Dar es Salaam, a major city and commercial port on Tanzania’s Indian Ocean coast, grew from a fishing village known as Mzizima. The open-air Village Museum has re-created the traditional homes of local and other Tanzanian tribes and hosts tribal dancing and this is one of East Africa’s most exciting cities. It’s part of the National Museum, which offers Tanzanian history exhibits, including the fossils of human ancestors found by Anthropologist Louis Leakey.
- All Entrance Fees into the Historical Site.
- The services of our knowledgeable English speaking Driver/Guide.
- Meal as Per Itinerary.
- Activities as Per Itinerary.
- Drinking Water.
- Additional Services
- Travel Insurance
In the morning after breakfast we’ll pick you up from your hotel and take you straight to visit Kivukoni Fish Market. Many varieties of fish in every shape and size are sold here, both retail and wholesale, to city dwellers, restaurateurs and people from outside the city who know Kivukoni Fish Market is the best place to buy fish in Tanzania. After leaving Kivukoni Fish Market you’ll see the Ocean Road Hospital and the State House.
You will have a chance to visit the nearby Botanical Gardens which were established a hundred years ago by Germans. Opposite the garden is Karimjee Hall and you‘ll be able to see the fantastic architecture while your guide explains the history behind the building.
Next you’ll visit the National Museum, home to many historical treasures with a wide variety of exhibits including archaeological findings, rock paintings, ancient foot prints, the remains of the first humans and more.
Drive to the restaurant for lunch where you can experience authentic Tanzanian hospitality and food, after lunch drive to the Mwenge Carvers Market is made up of small shops with stands displaying carvings of different kinds, traditional dresses, the TingaTinga paints and more. You’ll be able to browse the stalls, chat with the carvers and buy souvenirs if you wish. Evening drive back to your hotel