Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
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Things To Do in Dar es Salaam

4.3/5
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Seashore
Beach
E33***22Its s great place for an Sunday evening chill with your family and friends.. chopping on cassava and bbq meat
4.8/5
21 Reviews
Beach
_We***66nugwi beach is my good place to relax with my family and to enjoy my Holliday
4.8/5
11 Reviews
Beach
E22***75SUPER CHILL. ISSA VIBE FOR DAYS!!! Whenever I’m in Dar, i make it a point to visit mbudya.The fresh food straight out of the sea YUM
4.8/5
9 Reviews
liyanbuctThe Village Museum is also very historical. The exhibits here are also very good. It is full of praise. It is a very happy experience. There is a reason to feel the long history here.
4.4/5
8 Reviews
Cemetery
富乐顿市张辽The war cemetery in Dar es Salaam is a beautiful beach. It is also a memorial to the people who lost their lives in the war, so it is called the war cemetery.
4.8/5
8 Reviews
高登老师1. The museum is located near Kivukoni in the city center, very close to the BRT bus station; 2. This museum looks not small, but there are not many exhibition halls that are really open to the public, and there are not many exhibits available; 3. In the exhibition hall, there are mentions of ancient human fossils discovered in Tanzania, the introduction of Arab art, the Maritime Silk Road, the ivory trade, some marine fossils, and even an outdoor exhibition hall for anti-terrorism; 4. But I think the more special content should be the rock art exhibition of ancient humans in Africa. Although they are all exhibited in the form of pictures, rock art that integrates all of Africa is rare; 5. The other is the creative heritage of George Lilanga, a modern and contemporary African artist, on civil architecture, lying quietly in the backyard of the museum; 6. The ticket price for foreign visitors to the museum is 6,500 shillings, which is approximately ¥19.