Full Day Dar-es-salaam tour
Full Day Dar-es-salaam tour: The essence of the full day city tour:
Embark on a full-day exploration of the bustling city of Dar es Salaam. Affectionately known as ‘Dar’, this once slumberous fishing village has morphed into a thriving metropolis. Your interpretive, privately guided tour takes you to the city’s top attractions such as the lively atmosphere of Dar es Salaam’s fish market, where dhows dock at dawn to offload the night’s delicious catch,
Amble down pungently spicy India Street, where the flavours of the East are a feast for the senses, at the stark purple of twilight, clusters of Dar es Salaam street food carts, specializing in delicious Indian food emerge. Bright red tomatoes, raw onions, green chilies, and fresh coriander are the beginnings of any enticing Indian street food snack. An absolute must is a Zanzibar Mix, an Indian inspired Zanzibari Tanzanian bowl of curry soup with heaps of delectable toppings.
Catch a glimpse of the historic Central Railway Station, and the architectural marvels of the St Joseph’s Metropolitan Cathedral and the Greek Orthodox Church. Browse through a traditional souk (bazaar), heaving with people morning, noon and night. Exhilarating and kaleidoscopic you will be sure to find virtually anything here in the jostling mass of vibrant colours, textured fabrics, local food and hand embellished trinkets. Head to the Mwenge Carver’s Market for beautiful traditional African sculptures and crafts before exploring the National Museum and the open-air Village Museum.
DAR ES SALAAM CITY TOUR ITINERARY Welcome to Dar es Salaam, the city of dynamic, colorful culture and life. Dar es Salaam was developed form a small fishing village known as Mzizima to a big city and central point for East African business and trade.
KIVUKONI FISH MARKET
Driver will pick you from Dar Airport to Kivukoni Fish Market. Varieties of fish in every shape and size are sold there, both retail and wholesale to the people around and outside the city.
ST. JOSEPH’S CATHEDRAL CHURCH TO THE NEAR BY ATTRACTION
Along the Samora Avenue you will see the Askari Monument and know its historical statues. Find the Azania front Lutheran Church built hundred years ago with amazing history and nice place for the Dar es Salaam harbour view from the upper roof of the Church.
NEAR BY ATTRACTIONS
From there you will heading to the Ocean Road Hospital through the State House. Around the area you will also have a chance to visit the Botanical garden established a hundred years ago by Germans. In the opposite side of the garden you will find get to experience the fantastic architecture and interesting history of Karimjee Hall.
KARIMJEE HALL TO NATIONAL MUSEUM
Then we’ll visit the National Museum, the house of many historical treasures with a wide variety of exhibits including archeological findings, rock paintings, foot sprints, the remains of the first humans, and more.
NATIONAL MUSEUM TO MWENGE CARVERS MARKET
You depart to Mwenge Carvers market, the Tanzanian Carvers Association made up of small shops stands displays, Carves of different kind, traditional dresses, the Tinga Tinga paints and more.
MWENGE CARVERS MARKET TO MAKUMBUSHO VILLAGE
From then you will visit the Makumbusho Village museum which is more of hands on than the national museum, exploring the whole Tanzanian country just in a couple of minutes.
MAKUMBUSHO VILLAGE TO THE RESTAURANT FOR DINNER
After Makumbusho village the Driver will take you to nice Restaurant for Dinner and later driver to Dar es Salaam Airport for your flight or proceed to your Accommodation.
Full Day Dar-es-salaam tour:
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