

 

Next stop will be the Mnazi Mmoja Park, which is a Beautiful park near the city centre with a symbolic Uhuru Torch Monument, built to celebrate the country's Independence in 1961.

 

You will then visit Samora Avenue to see and learn about the historical Askari Monument.

 

Then you’ll visit the beautiful old Azania Front Lutheran Church and take in the views of Dar Es Salaam harbor view from the roof.

 

In the late afternoon when we will drop you off at your destination

Package Includes

  • Bottled water

  • Lunch and refreshments

  • English speaking driver/guide

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Entry/Admissions

  • Government Tax and VAT

Package does NOT include

  • Items of personal nature (Alcohol drinks, cigarettes, phone calls)

  • Visa, flight, or ferry fees

  • Hotel/Lodge

  • Departure tax (If any)

  • Any other activities not detailed on this itinerary

  • Tips

*Total Cost 
 1 person 300 USD pp | 2 people 260 USD pp
 3 people 140 USD pp | 4 people 120 USD pp
 5 people or more 100 USD pp


Cancellation Policy

- A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price

- The rest of the payment should be paid 15 days before the tour date 

- The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is canceled up to 30 days before the tour date

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