Reach the dream to experience the motherland- Tanzania “The Heart of Africa”

 The Coastline of Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania.

An exquisite coastline promising an unforgettable venture into a myriad of experiences, from water sports, bonfire dining, supreme isolation or even full activity. Hotels and resorts spark of the final touches of an ideal beach getaway.
There are many activities one can assess, sunset cruises or island sail aways in a dhow. For those with a deep sea fishing penchant, there are sailfish, kingfish, rock cod, marlin, horse mackerel and many others. Get couchsurfing!
Those with a streak for more adventure can go snorkelling or scuba diving close to the marine reserves in rich coral gardens with diverse marine species and a chance to explore the world under seas.

 

Ocean City Garden

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
We are situated on the road between three major hotels Sunrise, Kipepeo, and South Beach in Kigamboni , a fifteen minute ferry ride from Dar es Salaam. A walkaway to the beach we are ready to welco...
There is a convenient port to island destinations like Zanzibar. There are routes to  Pemba and Mafia islands. Dar-es-Salaam has beaches for all phase and stages, whether relaxing, dancing away or diving and snorkelling.

The relaxing beaches from Kigamboni to Ras Kutani and beyond with developed ferry assess for laid-back mingling.Further on are undiscovered and uncrowded beaches for solitary escapism.

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Welcome to Tanzania.

Ready for a beach escapade? Get ready to #exploremotherlandafrica

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Kunduchi, approximately 25-35 km north of the city centre is also a dance away, with developed resorts.The breathtaking beach getaway is great for weekend sunsets with an ambience of lively music and gathering.

To dive  Bongoyo and Mbudya offers ideal locations to snorkel or swim.The sand white beaches slip into an array of coral gardens rich in colour and fish species.

For more experienced divers the deeper reefs offer a worthwhile visit. Fernwood, the Fungu Yasin Reef seaward side and the Bog T reef popular for critter varieties. The temperature rarely reaches below 28 Degrees Celsius.

Dar-es-Salaam beach tourism is a growing trend. Beach lovers paradise of pure pampering of the mind, body and spirit. Sea breeze, beach escapades are ready at your call. #ExploreMotherlandAfrica
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Ocean City Garden

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
We are situated on the road between three major hotels Sunrise, Kipepeo, and South Beach in Kigamboni , a fifteen minute ferry ride from Dar es Salaam. A walkaway to the beach we are ready to welco...

 

Welcome to Zanzibar- Our Spice Island

Welcome to Zanzibar


Known to insiders, as Unguja, Zanzibar is an archipelago made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands, located in the Indian Ocean. It is located in the Indian Ocean with beautiful sandy beaches with fringing coral reefs.
Sixty miles in length and about twenty miles wide, it occupies an area, that is six hundred and fifty square miles.

 

Pemba is Zanzibar’s sister island. It had many years of isolation from the outside world.

Although Pemba has fewer tourists, there are beautiful beaches, natural forests and Misali Island, off Pemba’s east coast, is best for diving.

The only functioning ancient town in East Africa – the magical Stone Town. Stone Town has been designated one of the world’s few heritage sites by the United Nations.
Stone town is Mji Mkongwe in Swahili.The town was the centre of trade on the East African coast between Asia and Africa before the colonisation.
The main export was spices and particularly cloves. For many years, Stone Town was the central base for slave trade; many were hauled from the mainland and rest of Africa and subsequently traded with the Middle East.
The Anglican Cathedral is built on a former slave market. Some of the holding cells still exist at the site.
Zanzibar has great symbolic importance in the suppressing slavery since it was one of the main slave-trading ports in East Africa and the main base where opponents like David Livingstone operated their campaigns.
It was here that the Shortest War in History was fought in 1896.

Zanzibar’s paradise beaches are filled with coconut palms. Coconut palms are resources that no part is wasted. There is a wide variety of products, materials for creative weavings, building, drinking, and eating. Many homes in Zanzibar use thatch roofs created from palm leaves. The coconut palm is one of the most versatile plants

 

Zanzibar produces the largest quantity of cloves in the world, and its history was heavily influenced by this activity. During the Han Dynasty, the Chinese would chew Cloves to freshen their breath before speaking to the Emperor.Therefore, it became a tradition in Zanzibar during meals
Zanzibar’s most famous event is the Zanzibar International Film Festival, also known as the Festival of the Dhow Countries. This event, held annually in July, displays the best of the Swahili Coast arts scene, including Zanzibar’s favourite music, Taarab
This event, held annually in July, displays the best of the Swahili Coast arts scene, including Zanzibar’s favourite music, Taarab

 

 

The Spice Island of Zanzibar is famous for beaches as well as luxury resorts.It is a place carved in nostalgic essence filled with overwhelming hospitality, captivating your soul as it takes you way back into time.