Visit Dar es Salaam & Bagamoyo
Dar es Salaam
This town has got more than 6 mill inhabitants and the infrastructure is under development. But still the traffic is tremendously heavy with a lot of traffic jam.
To be in the car, studying the daily life here, is just amazing. We want to show you all of it, then the most busy shopping area Kariakoo, Art Markets and to have a rest with lunch in a special restaurant. And maybe The National Museum?
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 Island and elsewhere, and many European explorers, including Richard Burton, Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone, began and ended their trips here.
Bagamoyo town – just 20 km from Bomani Beach