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Rotary Dar Marathon

Rotary Dar Marathon (Kenyatta Grounds, Dar Es Salaam) – since Tanzania has a reputation for producing top runners that have excelled at various marathon events around the world (including the New York and Boston Marathons), it’s perhaps no surprise that Dar Es Salaam would have its own running event.   The Rotary Dar Marathon is […]

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Saadani National Park

Saadani National Park – for those with limited time in Tanzania and want to combine the safari and beach elements of your trip, head 62 miles (100 km) north of Dar es Salaam to Saadani National Park. It’s the only national park in East Africa to border the Indian Ocean, and it’s entirely possible to […]

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Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park (Kidayi) – located 6 hours (338 km) west of the capital, this park is a hikers mecca, complete with breathtaking forests, waterfall and hiking trails. One of the most popular hikes is the half-day route to the 170-meter Sanje Waterfall, where kids can see monkeys, various birds and butterflies on the […]

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Pande Game Reserve

Pande Game Reserve – located just over an hour (25 km) northwest of the capital, this is a relatively easy day trip that tourists can take, if they’d like to engage in a safari and see animals in the wild, such as elephants, zebras, and even bats. Bird watchers will also see some interesting bird […]

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Mbudya Island

Mbudya Island (beach) – this island is bigger than Bongoyo and not as crowded. It’s slightly further away from the capital, but quite picturesque (as expected from an island that’s part of the Dar Es Salaam Marine Reserve). The water is turquoise and perfect. It’s best accessed from Mbezi Beach, but can also be accessed […]

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Sange Beach

Sange Beach — located in between Saadani National Park and Pangani, Sange Beach is another off-the-beaten-track mainland destination for those that prefer peace and quiet to full moon parties and backpacker bars. Silver sand and swaying coconut palms provide an idyllic backdrop for the thatched accommodation of Kijongo Bay Beach Resort.   Whether you choose […]