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1Day
Dar Es Salaam
Min Age : 4
Tour Details

Discover Tanzania’s largest and richest city on this in-depth half-day tour. Stroll through the bustling markets, see the city’s major highlights, and gain an appreciation for its rich cultural fusion, a lively blending of Arab and Bantu influences.

Tour the economic and business heart of the city and see the cultural highlights of the region, including the Village Museum—part of the National Museum, and the harbor as your guide explains the city’s historical background and development. This coastal fishing village was once a major trading port along the Indian Ocean. You’ll also learn why the city is called a “Haven of Peace.”

Continue to explore the lively and colorful markets of the city, including the Kariakoo fish market and a carvings and handicrafts market where you can bargain for local goods. In half a day, you’ve already seen many sides to this multifaceted, glimpsing the unique blending of Arab and Bantu influences.