Tanzania National Museum
The city tour starts from the museum house, where the most significant archeological pieces of the fossils of Zinjathropus, Stone Age tools, Tanzania’s historical articles preserved
Then proceed to Botanical Garden, which was established by Germans in 1906, continue with a tour to Art House through the “States House”.
Ferry – Kivukoni Fish Market
Short drive to Kivukoni fish market (also known as ferry); the fish market is one of the attractions in Dar; a working market and auction grounds, you will see many fishermen coming from the sea and fish mongers buying fish from the auction tables. Before living to Makumbusho Village via Oyster bay with a stop at Morogoro Store.
Then to Makumbusho (Memorial Village) that holds authentically constructed dwellings from different parts (tribes) of the country. The guide will explain on the dwellings and cultural associated with. Then meet the Makonde old ladies performing the traditional dance called SINDIMBA; at the end you will have an opportunity to taste African food prepared at the restaurant buffet.
Mwenge Art Market
From Makumbusho to Tinga Tinga Art gallery (Mwenge); this is the area where local people sell their art crafts. Most of the goods are made at the gallery and it offers a wide selection of beautiful pottery, jewelry, paintings and carvings.
University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM)
Proceeds to the University of Dar es Salaam, well known as Milimani, “The hill”; it is situated at the hill. Drive back to the city through the famous Kariakoo Area to your hotel in the city.