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Olduvai Gorge
Historic Sites, Geologic Formations
Christ Church Cathedral
Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Slipway Shopping Center
Shopping Malls, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Big Body With Tatata Spice Farm
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Engare Sero Footprint Site
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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The day includes visiting all the sites, popping into classrooms - small class sizes of 25-30, having breaks and meals with the kids, a home visit, a walk around the local area, and the evening at the boarding house.
The Rotary Kitchen on site was a great meeting place for all the sponsors and thank you to Peter who catered for everyone's gastronomic needs, we were well fed.
Our lovely guide Paul provided a wonderful tour to old slave market giving us a lot of history about the market and the church at the site.
We visited this complex as part of a slave tour of Stonetown which included sites in the town as well as the cave at Mangapwani and a spice tour in the countryside nearby.
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Olduvai Gorge Serengeti National Park
The archeological site of very early humans - what a fantastic display, well laid out, great staff who quizzed is on what we had learned- enormous fun!
Did walks with the local Maasai guides, watched the sunset and drank in the wonderful views of the expanse of Africa.
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This beautiful cathedral has been built on the site of the old Slave Market and is a most suitable memorial to all those poor souls who either perished or had their lives changed for ever in this spot.
There is much to learn and much to think about as you see this beautiful building and hear its history as the site of the original slave market.
Slipway Shopping Center Dar es Salaam
Easy parking, beautiful views, great shopping - coffee shop, bookstore, home decor store, are my favorites.
Apart from the view to the sea, fishing boats passing by, beautiful sunsets, lots of greenery and restaurants, everything one needs is in this complex; lots of gift shops ..best place to stock up before leaving, a...
Stone Town Zanzibar City
We wandered the atmospheric streets all morning enjoying: the views of the waterfront, excellent shopping (check out Abeid Curio Shop), a photo op at the Mercury House, visits with some of the local artists, A vis...
Yes it is touristy but so if NYC and Paris, Rome etc.Take time to absorb the atmosphere and the sights, sounds and smells - Wonderful!
Isimila stone age site – a walk through the canyons Tanzania is well-known for its archaeological sites, some of these sites yielded very important fossils that enlighten us about the origin of mankind.
Wonderfull views
St. Joseph Cathedral Dar es Salaam
This is one of the oldest surviving landmarks in Dar es salaam, close to the ferry terminal and the Kilimanjaro Hotel.
Kigamboni Bridge Dar es Salaam
The bridge is beautiful to view at night with all the changing light colors, it has made life really easy when commuting from the city to Kigamboni as there has been a significant reduction in waiting time on the...
Unlike many places which sell mass produced crafts, Mwenge is an artisan's village and many of the objects are produced on site.
Great Mosque of Kilwa Kilwa Masoko
I generally loved Kilwa and think it’s severely underrated and deserves way more visitors, which will hopefully incentivize investment to restore the amazing historical sites in the area.
The visit of this archeological site was a delightful moment, and very rich in history.
Old Dispensary Stone Town
Beautiful building with an amazing view, great little museum, good little shops and the food in the restaurant is to die for
In short: priceless for lovers of Victorian/Indian buildings and of fine views.
Kilwa Kisiwani World Heritage Site Kilwa Kisiwani Island
Kilwa Kisiwani is a world heritage site which was visited by Ibn Batuta in 1331.
Kondoa rock paintings are somewhat out of the way and off the beaten track from the main sites on the Northern Tanzania circuit, being half a days drive from Arusha.
Excellent trip to Kondoa Rock Art sites
It is among the most well-known landmarks and tourist attractions of the city.
Church built 1899 in classical sober German colonial style, major landmark
Quick tour with a pretty view from the roof.
Stone Town is a UNESCO site.
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You will get a wonderfull performance of traditional Tanzanian music and dance and an interesting view to the ongoing project!
There are chairs (with backs) and if you look out the right side of the building, you will see a magnificent view of Mt.
Kaole Ruins Bagamoyo
Amazing historical site
I like the place very much .We were introduced to this site after searching for another place after leaving the place We were greeted well pizza especially good.
Askari Monument Dar es Salaam
You may only require about 15 minutes to be there to view the statue, read and take some memorable photographs.