Activities

Bagamoyo

Bagamoyo is a town well known for its historical and being the important trading port of East Central Coast of Africa in the late of 19th century. The town is located 75 kilometres north of Dar es Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean and close to the island of Zanzibar. Experience this amazing historical town of the coast of Tanzania for yourself by exploring its historical buildings such as mission building, German garrison, the old church which was the second church built by the missionary, Kaole Ruins, Saadani Game Reserve,  traditional arts crafts bazaar to beautiful beaches. Visiting Bagamoyo you will get to see places full of memory associated with slave trade during the slavery period. For more information about Bagamoyo please visit;http://www.bagamoyo.org/History.htm



Bagamoyo

Kaole Ruins

Kaole Ruins is located app. 5 km south of Bagamoyo with fascinated monumental architecture buildings such as houses, mosques, and graves. Visiting Kaole Ruins you will get to see on archaeological findings from coastal of Tanzania showing, how the East Africa region had been trading with Arabs, Persians, Indians, European and Chinese back in the 7th century to the 18th century. For more information about Kaole Ruins click on the link;

Kaole Ruins

Saadani Game Reserve

Saadani Game Reserve is located in the historic town of Bagamoyo with a combination of both main land flora, marine and fauna. The Saadani Game Reserve share a boarder with the Indian Ocean which makes the park to be the only game reserve with a coast. Saadani is famous for having plentiful of animals such as lion, elephant, giraffe, buffalo, yellow baboon, velvet monkeys, warthog and many more. By visiting Saadani you will also get to take a boat trip along the Wami River experience the sighting   of crocodiles, hippos, flamingos and birds. For more information about Saadani Game Reserve please visit;http://www.saadanipark.org/history.html


Saadan Game Reserve

Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam is Tanzania lively city, richest city, largest city and also the Tanzania`s commercial city. Dar es Salaam architecture is mix of Arab, African, Indian and also the German where you will get to experience the cultural mix in this amazing city. In the down town you will be able to take a ferryboat to Zanzibar,  visit the museums of Tanzania, craft market,and modern shopping malls. You`II also have dining options in  finest and excellent restaurants with food from around the world and as well enjoy the finest white sand beaches. For more about Dar es Salaam please visit;http://www.world66.com/africa/tanzania/daressalaam/history


Dar es Salaam City

Mikumi National Park

Mikumi National Park is a national park in Mikumi the park is near Morogoro Tanzania. The park landscape is often compared with the one of Serengeti, where the road that crosses park divides into two areas with partially distinct environment.  In the north-west area is characterized by being the alluvial plain of the river basin Mkata while the southeast part of the park is less rich in the wildlife and accessible. Most of the Mikumi park routes that crosses the park proceed in the direction of the Ruaha National Park and the Selous Game Reserve. The park have beautiful sites that you can experience and spot a large population of wildlife  including lions, elephants, giraffes,zebras, buffalos,elands and more than 400 species of birds.For more information about Mikumi National Park please visit;http://www.tanzaniaparks.com/mikumi.html



Mikumi National Park