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:
Kenya has many national parks with a large variety of animals and the 2-day Safari in Tsavo East National park is the most requested Safari for tourists due to the number of animals that can be seen in such a limited time.
Explore the streets of Marrakech by tuk tuk on this half-day city tour. The itinerary is customized to your interests and will focus on hidden gems and secret spots. Plus, you’ll enjoy an authentic Moroccan experience by traveling around with your guide inside a tuk tuk, a motorized three-wheeled taxi.
Explore Marrakech in style by going on a Tuk Tuk tour. Leave the navigating to someone else for the day, as hotel pickup and drop-off is included. You’ll travel with ease with a private driver to take you past top sights as well as many unexpected hidden attractions. The best thing about this tour is that it can be customized based on your needs, so you’ll only visit places that interest you.
Experience Ethiopia’s magnificent rock-hewn churches on this all-day excursion. After a convenient airport pickup, explore the extraordinary structures carved into the Lasta Mountains centuries ago. Marvel at their impressive architecture, visit 11 churches including the important pilgrimage site of Bete Medhane Alem, and learn about the fascinating history of this UNESCO-designated site.
Personal interaction,Bungee Jumping Landmark of Orlando Cooling Towers, Soccer stadiums,Mandela and Desmond Tutu at Vilakazi street both Nobel peace prize awardees,Elephant HousesHector Pieterson, Freedom Square, Roman Catholic Church aka Regina Mundi and learn of their impact to liberation movement
Unusual Cairo day trip visiting Local Market Where you can see Egypt with Local Eyes in half day tour that enables you to see Egypt Countryside and see Local areas in Cairo by Tuktuk ride to Explore Egypt local neighborhoods. This is the best option for unusual Cairo attractions and sites
Johannesburg(New York of Africa) in South Africa is the second largest city in Africa, in 2016 there were 4.94 million people living in the City of Johannesburg. Joburg, or Jozi as some prefer to call it, offers visitors an experience as unique and diverse as the city itself. Whether you are on business, in search of a cultural encounter, an adrenaline rush or simply want to relax and unwind for a few days, the city of Johannesburg has everything you’re looking for and more!History. Settlement of Johannesburg began in 1886, when gold was discovered in the Witwatersrand by an Australian prospector named George Harrison. The discovery spurred a feverish gold rush as fortune hunters from all over the world descended on the area.
This is a full day trip in the ancient town of Axum. Axum is the center and cradle of Ethiopian civilization. The town of Axum is located in the northern Ethiopia in the Tigray national regional state. Axum located very close to Red Sea and Asmara the capital of Eritrea. Axum is a home to several ancient palaces, tombs, artifacts and other ancient historical objects. Axum is also believed to be the place where the original arc of the covenant is still reserved. The total duration of this tour is 11 hours. In this tour you will visit the following attractions: In the Morning: - Obelisks - Under ground tombs - Archeological museum - St. Mary Zion church (old & new monastery) - Church museum In the afternoon: - Swimming pool of Queen of Sheba - Ezana inscription -Tomb of King Kaleb and Gebremeskel - Queen of Sheba place and finally visit Judith stele fields.
Located 47km/30mi from Arusha, the Massai villages are a one-of-a-kind experience not to be missed. Let Rupia Adventure escort you on a Maasai Village Tour to visit fascinating communities like Okikareti ─ located in Oldonyo Sambu. This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to meet the kind and lovely Maasai people and learn more about their culture, traditions, society and way of life.During your Maasai Village Tour, you'll visit a local Maasai zoo, see how these semi-nomadic people grow their crops, learn how they prepare and store food, observe interesting local business activities and so much more! We'll also climb small mountains in the area where you can capture amazing photos to take home
This is the best tour that you will get to visit historical sites on the island of Mombasa learning the history of the Swahili people on the Kenyan coast together with the Mijikenda tribe which comprises of 9other subtribes.You will get to learn about the Indian Ocean trade in which locals traded with different people around the world for spice, gold and silver, giving back in return ivory, and other animal parts
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Accommodation for 28 nights during the volunteering program in Capetown, South Africa. Activities for experiencing local culture are included like learning Afrikaans for fun, use during trips and volunteer work and a local dance workshop to loosen up and have some fun. A pre-selected and organised volunteer project based on your selection and availability is also included. A thorough orientation upon arrival including various topics of local culture, personal well-being and appropriate behaviour.
Kibera is one of the worlds largest informal settlements. It is home to more than 600 000 inhabitants that live in an area not larger than central park in NY. A slum is characterized with lack of water, sanitation, formal housing and many other challenges. While visting Ghetto Gifts you will have the opportunity to learn more about Kibera but also about projects that are trying to make a difference. Part of profit from sales at Ghetto Gifts supports a girl child through the the Cup.org program. Objects for sale are unique and developed in partnership with different artists, musicians and designers and women groups and more from different ghettos in Nairobi.
This trip is a great opportunity to see Ethiopian endemic species of GeladaYour visit will benefit the park's effort to protect these great endemics and conserve the environment. The park is a UNESCO world heritage site and many species were once on an endangered list. The trip also gives employment and a market opportunity for the local shop owners, markets, restaurants, guides, scouts, mule hires, and many more. Also all the accommodations throughout your trip are owned and run by the members of the local community. Your needs associated with your travel will be served by the members of the community. As you visit the park you will stay in lodges run by the park. All the guides throughout the trip are locals who have had adequate trainings and experiences and scouts are hired from the park. Also for your trekking arrangements, we hire mules from the local farmers and purchase most of the items that are necessary for your stay from local shops.