Dar el Salaam, Tanzania

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** DAR E SALAM , TANZANIA TOURS **

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    Rofhie
    01 Mar 2020
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    i spent 2 nights in Dar es Salaam recently. I did a home stay not so far from the city. I got to experience local life , bath in a bucket and eat chipati with tea in the morning . In the afternoon we head out to the buzzing city center Kariakoo for lunch and ended up partying the night out at Element . Apart from the import harbour of East Africa , Dar es Salaam has so much to offer , rich with Culture and perfect escape beach which is a bit out of the city . We visited the cradle of human kind , Tanzania National Museum , fish market and had lots of fun . I also had a relaxing day at a day club Hotel out of town called White sands Hotel which was amazing for a hot day out of the city .

    If you wish to connect with a local hit Sia up on +255 713 866 494 . Because of poverty level that the locals are conformed to, it will be nice to leave a tip when your days are done .

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    Shaybetripping
    13 Feb 2020
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    After visiting Dar es Salaam for 2 days, I was left with humbling impression! The people of Tanzania are beautiful, extremely nice, and nice very welcoming. I was able to experience a traditional dance and singing routine by the Maasai tribe which left me in awe and wanting more. I can’t wait to return to Dar es Salaam in the future!

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    Africansolowanderer
    06 Dec 2019
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    Dar Es Salaam has a rich tapestry of history and culture. The city has managed to conserve it’s architectural heritage, go sightseeing and immerse yourself in the local culture – I suggest connecting with a local who will guide you on a cultural walk. Dar Es Salaam’s white sandy beaches offer a unique calmness to your day, bask in the sun at Ramada beachfront hotel, enjoy sundowners at Slipway, soak up the views with a delightful meal at one of the waterfront restaurants. Visit Havoc night club, which is insanely out of this world. Mingle with the friendliest people and enjoy some of Africa’s finest club-bangers.

  4. Beverly_Jones
    16 May 2019
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    Though Dar es Salaam is known to be poverty, this big city has so much to offer a foreign traveler. But if nightlife is your thing then you will never have a dull moment here. We took a Uber (yes uber is in parts of Africa) to a restaurant called Cape Town Fish Market. Tho the name sounds like a lil small joint its beyond what we expected. Its one of the most popular places in Dar. Once you arrive it looks like you walking into a red carpet type entrance. It sits right on the beach so during sunset you have the best seats. There was a live band playing all kinds of music for the very diverse crowd. Food was soooo delicious. Very affordable as well. We literally stayed at this place for 5 whole hours. Jus talking dancin an learning new things from the locals that worked there an also meeting people from all over the world. I really feel like the staff gave us extra attention and service because they were so excited to see African Americans. They mentioned that plenty of times. It was like being at your local restaurant an being a regular. The crowd got thicker as the night went on. There was also another place called Elements that was a locals favorite. There you party an drink an mingle all night and look like u belong. Its so easy to have fun because people can’t tell u are a foreigner until they speak to you. Then they are even more excited and want to learn more about you. It was truly one of my favorite places Ive ever been.

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