EXPLORE DAR ES SALAAM CITY
Kigamboni Bridge which is 680-meter-long bridge in Tanzania that connects the Dar es Salaam ward
of Kurasini from the east to the west of Kigamboni district.
Kigamboni is also known for its Fish market, a trading spot for seafood.
KIVUKONI FISH MARKET
One of the best places to buy fish in Tanzania, Kivukoni Fish Market sells a variety of fish. They come in every size that are sold in retail and
wholesale, to city dwellers, restaurateurs and people from outside the city.
BOTANICAL GARDENS AND KARIMJEE HALL
On your way to the Botanical gardens that were established a hundred years ago by Germans, you will see the Ocean Road Hospital and the State House. At Karimjee Hall you’ll be able to see the fantastic architecture while your guide explains the history behind it.
National Museum is home to many historical treasures with a wide variety of exhibits including
archaeological findings, rock paintings, ancient footprints, the remains of the first humans and
MWENGE CARVERS MARKET
At the Mwenge Carvers Market you will be able to browse the stalls, chat with the carvers and buy
souvenirs if you wish. The market is made up of small shops with stands displaying carvings of
different kinds, traditional dresses, the Tinga Tinga paints and more.
After the market you next stop is the Makumbusho Village museum which allows you to get a feel for
the whole of Tanzania in a very short time. The Makumbusho Village museum is more interactive
than the National Museum giving you an in-depth understanding of life in Tanzania.
Kariakoo is the busiest and most exciting market in Dar es Salaam so you’ll be able to enjoy an authentic Tanzanian shopping experience here.
Take the boat from Slipway for a 30-minute cruise to the island located off the coast of Dar es Salaam. You can use the island’s facilities and sandy beach for a chance to swim, snorkel and relax. Lunch is available on the island. Spend the day and return by boat late afternoon bot back to slip way.