4/5 - Good
Verified traveler28 Sep 2019
Dar is typically busy and bustling but there are also oases of tranquility.
A scenic waterfront, seaside views and sights from Kariakoo Market to Zanzibar Ferry Terminal—discover it all in Dar es Salaam.
Sea, Biking and Ferry
Explore the narrow alleys and winding streets of Stone Town on this historic look at Zanzibar's oldest neighborhood. Check out spice bazaars and palaces, see where rock legend Freddie Mercury was raised, and pay a visit to a 19th-century church built atop the site of a former slave market.
Delve into Zanzibar's flavorful heritage as you discover the spice plantations that pepper Tanzania's largest “Spice Island.” See, smell, touch, and taste your way around farms producing everything from cardamom to ginger, and learn about the island's centuries-old connection to spices.
Bagamoyo, once the most important trading port on the East African coast, remains a city of history and culture. See the ruins of Coral Mosque at Kaole and the ancient graves from the 13th century. Discover the Old Ferry on the Wami River as your guide tells you about the town's slave-trade past.
Verified traveler26 Feb 2019
Surprisingly happy town always greeting 'kariboo' . The people are friendly. The city is clean.