Bwagamoyo; ‘lay down your heart’ as an important stop in the route of slave traders, Bagamoyo’s history contains bitter elements. The word “bagamoyo” means “lay down your heart” in Swahili. The name reflects the plight of the slaves as they were transported from the interior of Africa and forced onto ships to be taken across the ocean. It was not only a town that the ivory and slave trades passed through. Many explorers used Bagamoyo as the starting point for their adventures. The town played a crucial role in opening up the deep regions of Africa.
- Mineral Water
- Professional Tour Guide
- Flight Tickets
Morning depart from the hotel drive to Bagamoyo, arrival at morning of 09:00 AM. Start our tour at Missionary Museum, where you will learn a lot about the history of missionary and it’s a huge amount of history building such as Old Forts, Missionaries Church, the Caravan Serai “resting mansion while waiting for the salve to buy, hear how the Bagamoyo name come from and its slave caravan but also what did happen and wearer on a colonial times, the visit the German old fort, after that visit the Kaole Ruins.
Visiting there is a great experience of the historical nature. There are lots to learn from this town, starting 12th to 15th of Shiraz at Kaole Village “formerly was known as “Pumbuji”, the coming of Arab and formed the slave caravans and made the town as slave port.
Lastly, there is culture and art to be experienced at Arts college; Tasuba. Lunch will heard at the some of Restaurant; enjoy the sea-fishes.
Evening, drive back to Dar es Salaam and drop to your hotel