Full Day Adventure Tour in Dar es Salaam (Private )

Full Day Adventure Tour in Dar es Salaam (Private )

When you choose to book a Dar es Salaam city tour with Envoyage Tanzania, you benefit from two compelling advantages. First, our team includes seasoned local guides with an intimate knowledge of Dar es Salaam's rich history, culture, and attractions, ensuring you receive insightful and authentic experiences that go beyond the ordinary tourist visits. Second, our commitment to customization means that your tour can be tailored to your specific interests and preferences. Whether you're keen on exploring historical landmarks, bustling markets, or savoring local cuisine, we'll personalize your journey to create lasting and memorable impressions.e and enjoyable.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Kivukoni Fish Market, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

After your morning meal, we'll promptly pick you up from your hotel for an exciting adventure. Our first destination is the famous Kivukoni Fish Market, Tanzania's largest seafood market and a crucial hub in Dar es Salaam. Here, you'll engage in an authentic experience, observing fishermen at work, learning about their daily operations, and witnessing the bustling seafood trade that holds significance for the local community. You'll have the opportunity to explore the market and taste fresh seafood offerings, immersing yourself in the local culture and culinary delights. This excursion guarantees an unforgettable journey into the heart of the local fishing industry.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Azania Front Lutheran Chruch, Sokoine Drive, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

The Azania Front Lutheran Cathedral, constructed in the Gothic style by German missionaries between 1899 and 1902, is a Christian church affiliated with ELCT. The name "Azania" derives from the Greek word for the East African coast. When visiting this historic landmark, you can appreciate the impressive Gothic architecture, learn about the church's historical significance and its connection to the ELCT, discover the origin and meaning of the name "Azania," take in panoramic views of the bustling Dar es Salaam City harbor, and feel free to capture the moment with photos. This site offers a unique fusion of architectural beauty and historical significance, making it a noteworthy destination for history enthusiasts.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: The Dar es Salaam Centre for Architectural Heritage (DARCH), Sokoine Drive Old Boma Building, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

The Old Boma, a historic building constructed in 1866-67 by Sultan Majid bin Said of Zanzibar, holds the distinction of being the oldest structure in Dar es Salaam City. It has been transformed into the Dar es Salaam Centre for Architectural Heritage (DARCH), located beside City Hall and offering a host of captivating experiences. Here, you can delve into the rich history and architectural significance of this remarkable edifice. While standing by the waterfront, take in the breathtaking views of the harbor. And don't miss the opportunity to explore the nearby Town City Hall, a place that adds another layer to the rich history and governance of Dar es Salaam.

Duration: 25 minutes

Pass By: St. Joseph's Cathedral of Archdiocese of Dar es Salaam, 24 Sokoine Drive 24 Sokoine Road, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

This Gothic-style Roman Catholic church is the seat of the Dar es Salaam archdiocese. It was built by German missionaries between 1897 - 1902 and consecrated as a Catholic church in 1905. It has many fascinating features like vaulted interior, shingled spire, stained glass window behind the altar and original German inscriptions and artwork. For those looking to immerse themselves in the ambiance, the Sunday morning service is widely regarded as the optimal time

You might have time to capture some memories. 5 minutes will be enough.

Pass By: Askari Monument, Samora Avenue and Maktaba Street, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

Askari Monument is located at roundabout joining the Maktaba Street and Samora Avenue. This bronze statue was erected in 1927 to memorial of African soldiers fought in World War I during British Regime. Askari Monument holds a special meaning to the history of Dar es Salaam city and country in General.

You are welcome to capture photographs for lasting memories, with a dedicated 5-minute opportunity.


Stop At: National Museum of Tanzania, 5 Shaaban Robert St, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

The largest and oldest museum in Tanzania, constructed between 1938 and 1939, offers a comprehensive exploration of the country's history through four permanent exhibitions, including Art, History, Human Evolution, and Rock Art galleries. You can view renowned early human fossils from the Olduvai Gorge, delve into Tanzania's rich artistic and historical heritage, gain insights into human evolution, and appreciate the cultural significance of rock art in the region. The museum's meticulous curation guarantees a captivating journey through Tanzania's diverse past, so don't forget your camera to capture the experience!

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Botanical Gardens, Samora Ave, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

This garden was established a century ago during the German colonial period in Tanzania. Across from the garden, you'll find Karimjee Hall, which also preserves a wealth of historical information. Regrettably, this garden has faded from its former glory over the years.

Duration: 7 minutes

Stop At: Kariakoo Market, Swahili St, Dar es Salaam 11106 Tanzania

Kariakoo Market, a creation of renowned architect B.J. Amuli, stands as a testament to history and architectural brilliance. In December 1975, it was inaugurated with the esteemed presence of Julius Nyerere, Tanzania's founding father, marking a momentous occasion. This marketplace, originally a British "Carrier Corps" campsite, carries its name from this historical legacy.
Today, Kariakoo Market thrives as a dynamic center of trade and commerce, catering to the daily needs of thousands who gather here. From fresh produce to modern electronics, this market offers a diverse array of products. Its vibrant energy reflects the people of Dar es Salaam converging from all walks of life.
Amidst the hustle and bustle, you can also savor local brewed coffee and immerse yourself in the lively scenes of this historical and bustling market.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Mnazi Mmoja Park, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Mnazi Mmoja is a dynamic and historically significant location that you won't want to miss, boasting the Uhuru Torch which was ceremoniously placed here in 1961 to commemorate Tanzania's liberation from British colonial rule

You are welcome to capture photographs for lasting memories, with a dedicated 5-minute opportunity.


Stop At: Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery, Bagamoyo Road, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

This cemetery holds significant historical value, with screen walls erected in 1968 to honor 1,844 individuals from the First World War. Among them are 404 who were initially buried in Dar es Salaam Seaview Cemetery, and Muslim individuals who weren't individually marked. The cemetery also features the Dar-es-Salaam Hindu Cremation Memorial, commemorating 14 Indian servicemen. While visiting this historic site, you can pay respects to the fallen servicemen from the First World War, learn about the cemetery's role in preserving the memory of those affected by the closure of Seaview Cemetery, and appreciate the architectural and historical significance of the screen walls and memorials.

Duration: 25 minutes

Pass By: Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam, Dar Es Salaam Region

Tanzanite Bridge
As one of the stunning landmark of Dar es Salaam city, the Tanzanite Bridge stands shinning over the Indian Ocean. The ultramodern 670m-high and 1.03km-long bridge traverses Coco Beach in Oysterbay, stretching to Aga Khan Hospital. You'll have option to take stome stunning photos

Stop At: Mwenge Woodcarvers Market, Sam Nujoma Road, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

As you step into the Mwenge Woodcarvers Market, you're welcomed by the enchanting aroma of freshly carved wood, inviting you into a world of remarkable artistry and craftsmanship. Here, you can explore a variety of offerings, from exquisite wooden sculptures crafted with precision to the renowned wood carving skills of the Makonde tribe in their extraordinary creations. Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Tinga Tinga paintings, known for their vivid colors and unique storytelling. You can also discover a wide selection of Tanzanian handicrafts, perfect for cherished souvenirs and gifts. Additionally, the market features handcrafted Tanzanian attire and accessories infused with local artistry, providing a true reflection of Tanzanian culture and creativity. This market is a treasure trove of Tanzanian art, offering a diverse range of items for you to appreciate and acquire.

Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Mlimani City Mall, Sam Nujoma Road, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

You'll pass by Mlmani City which is the biggest mall in Dar es Salaam and Tanzania, hosting every kind of shop and restaurant including KFC, Pizza Hut,Instanbul and other type of restaurants either local and international. If you'll need to do shopping then we'll spare few minutes for it

Pass By: University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

Sitting at 1625 acres and hosting 7 campuses all over the c, University of Dar es Salaam is the biggest and the top university in East Africa. It was established in 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London and officially became the University of Dar Salaam in 1970. The University has produced a number notable alumnis including two former presidents of Tanzania;Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and Dr. John Pombe Magufuli, Prime Ministers; Mizengo Peter Pinda, Kassim Majaliwa, Edward Lowassa and other notable figures in history in history of Tanzania and Africa including Dr. Asha-Rose Migiro a former deputy Secretay General of UN, Getrude Mongella former President of the Pan-African Parliament.

If you opt for few photos we might spare some minutes for you.


Stop At: Village Museum, Along Bagamoyo Road in Kijitonyama, Dar es Salaam Tanzania

Founded in 1967, the Village Museum is a custodian of Tanzania's cultural heritage, featuring tribal homes, artifacts, handicrafts, and musical instruments. While it can't encompass all of the nation's 130+ tribes, it offers a captivating glimpse into Tanzania's cultural tapestry. You can explore faithfully recreated traditional homes, discover a diverse array of tribal artifacts, admire intricate handicrafts, and, optionally, pay a visit to the nearby First World War Cemeteries. This experience is a profound immersion into Tanzania's vibrant cultural legacy, deepening your understanding of its diverse traditions.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Coco Beach, Toure Dr, Dar es Salaam 14100 Tanzania

Our tour reaches its serene conclusion at the tranquil Indian Ocean, where the refreshing coastal breeze envelopes you. Nestled in the heart of Oyster Bay, Dar es Salaam, Coco Beach welcomes residents and tourists with its scenic charm, offering beachside amenities like restaurants, food vendors, and shops. Notably, Coco Beach is also home to the famous Wavuvi Kempu, a story that we'll share on another occasion. After this enchanting stop, our journey loops back to your hotel or the original departure point. At Coco Beach, you can enjoy leisurely walks along the sandy shore, savor local seafood at beachfront restaurants (personal expenses apply), explore nearby boutiques and stalls for unique souvenirs, immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture, and capture precious memories with photographs – every moment here is worth preserving.

Duration: 30 minutes



Informacion Adicional
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Near public transportation"
"Infants must sit on laps"
"Not recommended for pregnant travelers"
"Most travelers can participate"
"Total duration depends on traffic conditions"
"Not advisable for women in advanced stages of pregnancy."
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"



Start Time: 09:00 AM
Duration: 6 To 8 Hours
Start location: Traveler pickup is offered
Please arrive at the lobby 5 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up.

Airports

  • Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA), 46M5+82W, Julius K. Nyerere Rd, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania


Ports

  • Azam Marine Kilimanjaro Fast Ferries, Sokoine Dr, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania


Cancellations and refunds: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Included

  • Snacks - Complimentary snacks will be offered to those who choose to partake
  • Lunch - Kindly inform us of any dietary restrictions with a minimum of 24 hours' notice before the activity commences.
  • Bottled water - An unlimited provision of bottled water will be made available.
  • Alcoholic Beverages - Complimentary alcoholic beverages will be offered to those who choose to partake
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Private transportation
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Entry/Admission - Kivukoni Fish Market
  • Entry/Admission - Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery
  • Entry/Admission - The Dar es Salaam Centre for Architectural Heritage (DARCH)
  • Entry/Admission - Village Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Botanical Gardens
  • Entry/Admission - Azania Front Lutheran Chruch
  • Entry/Admission - National Museum of Tanzania

Not Included

  • Breakfast - We recommend that guests have breakfast prior to the commencement of the activity.
  • Coffee and/or Tea - Guests opting to sample locally brewed coffee are encouraged to do so.

Facilities


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