The home of peace, the major and commercial city of Tanzania, the biggest commercial port for East Africa, the fastest growing city in Africa, the cosmopolitan city in a population rich country amid unprecedented regional urbanization with a big number of cultural diversification.
- Transport based on an excellent vehicle
- Traditional Lunch
- Activities as per the Itinerary
- Professional Tour guide
- Complimentary bottle of water
- Government taxes
- Tips, drinks and all items of personal nature
Dar Es Salaam City Tour
DRIVE TO TANZANIA NATIONAL MUSEUM
Meet & greet by Mambo Jambo Tours and Travel staff, road transfer to Tanzania National Museum. At National, Museum students will see historical items from the slave trade, European exploration, German occupation, and British colonization as well as the significant archeological findings of the fossils of Zinjathropus, Stone Age tools, and traditional arts and crafts from different Tanzanian tribes.
FERRY – KIVUKONI FISH MARKET
Short drive to Kivukoni Fish Market (also known as Ferry); the fish market is one of the few attractions in Dar, a working market and auction grounds you see many fishermen coming from the sea and fish mongers buying fish from the auction tables. It is not the kind of place many tourists would head for a leisurely experience, it is nonetheless endlessly fascinating and completely overwhelming. See a different kind of fish, before leaving for Makumbusho Village via Oyster bay with a stop at Morogoro Store.
JAKAYA KIKWETE YOUTH PARK
Short drive to Mnazi Mmoja to visit Jakaya Kikwete Youth Park. This is a beautiful place with so many sporting facilities available. It’s well maintained and kept clean. The park consists of a modern football pitch, two basketball courts, hockey, netball and beach volleyball courts. You will have time use beautiful sporting facilities.
MNAZI MMOJA PARK
While we at Mnazi Mmoja, students will visit Mnazi Mmoja Park, the beautiful park near the city center and home to the symbolic Uhuru Torch Monument which was built to celebrate Tanzania’s independence in 1961.
DRIVE TO MAKUMBUSHO VIA KIGAMBONI BRIDGE
From Mnazi Mmoja, we will drive to Makumbusho via Kigamboni Bridge one of the new ICON of Tanzania. Then to Makumbusho (Memorial Village) that holds authentically constructed dwellings from different parts (tribes) of the country. Then meet the Makonde old ladies performing the traditional dance called SINDIMBA; at the end, you will have an opportunity to test African food prepared at the restaurant (buffet) (Tshs. 10,000)
DRIVE TO UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
Proceeds to the University of Dar es Salaam, well known as Mlimani “The Hill”; it is situated at the hill. The University of Dar es Salaam is the oldest and biggest public university in Tanzania. It is situated on the western side of the city of Dar es Salaam, occupying 1,625 acres on the observation hill, 13 kilometers from the city center. It was established on 1st July 1970, through parliament act no. 12 of 1970 and all the enabling legal instruments of the constituent colleges. Prior to 1970, the university college, Dar es Salaam had started on 1st July 1961 as an affiliated college of the University of London. It had only one faculty- the faculty of Law, with 13 students. In 1963 it became a constituent college of the University of East Africa together with Makerere University College in Uganda and Nairobi University College in Kenya. Since 1961, the University of Dar es Salaam has grown in terms of student intake, academic units, and academic programs.
From January 1, 2020, to December 20, 2020