The history of Zanzibar would be incomplete without the cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper, vanilla and many other spices. The Island was once the world's leading producer of cloves and the cloves industry was the foundation of the golden age of Zanzibar. A visit to the huge spice plantation in Zanzibar, this will give you the opportunity to touch,...Read more
Strolling through Bagamoyo’s narrow, unpaved streets takes you back to the mid-19th century, when the town was one of the most important settlements along the East African coast and the terminus of the trade caravan route linking Lake Tanganyika with the sea. Slaves, ivory, salt and copra were unloaded here before being shipped to Zanzibar...Read more
Enjoy the wilderness and nature’s variety of the East Usambara Mountains. THE ESTATE The Magoroto Forest Estate with its tropical rain forest is the perfect spot for getaway. The estate is located on an altitude of 850m above sea level where temperature are pleasant all year around. Due to the altitude there are almost no...Read more
Formerly a Game Reserve since 1951, Mkomazi was upgraded into a ‘National Park’ status in 2008. It is located 6km from Same town, covering an area of 3,245square km. The name ‘Mkomazi’is a combination of two words from the Pare ethnic language; “Mko and Mazi”. “Mko” means a traditional tiny wooden spoon used by the Pare people for...Read more
The Mkomazi National Park is a spectacular wilderness. Within sight to the northwest is Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest summit. To the south, the Pare and Usambara Mountains form a dramatic backdrop and, to the north, Kenya’s vast Tsavo National Park shares a border with Mkomazi, making common ground for migratory herds of elephant, oryx...Read more
On this tour clients will benefit a visit of two Parks at the same time, Uluguru mountains at Morogoro and a visit to udzungwa to explore the udzungwa waterfalls, arriving at Udzungwa National Park, clients will do the hiking and swim on the waterfalls after the hiking. Udzungwa is very famous for its Monkeys and Birds species. The picnic lunch...Read more
Magoroto Forest Estate is Tanzania’s newest forest retreat situated near Muheza, Tanga; about 6 hours drive from Dar es Salaam. It has a tropical rain forest climate with spices, birds and a man-made lake, making it the perfect getaway from the city. It was originally set up by German colonizers who wanted to create a lake to relax at. After...Read more
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Guided Dar Es Salaam bike tours are special-interest tour take a closer view and enjoy Dar Es Salaams main attractions alongside roaming the neighbourhoods, stopping off at a local cafe in Dar Es Salaam.
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