Tanzania - Dar Es Salaam

The former capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, is not generally thought of as a must see destination. However, a walk around the city centre will reveal its charm and culture. It can also be a good base for visiting some of the nearby sites such as Bagamoyo, Bongoyo and Mbudja Islands. Situated close to the equator and right next to the Indian Ocean, this city has a very tropical climate that makes it ideal for activities like swimming and diving.

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This hotel is a Tanzanian landmark and has been a symbol of luxury and elegance over the years.
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Known fondly as 'The Kili', this iconic hotel has been a landmark in Dar es Salaam since the mid 1960s.
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A beautiful beach hideaway designed in a simple style. This romantic hideaway is perched on the banks of a wide freshwater lagoon and a deserted beach.
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One of the most exclusive beach resorts in Tanzania, this stunning hotel is built at the tip of a nine kilometre long private island of sand, bush and mangrove, still inhabited by wildlife.

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North To South Tanzania

7 Nights

This safari travels from the world-famous Serengeti Safari Park in the north of Tanzania to the lesser-known, but nevertheless equally enthralling Selous Game Reserve in the south.

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Southern Tanzania Explorer

6 Nights

Combining two remote, untouched, vast areas of Selous and Ruaha, this safari offers a great introduction to Southern Tanzania.

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