Dar es Salaam is dynamic, colorful and diverse. Originally a small fishing village known as Mzizima it’s now a bustling city and hub for East African business and trade. Packed with interesting culture, history, food and people our Dar es Salaam city tour will give you a taste of one of East Africa’s most exciting cities. These are a few of the things you’ll see on the tour:
Take your taste buds on a journey around Dar es Salam multicultural cuisine on this 2-hour private food tour. Learn about the city’s historical culinary influences while exploring the town and traditional eateries, and enjoy up to 10 food stops to try local specialties and goodies. Sample fresh samosas, Mutton Kebabs, Masala Tea, Seasonal fruits, Mendoza and Fresh juices, stuffed Chicken, traditional coffee, and more. * Private 2-hour food tour of Dar es Salam *Enjoy up to 10 food stops in eateries and markets. * Choice of departure times and personalized attention from a private guide.* Learn about Tanzanian multicultural cuisine and food hot spots.
A tour of the senses! Discover why Zanzibar is also known as "spice island" by visiting the spice plantation, where you will have the opportunity to touch, feel and taste all the exotic spices. Learn about the healing properties of some spices and the incredible variety of flavors and textures such as cinnamon, clove, vanilla and nutmeg. If you are interested, you can also shop.Then we drive back to the island capital "Stone Town". The tour begins with a visit to the Darajani Market, where you can quickly immerse yourself in the chaotic tumult of colors, voices and smells. Through narrow and winding streets of this fascinating city from the cathedral to the famous "House of Wonder". After this tour you have time for personal exploration. Then you can enjoy the most beautiful sunset in Zanzibar. Necessities: T-shirt, long pants, comfortable footwear and a cover for shoulders and knees.
You will visit the famous prison island, which has many other names where you can take a photo with giant turtles Visit the old prison and the former quarantine zone, Relax on the beautiful beach and enjoy the clear waters Enjoy the delicious lunch on the island of Nakuppend, which is also called the "Vanishing Island"
A tour to Bagamoyo historical town, will enlighten tourist of how and where slaves and slavery trade were conducted in East Africa, it will educate tourist about Colonial error by visiting Old Boma which was the First German East Africa State House in East Africa, Old Fort, Kaole Ruins, Catholic Museum, Crocodile Farm, Old Port in East Africa, get the history of Caravanserai, The First Cross erected by the Missionary on the coast of East Africa, Dr. Livingstone’s Church, the fish market and many others places if time permits.
The history of Zanzibar would be incomplete without the cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper, vanilla and many other spices. The Island was once the world's leading producer of cloves and the cloves industry was the foundation of the golden age of Zanzibar. A visit to the huge spice plantation in Zanzibar, this will give you the opportunity to touch, smell and taste different spices and tropical fruits.
Gain an intimate perspective of Dar es Salaam on a private walking tour. Be immersed in the city’s ambience as you explore on foot and by public transport and learn about its history and culture from your guide. Benefit from the comprehensive itinerary to tick off several top attractions, including the National Museum, St. Joseph Church, and Kariakoo Bazaar, in just a half day.
I'm Kibwana born and raised in Dar es salaam. I'm.easy going and passionate. I’have been working in the Market for more than 5 years.And now switched to another job. We own family workshop in Kariakoo Market since 1978 to this recently. I know a lot of hidden gems in my city.Dar es salaam has the intriguing history,Kariakoo is the most ancient and symbolic market in East Africa.Which contributes substantial economy in Dar es salaam city.Has played a huge role on substancial economic in Tanzania after the colonial rule in Tanganyika.The market is huge and divided into common 3 areas. We will have the chance to explore all the surroundings and maybe we shall sample some of wares.I have found that most of the people book my tour for a specific needs in the Market. So don’t worry if you need to buy like souvenirs let me know we can customize the tour send me advance notice.Come and immerse your self into the way of Swahili lifestyle and enjoy the memorable experience.
OUR PROGRAMSWe offer tailor made itineraries that cover wildlife safaris, mountain trekking, cultural tourism, nature walk, historic site visit, beach holidays, Kilimanjaro Trekking and much more. We also allow visitors to suggest their custom made itineraries.
Once you land in Dar es Salaam we will be waiting for you, any day of the week with premium days being Friday to Sunday.Don’t forget to add a nightclub tour to your list of things to do in Dar es Salaam City! This tour will guide you like VIP through the ultimate Dares Salaam City night-time scene, from trendy bars and stylish lounges to a plush nightclub. The tour gives you easy entry past the bouncers, complimentary drinks, eat local street food, meet locals, and dancing all night in the city that never sleeps!
Safari Mikumi Udzungwa is the best Southern Tanzania safari starting from Dar esalaam. Unspoiled and almost unexplored Southern Tanzania parks are becoming popular as some people seek to experience new things.Affordable Southern Tanzania safari to Mikumi and Udzungwa is special for those who visit Dar es Salaam for business purposes but still can be customized for holidaymakers and can include Selous game reserve or Ruaha National park or both with Zanzibar beach extension.The unique Tanzania’s wilderness, Southern circuit safaris which is more-less uncrowded when compared to the Northern circuit offers special experience due to its remoteness. The southern is almost untouched and unexplored try this safari Mikumi Udzungwa to witness this.
Game drives & trekking comes together in one journey.Trekking in Udzungwa will take travelers to one of the highest peak in Morogoro which harbour a fantastic natural swimming pool and views of Kilombero Sugar can valley.
Gain first hand experience of the social issues facing Dar es Salaam – living conditions of families, rapid urbanization, infrastructure issues and the urban environment. You will visit markets and meet the people who work and innovate in the informal economy, and hear about the struggles they face.
Amboni, have been associated with fascinating stories of a deity residing in the caves where traditional rites are still continuing to be held up to the present time. Ethnic groups such as the Segeju, Sambaa, Bondei and Digo who lived near the caves used it for prayers. There are chambers treated as sacred chambers for worshipping some spirits. One of them is called “Mzimu wa Mabuvu”. Some believe that there is a powerful deity which can alleviate their sickness, sufferings or increase their fertility.This is where Osale Otanga, the person who gave colonialists a hard time lived. The caverns are associated with dazzling stories. One cavern was allegedly used as a hideout by a famous Pre-Uhuru pair of Robin Hoods in the 1950s Mau Mau insurrection.The cave attracts tourist as well as students for their geography lessons.
Very interesting city tour of Dar es Salaam5/5We are a swedish couple who 19/7 attended a day-tour of Dar es Salaam. Our guide Patrick is very knowledgable about all things Tanzanian. The tour let us experience the more "common" sights like the Fishmarket and Village-museum but also took us outside of the beaten path to other areas and neighborhoods around town . That gave us a rather unique cultural experience. It was obvious that our guide went to great lengths to make us experience a taste of the "real" Dar es Salaam.On comparison with other companies this full-day-tour was delivered at a very good price and offered excellent value for money.All in all we can recommend Nodven Tour with Patrick as a guide as a very entertaingi and enlightening way to spend a day in Dar es Salaam
This accommodated adventure tour will take you from East to Southern Africa experiencing some of the best attractions along the way. From the tropical island of Zanzibar to the thundering Victoria Falls via Lake Malawi and finishing with two of Southern Africa's great game parks - Matobo NP and Kruger.
On this tour clients will benefit a visit of two Parks at the same time, Uluguru mountains at Morogoro and a visit to udzungwa to explore the udzungwa waterfalls, arriving at Udzungwa National Park, clients will do the hiking and swim on the waterfalls after the hiking. Udzungwa is very famous for its Monkeys and Birds species. The picnic lunch will take place at the beautiful view overlooking the kilombero river.Clients will have a chance to do a game drive on the route to Mikumi national park Sideways. At game drive, en-route clients can see a rich variety of bird species, large numbers of giraffe, buffalo and elephants.
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Stroll through Old Dar es Salam streets as our insightful local guides tell you all about Local heritage, they're stormy past and share with you the tales you wont find in any guide book.From the meeting place, we will walk along Samora Avenue, Habour Street and Temple Road. We will then shuttle downtown using a tri-cycle (s) to Karikaoo shopping center. After a 360 view, we will return to Garden Avenue for a history lesson at the National Museum or carry out a special activity as per your request.
Day 1Early morning: We pick you from your hotel or at the airport in Dar Es Salaam and begin a trip to Mikumi National Park (5/6 hours trip)You will eat lunch en route to Mikumi National Park in Morogoro townYou will reach Mikumi National Park in the afternoon and begin game drives, where you will be able to see animals such as Lions, Buffalos, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Zebras, Impalas, Warthogs, elephants, hippos, more than 300 bird species and various plant species. Then we drop you off at your Hotel in Mikumi Center.
You will be picked up from your Lodge/Hotel at 7:30am in Dar Es Salaam city center and proceed to Selous game Reserve with picnic lunch boxes, Late afternoon, boat safari along the mighty Rufiji River, You will discover the Rufiji River by boat, encounter hippos and crocodiles in good numbers. Some 350-bird species have been recorded in the Selous Game Reserve. Then drive back to your camp(African Safari Camp) for dinner and overnight