Zanzibar is located in the Indian Ocean 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania, a breathtaking spot to escape from the world. You’ll enjoy clear, turquoise-blue water; shallow sandbars perfect for wading; and many small, nearly deserted islands virtually untapped by tourists.
This 5-day safari to the Selous Game Reserve, which is one of the largest faunal reserves of the world, located in the south of Tanzania departs from Dar es Salaam, is a safari well worth doing if you find yourself in Dar es Salaam and have just a few days spare.
The coastal area south of Dar es Salaam is more tropical and rural the further south you travel. Miles and miles of white sandy beaches make for a relaxing getaway. The beach near Kigamboni is the closest spot to Dar es Salaam for camping. Gezaulole, south of Kigamboni, has a cultural program for tourists to learn about Zaramo life, local history or plan a day trip by sailing to nearby Sinda Island.
From the beautiful Fish Market to the Coco Beach to the Ferry boat to Zanzibar, this unforgettable Day Tour of Dar is every tourist’s dream. If you’ve got 24 hours to spare in Dar es Salaam, this tour is your best bet!
Come with us on for some adventure at Tanzania’s fourth largest national park. A 3-4 hour drive from Dar, Mikumi National Park is home to an amazing range of wildlife; and it is open to visitors all year round. Remember to take shots of the majestic baobab landscapes as well as the elegant back hardwood trees and grassy plains.
Bagamoyo is known for the desecration of the human race that occurred many years ago in this Swahili Coast town due to the heinous slave trade. In spite of this unpleasant history, today, Bagamoyo is one of the most wondrous tourist destinations for practically any person who wishes to spend a vacation or just to relax for the weekend or any particular day