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Dar-es-salaam City Tour Full Day Excursion

Dar-es-Salaam Day Tours; Dar-es-Salaam offers a multitude of attractions for holidaymakers and other travelers to enjoy while visiting this historic city.

From the Dar-es-Salaam Marine Reserve to the Pugu Hills Forest Reserve and Bongoyo Island, the outdoors has a lot to offer in this picturesque city.

Take a trip to the Zoological Gardens and marvel at the plants and animals, or spend a quiet afternoon at the Dar-es-Salaam Botanical Gardens.

For those with a bit more time, there are many museums that offer a glimpse into this mysterious city’s past and colonial eras, such as the National Museum and the Village Museum.

Meaning ‘Haven of Peace in Arabic, Dar-es-Salaam began as a small fishing village and has become a melting pot of cultures, encompassing African, Arabic, and South Asian flavors.

But this city is anything but peaceful. A bustling metropolis of East Africa and the largest city of the exotic land of Tanzania, Dar-es-Salaam is a major port, which straddles some of the world’s most important sea routes.

With German, Asian, Swahili, and British architecture to appreciate, visitors will find no shortage of attractions to busy themselves with while on holiday in Dar-es-Salaam.

The city also has a few interesting museums, including the National Museum and the Makumbusho Village Museum.

On a nice day, you can head to the Botanical Gardens, while the colorful and vibrant Kariakoo Market and clock tower is also very popular with tourists and holidaymakers.

Those in search of sandy beaches to sun worship will do well to head to Oyster Bayor take the ferry to Bongoyo Island, while Kigamboni on the south coast has picturesque beaches that will enchant and captivate.

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