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CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Dar Es Salaam: Avis: +255 22 276 1271 Budget: +255 716 786 123 First Car Rental Dar Es Salaam: +255 22 211 5381 Hertz: +255 763 232 601 Savannah Seasons Car Hire: +255 678 643 973 Solidarity Car Rental: +255 766 100 005 Xpress Rent […]


tAskari Monument

tAskari Monument (Nnamdi Azikiwe Avenue & Samora Avenue, Dar Es Salaam) – unveiled in 1927, this is a memorial to the Askari soldiers (local Tanzanians) who fought for the British Carrier Corps in World War I against the Germans that occupied Tanzania at the time. The Germans lost Tanzania to the British after World War […]


305 Karafuu

305 Karafuu (Karafuu Street, Plot 305, Kinondoni, Dar Es Salaam) – this restaurant has gained a reputation as one of the finest in the whole of Dar. Located on a quiet side street in Kinondoni district, it has the feel of a family home. The owner’s friendly service is second to none, and the bar […]


Al Dar Restaurant and Bar

Al Dar Restaurant and Bar (Holiday Inn Dar Es Salaam, 5 Upanga Road Jct., Azikiwe Street, Dar Es Salaam) — for a relaxed distant ocean view meal under a straw umbrella and a shisha experience on your Dar es Salaam trip, you can visit the Al Dar Restaurant and Bar on the roof of this […]


Aura Mall

Aura Mall (Morogoro Road, Dar Es Salaam) – this is a relatively new shopping center (with some areas still under development). The architecture is impressive with lovely designed interiors. At present, a supermarket, clothing stores, pharmacy and the cinema are currently in operation.


Azania Front Lutheran Church

Azania Front Lutheran Church (Corner Azikiwe Street and Sokoine Drive, Dar Es Salaam) — In case you’re wondering about the architecture of the building, Azania Front Lutheran Church was built back in 1898 by German missionaries. Now-a-days, it is one of Dar Es Salaam’s landmarks. It is still used for services and choir rehearsals. Late […]