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Dar Es Salaam City Tour Half Day Excursion covers Tanzania’s largest city and logistical center, Dar Es Salaam, which is situated on the Indian Ocean coast. Although it is affectionately referred to as “Dar,” but Dodoma is actually the capital city of the nation. Dar Es Salaam, which is situated on a sizable natural harbor in southern Tanzania, is predominantly a port city.
Although the name “Dar Es Salaam” means “haven of peace,” the city, but is the home to approximately 3 million people, is far from quiet. Most travelers stop at Dar Es Salaam on their way to one of Tanzania’s magnificent southern national parks, like the Nyerere, Mikumi, and Ruaha, or to take a ferry to the fascinating Zanzibar archipelago.
Your hotel location may cause the City Tour itinerary to deviate from what is stated below because of location differences.
After breakfast we’ll take you straight to Kivukoni Fish Market. This is Dar Es Salam’s busiest fish market, because most fishermen come after their fishing expedition to sell their catch wholesale. Fresh from the Indian Ocean, This is the best spot because you’ll see red snapper, lobster, prawns, squid, and barracuda. Corrie shells found along the Tanzanian Indian Ocean coastline can be purchased.
The Ocean Road Hospital and the State House are visible after leaving Kivukoni Fish Market. So You’ll have the opportunity to visit the nearby Botanical Garden, which was founded by Germans a century ago. So you’ll be able to see the fantastic architecture of Karimjee Hall opposite the garden while your guide explains the building’s history. The Botanical Gardens now have a wonderful selection of indigenous plants, including purple bougainvillea, blue jacaranda, scarlet flame trees, and red hibiscus, as well as the Seychelles-native coco-de-mer palm tree.
The Mwenge Carvers Market is made up of little stores with kiosks where carvings of all sorts, traditional clothing, Tinga Tinga paints, and other things are displayed. You can look around the booths, and talk to the woodcarvers, and if you choose, purchase souvenirs. Following that, you’ll go to the Makumbusho Village Museum, which is more interactive than the National Museum and lets you quickly get a sense of the entire country of Tanzania.
Drive to the vibrant Kariakoo Market in the city center, which features exotic fresh produce and local textiles, before driving to Mnazi Mmoja Park. Beautiful park near the city center with the symbolic Uhuru Torch Monument, built in 1961 to commemorate the country’s independence. Lunch will be served to the restaurant that will be close to area of attraction where you will be treated to authentic Tanzanian hospitality and cuisine. After lunch, you’ll continue with the tour to Clock Tower and St. Joseph’s Cathedral which was built in the Gothic style hundreds of years ago.
You’ll visit Samora Avenue because of historical Askari Monument so see and learn then you’ll go to the lovely old Azania Front Lutheran Church and look out over the Dar Es Salaam harbor from the roof. When the tour concludes in the late afternoon, we will return you to your hotel. It’s been a long day, and you’ve seen and learned so much about Dar Es Salaam.
But the list above only includes a few of the things to do in Dar Es Salaam for a day trip, but this link provided can show you many more. Click here
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