Attractions in Dar es salaam, Tanzania
Coco beach is a stretch of coastline that is located in the Oyster bay area of Dar es Salaam - Tanzania. It is one of the more fam...
Old boma (dar es salaam)
The Old Boma of Dar es Salaam is the city's oldest stone building and is located on Sokoine drive of Dar es Salaam - Tanzania. It ...
Nafasi art space
Nafasi art space is a haven and a gallery for Tanzanian visual artists and designers that is located in Mikocheni light industrial...
St josephs metropolitan cathedral tourist site
St. Joseph's metropolitan cathedral is a christian church belonging to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Dar es Salaam that is loc...
Makumbusho village museum
The Makumbusho village is a museum that showcases authentically constructed houses and equipment from a few of the tribes of Tanza...
The Dar es Salaam Botanical garden is an oasis of greenery that is located in Kivukoni area of Dar es Salaam - Tanzania. It is als...
Ice skating rink (quality centre)
An artificial ice skating rink located in the middle of Dar es Salaam - Tanzania. This is the first and only one of its kind in th...
The Magogoni creek is where Dar es Salaam's harbour is located. It is the largest creek in the city and has been in use from as ea...
Azania front lutheran cathedral tourist site
The Azania front lutheran cathedral is a christian church belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran church and is located in the CBD o...
Kivukoni fish market tourist site
The Kivukoni fish market is a trading spot for fish and seafood that were caught or produced in the Kivukoni area as well as the n...
Dar national museum
The Dar es Salaam National museum is a site that showcases the history of Tanzania and is located at the centre of Dar es Salaam's...
White fathers (atiman) house tourist site
The White Fathers house is one of the oldest buildings in the city of Dar es Salaam and is located along Sokoine drive of the Tanz...
A white sand shoreline in Dar es salaam’s northern suburbs of Ununio near an ancient fishing village that shares its name. It is...
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