Dar es Salaam is the largest city in Tanzania. The capital is Dodoma, but it is a real capital. Since it was the old capital, there are many historical tourist spots and it is a place visited by many tourists. The infrastructure is well-equipped, transportation is convenient, and there are ferries. Since Dar es Salaam is the largest city in the economy, its population is growing explosively, and it is said that the population will exceed 70 million by 2100.
- Sightseeing spot 1 : Village Museum
- Sightseeing spot 2 : Coco Beach
- Sightseeing spot 3 : Mwenge Woodcarvers Market
- Sightseeing spot 4 : Mbudya Island
- Sightseeing spot 5 : Bongoyo Island
- Sightseeing spot 6 : National Museum
- Sightseeing spot 7 : St. Joseph Cathedral
Dar es Salaam is a city located in eastern Tanzania.
Dar es Salaam is a relatively new city. The city was built by the country of Zanzibar Sultan around 1865, after which Germany entered and took control. It was ruled by Britain after World War I and became the capital when Tanzania became independent after World War II. However, in 1973 the capital was moved to Dodoma.
Dar es Salaam belongs to the savanna climate. Temperatures range from 20 ° C to 31 ° C throughout the year.
In Tanzania, the official language is Swahili. English is also an official language.
Dar es Salaam is quite insecure, and there are a lot of scratches and deductions. It is important to note that there are many violent crimes targeting foreign tourists.
Bantu blacks make up 95%.
It is the most vibrant city because it is the economic center of Tanzania.
There are many Christians and Muslims in Tanzania.
Tanzanian shilling is used.
Sightseeing spot 1 : Village Museum
The village museum was established with the aim of demonstrating and preserving the traditional culture of the Tanzanian people. You can explore the homes and rural cultures that the Tanzanian people still live in.
Sightseeing spot 2 : Coco Beach
There is Coco Beach, also known as Oyster Bay. Surrounded by the blue waters of the Indian Ocean, Coco Beach is a haven for tourists as well as local Dar es Salaam.
Sightseeing spot 3 : Mwenge Woodcarvers Market
The Mwenji Carvers Market is a craft market with the participation and sale of sculptors. Various things such as dolls and bowls are on sale.
Sightseeing spot 4 : Mbudya Island
Mubudiya Island is connected to the mainland by a small wooden crossing boat and arrives in about 25 minutes.
Sightseeing spot 5 : Bongoyo Island
Bongoyo Island is an island in the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve. It is the most visited of the four islands in the marine protected area.
Sightseeing spot 6 : National Museum
The National Museum was reopened in 2011. There are exhibits about humankind, including rock art and contemporary art. You can also buy traditional Tanzanian crafts.
Sightseeing spot 7 : St. Joseph Cathedral
It is known as a very beautiful church. The church features a beautiful spire, and you can see the inside for free.
Dar es Salaam has plenty of accommodation. Julius Nyerere International Airport is nearby. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the link below. It also supports other languages.