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Cruises visiting Dar es Salaam & all Dar es Salaam cruises for  2019

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Dar es Salaam (‘The Haven of Peace’) - aka Mzizima - is the largest city in Tanzania. It is situated on a massive natural harbour on the Indian Ocean coast of Africa. It is also the country's richest city and a regionally important economic centre. (Before British colonial rule ended in 1961, Tanzania and the offshore islands of Unguja and Pemba were Tanganyika and Zanzibar, as stamp collectors will know.) Dar es Salaam is the largest Swahili-speaking city in the world, and one of Africa’s fastest-growing cities. Dar’s skyline is dominated by skyscrapers including the 35 floor PSPF Twin Towers.

Stand at the top of Uhuru Heights (Freedom Heights) to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the city. A variety of museums, including the National Museum and the Village Museum, as well as the Botanical Gardens, are all very close by. Most tourists visit the Nyumba ya Sanaa, an artisans’ neighbourhood, where leather works, woodcarvings and jewellery are among the crafts on sale. There are beaches on the Msasani peninsula north of Dar es Salaam, and in Kigamboni to the south where residents and tourists alike frequently visit. Due in part to the expatriate community and tourism, the city offers a surprisingly rich and internationalised diversity of cuisine.

Trips to the nearby islands of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve are popular, and a favourite spot for snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing. In addition, Bongoyo Island is just a boat ride away from Msasani Slipway. Take a full-day tour 60 km north to historic Bagamoyo and nearby Kaole Ruins, and while there be sure to see the first Church, the Museum, the German Fort, the houses, and the slave place. Families are attracted to Dar’s Kunduchi Wet’n’Wild Waterpark, as well as the zoo.

Cruises visiting Dar es Salaam in 2019

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