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DSM City Tour – Full Day

Price: $55 P/P  Duration: Full Day

Pricing Based On Number Of People in A Group:
01 – $155
02 – $85
03 – $65
04 – 07 – $55
08 – 12 – $50
13 – 20 – $40

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM:

The University is superbly laid out amidst lawns and gardens on the Ubungo Observation Hill, some 14 Kms away from the city. The hill offers magnificent open view of Dar es Salaam city. The main

Campus area is built on three low hills, well wooded with cashew nut trees.

MWENGE CARVINGS MARKET:

The famous Makonde carvings in abstract form, miniature figures of man going about his daily chores, scores of other items and some of the things visitors can purchase on the spot.

THE VILLAGE MUSEUM:

This is a large open air site. Surrounded with many crops, plants and trees, the main museum has 18 furnished traditional houses from different ethnic groups and regions of Tanzania. It represents a typical lifestyle of a tribe in a given area of Tanzania. Ethnic days are organized to raise awareness and involving ethnic groups to manage their own cultural inheritance. Occasionally, cultural dances are performed.

TINGA TINGA COOPERATIVE CENTRE, (MOROGORO STORES):

Located in the prime residential area of the city, in Oysterbay, the center sells the famous local paintings called “Tinga Tinga”, and other handcrafts items. There is a small factory for the paintings.

TANZANITE MUSEUM EXPERIENCE:

Let us take you on a journey that began 585 million years ago and finishes with one of the worlds most sought after and beautiful gemstones. Visit The Tanzanite Experience, the only tanzanite museum in Dar es Salaam, and follow the story of this uniquely Tanzanian gemstone.

SLIPWAY – BREAK FOR LUNCH | OR LOCAL RESTAURANT, AS PER YOUR LIKING

MNAZI MOJA PARK (PASS BY):

This is near Jamhuri and Uhuru Streets. On one side is seen the Uhuru Torch Monument erected to symbolize the Freedom Torch placed on the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro upon Tanzania’s attainment of Independence. On the other side of the park is the Republic Fountain which commemorated the foundation of the republic in 1962.

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM:

Situated on the botanical gardens, is the traditional building erected in 1940; a modern contemporary structure constructed in 1963. It houses many important archaeological collections especially the fossil discoveries of the famous ZINJANTHROPUS BOSEI, dating back some 1,750,000 years. The museum has permanent exhibitions on Human Evolution, History of Tanzania, Marine Biology and Ethnography.

NYERERE CULTURAL CENTRE:

This is an art gallery. At work will be seen the famous Makonde wood carvers, Batik designers, local painters and various craftsmen. It’s a shop-cum-factory for handmade souvenirs.

FERRY OR MAGOGONI FISH MARKET:

This is an open air market where all sorts of fish and sea shells are sold, also fruits, and vegetables. The market is heavily congested with all kinds of people going about their chores.

ASKARI MONUMENT (PASS BY): A statue erected in memory of soldiers who fell during WWI.