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Dar es Salaam Safaris and Excursions PDF Print E-mail

To promote Urban Tourism among Residents and Nationals, we apply Special low rates based on seat and accommodation availability at moment of sale: Advance Bookings not allowed, once sold, not refundable.

All packages are inclusive of:

Return flights to and from Dar es Salaam Airport by Coastal. | Park fees in Selous, Ruaha, Ngorongoro, Ndrakwai |Transfers where applicable | Accommodation & meals as specified | Excursions as applicable. Airport taxes, Fuel Surcharge and safety fees

All packages are exclusive of: -

Drinks | Tips | Marine Park Fees |Items of a personal nature.

Zanzibar

2 days/1 night at Mtoni Marine

Day 1 Depart by Coastal light aircraft Dar to Znz at 09:00. (Or 07.30). You will be met at the airport and transferred to Mtoni Marine Centre. Day at leisure to explore. Overnight Mtoni Club Rooms

Day 2 Breakfast at Leisure, pool or beach: your choice. Transfer to Airport and fly back to Dar at 14:00 or 17:15 (your choice).

Total Cost per person sharing     USD 226 B & B

Extra Night per person sharing   USD 115

Single Supplement                      USD 80

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Mafia Island

3days/2 nights in Mafia

Day 1 Depart Daily by Coastal light aircraft Dar to Mafia at 10:30hrs.

You will be met by Mafia representative and taken to lodge for Lunch. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at Mafia Island Lodge.

Day 2 Breakfast and full day at Leisure Dinner and overnight at Mafia Island Lodge

Day 3     Breakfast and day at Leisure. Lunch and Depart by Coastal light aircraft at 15:45 (arrive Dar at 16:20hrs)

Total cost per person sharing:

Two Nights                                     USD  462

Single Supplement                         USD   109

Extra Night                                     USD   144

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Ngorongoro Crater

3 days/ 2 nights in Ngorongoro

Day 1 Depart by Coastal light aircraft from Dar es Salaam at 09:00 or Zanzibar at 09:30 to arrive in Arusha at 11:00. You will be met by a Coastal representative and driven to Lake Manyara NP for picnic lunch. Afternoon game drive in Lake Manyara National Park then drive to Ngorongoro where you will arrive on time for a Sun Downer on the Rim’s view point.

Dinner and overnight at Rhino Lodge-Ngorongoro.

Day 2 The day will be spent inside the Ngorongoro crater, with packed lunch, Dinner and Overnight at Rhino Lodge-Ngorongoro.

Day 3 Early morning drive back to Arusha for departure with Coastal at 12:15. Arrival in Zanzibar at 13:45 or Dar es Salaam at 14:20.

Total cost per person sharing      USD 1168

Single supplement                       USD 579

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Ruaha National Park

3 Days/2 nights in the Ruaha

Day 1 Depart Daily by Coastal light aircraft Dar to Ruaha at 8:30.

You will be met by an Adventure Camps ranger and taken on a beautiful game drive with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight at the Camp

Day 2 Breakfast and full day game drive with picnic lunch Dinner and overnight at the Camp

Day 3 Early breakfast and game drive en route to airstrip. Depart by Coastal light aircraft at 11:45 (arrive Dar at 13:50)

Total cost per person sharing:

Two Nights                                      USD 1050

Single Supplement                          USD   109

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Selous Game Reserve

2 days/1 Night in Selous

Day 1     Depart with Coastal light aircraft to Selous at 0830hrs or 14:30 Afternoon Game drive or boat excursion on the Rufiji River. Dinner and Overnight at Camp

Day 2     Early breakfast and proceed for game drive or walking safari. Depart to Dar es Salaam at 09:45/15:15

Total Cost per person sharing         USD 756

Single Supplement                          USD109

Extra Lunch and activity                  USD 109

Extra Day                                        USD 403

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Ndarakwai Lodge

2 days/1 nights

Day 1: Depart Coastal flight  from Dar es Salaam at 0915hrs. You will be met by a guide from Ndarakwai Camp. 10 minute drive to camp for lunch. In the afternoon go for a game walk / drive, ending at the tree-house overlooking the water-hole for sun-downer drinks. Return to camp for showers and enjoy the camp fire before dinner. After dinner – Night Game drive.

Overnight at Ndarakwai Camp

Day 2: Enjoy the luxury of early morning tea or coffee delivered to your tent, followed by breakfast. Choose between a guided game drive or walk for the morning activity. Return to Camp for an early lunch. Depart to the Airstrip at 1 for your return flight to Dar.

Total cost per person sharing:

Two Nights                                    USD 638

Extra Night                                    USD 262

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Fanjove Private Island

3 days/2 night at Fanjove Private

Day1: Coastal flight departs Dar at 1045 to arrive Songo Songo at 11:45hrs. Meet and greet by the resort representative and transfer to the island by boat. Dinner and overnight at Fanjove Island

Day 2: Full day at leisure. Dinner and Overnight at Fanjove Island

Day 3 After a leisurely breakfast transfer to Songo Songo by Boat.

Coastal flight Songo Songo to Dar at 1250hrs

Total Cost per person sharing        USD 579

Child Sharing with Parent:              USD 462

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Kilwa

3days/2nights in Kilwa

Day 1: Depart Daily by Coastal light aircraft Dar to Kilwa at 10:30

You will be met by the representative and transferred to the Lodge for Lunch Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge

Day 2: Breakfast and full day at Leisure. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge

Day 3: Late breakfast and transfer to the airport. Depart by Coastal light aircraft at 11:30 (arrive Dar at 13:00)

Total cost per person sharing:

Two Nights                                       USD 638

Extra Night                                       USD 114

Dar Excursions

1) Askari Monument: Azikiwe street part of Uzunguni district, the area Germans (and subsequently the British)

settled after taking control of the city. The centre of this area-the roundabout between Samora Avenue and

Maktaba Street marked by the Askari Monument.

The first statue on this spot was erected in 1911 and depicted (represented) Hermann von Wissmann-solder,

explorer and governor who played a key role in the German development of the city.

2) Tanzania National Museum: Established in 1940 as king George V Memorial Museum. It is rather smaller than

you‘d expect for a national showcase, but it briefly covers pretty much every aspect of Tanzanian culture history,

from prehistoric hominid fossils through to colonialism and independence.


 

3) Botanical Garden :Opposite the Museum at the Eastern end of Samora Avenue, date from German time and

offer a shady oasis of piece and a wonderful escape from the city. Garden are reasonable well tended, and contains

dozens of species of palm trees and raucous (harsh) population of peacocks. Botanical Garden, which was

established by the Germans in 1906.The garden still having the same colorful enchanting (delightful) flavor of

flowers and plants.

4) Karimjee Hall: Now closed to the public, this stately white building was the former house of parliament before

the legislature was relocated to Dodoma, and is where Julius Nyerere was sworn in as president. Today it is used

for parliament committee meetings and political function,

5) Ocean Road Cancer Hospital: Built in1886 as the German Malaria Research Laboratory. This was where Richard

Koch, who in 1905 was awarded a Nobel Laureate for his discovery of tuberculin (wrongly believed to be cure of

TB), On 1st October 1997 Ocean Road Hospital in Dar es Salaam commemorated one hundred years of its

existence.

6) State House: Originally dating from German times, it was damaged by British shelling during WW 1 and

partially reconstructed during 1919-22. Its ornate structure blends elements f African Arabian architecture, and

currently houses the Office of President – which means no photography.

7) Ferry Fish Market: Kivukoni/Ferry Fish Market is housed in a new structure on Dar es Salaam's seafront.

Boats deliver their catch at dawn directly to the market.

Wade in for red snapper, lobster, prawns, squid, barracuda and shellfish fresh from the Indian Ocean. The Market

is daily open from dawn to late evening and frequently busy.

8) Azania Front Lutheran Church: It’s located along Kivukoni bay; it’s among the earliest churches built in the

Country, where by it built in 1905 by Germans during colonial time. With a red-roofed belfry overlooking the water

and a rather stern Gothic interior, this mad it to be one of city’s major landmarks.

9) St Joseph’s Metropolitan Cathedral: It built in 1897, is a major city landmark and good place to experience

Dar’s vibrant church music (kwaya), best heard during Sunday Mass. The cathedral is notable for its twin

confessionals facing the altar, one in Baroque style, the other in Gothic.

10) Independence torch monument (Mnazi mmoja): A wonderful area near the centre, with the Uhuru Torch

Monument, built to celebrate the country's independence in 1961.This is near Jamhuri and Uhuru Streets. On one

side is seen the Uhuru Torch Monument erected to symbolize the Freedom Torch placed at the peak of Mt.

Kilimanjaro upon Tanzania's attainment of independence. On the other side of the park is the Republic Fountain

which commemorated the foundation of the republic in 1962.

11) Kariakoo Market: Visit the famous ancient Kariakoo Market. It is a largest market throughout East Africa.

The name “Kariakoo” dates from WW1, when, after the expulsion (kick out) of Germans in the city in 1916,

thousand of Tanzanians were conscripted (recruited) into the hated British carrier Corps to serve as war porters.

Their Barracks were erected on the site of the present market on the patch of empty ground that has been

earmark (mark down) for Ceremonial (official) Park in honor of Kaiser Wilhelm 11.

12)Makumbusho Village: Then proceed to Makumbusho (Memorial Village) that holds authentically constructed

dwellings from different parts (tribes) of the country. The village often holds Ngoma (traditional dances) and

other cultural activities. The entrance fee is $6 pp.

13) Mwenge Art Market: From Makumbusho Village 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, paintings, jeweler, and carvings.

Back to town.

End of the city tour,

Full Day city tour rate is US$ 70 per client minimun 2 clients

Full Day city tour rate is US$ 100 for 1 client

Price is inclusive of,

Pick up from your hotel at agreed point vehicle, driver/guide, and all museum entry fees, and lunch in a local restaurant.

Price is exclusive of:

Drinks and any other excursion not included in the Dar es Salaam tour program

Half Day city tour rate is US$ 40 minimun 2 clients

Half  Day city tour rate is US$ 60 for 1 client

Price is inclusive of,

Pick up from your hotel at agreed point vehicle, driver/guide, and all museum entry fees, and lunch in a local restaurant.

Price is exclusive of:

Drinks and any other excursion not included in the Dar es Salaam tour program

NOTE: rate is reduced as the no. of clients increase

 

Lipi Adventure Company  has the right to change the rate indicated in case of circumstances beyond our control


2Night 3Days Bagamoyo

Day 1    0800hrs, depart from Dar es Salaam city center to Bagamoyo. On arrival, visit the Kaole Ruins, ruins of the Shirazai trade town (13th- 17th century). Then visit the crocodile farm, where crocodiles are kept before being shipped aboard. Lunch at Paradise Holiday Resort. (A visit to the Bagamoyo School of Arts may be arranged with prior notice at an extra cost). Dinner and overnight at Paradise Holiday Resort

Day 2 After breakfast, visit the historical sites including the Caravan Serai, an old terminus of the caravans coming from the interior to the shore of the Indian Ocean; the Catholic Church, started in 1868 with the Livingstone power where Livingstone rested for one night before his body was shipped to Zanzibar; cemeteries with 47 tombs of early missionaries; German building such as Old Boma and the Customs House; and salt processing units. Meals and overnight at Paradise Holiday Resort

Day 3
Morning at leisure on the beach. Lunch at Paradise Holiday Resort. After lunch, drive back to Dar es Salaam and drop off in the city centre. End of our services

Price per person in US$ -   LAC 4       1Pax      2Pax      3Pax  
Validity: 01 Jan – 31 Dec, 2  010        567        427        380   

0900hrs, depart from Dar es Salaam city center to Bagamoyo. Bagamoyo has played various historical roles in Tanzania. Apart from being a slave and ivory port, it was also a German headquarters in 1891. Explorers such as Burton, Speke, Grant, Livingstone and Stanley all passed through this town. The name Bagamoyo comes from the Swahili words “bwaga moyo”, meaning “throw down you heart,” a despair expressed by people who were captured as slaves, knowing that they faced uncertain future. On arrival, visit the Kaole Ruins, ruins of the Shirazai trade town (13th- 17th century), Old ferry on the mighty Rufiji River. Lunch will be served at Paradise Holiday Resort. (Visit of the Bagamoyo School of Arts for a Ngoma (traditional dance) session may be arranged upon prior notice. Extra cost applies). The tour ends in Dar es Salaam city center at around 1730hrs.

Price per person in US$ - LAC 2            1Pax      2Pax     3Pax  
Validity: 01 Jan – 31 Dec, 2009            298        189         153     

 

INight 2Days Bagamoyo

Bagamoyo has played various historical roles in Tanzania. Apart from being a slave and ivory port, it was also a German headquarters in 1891. Explorers such as Burton, Speke, Grant, Livingstone and Stanley all passed through this town. The name Bagamoyo comes from the Swahili words “bwaga moyo”, meaning “throw down you heart,” a despair expressed by people who were captured as slaves, knowing that they faced uncertain future.

Day 1  0800hrs, depart from Dar es Salaam city center to Bagamoyo. On arrival, visit the Kaole Ruins, ruins of the Shirazai trade town (13th- 17th century). Then visit the crocodile farm, where crocodiles are kept before being shipped aboard. Lunch at Paradise Holiday Resort. After lunch, visit the historical sites including the Caravan Serai, an old terminus of the caravans coming from the interior to the shore of the Indian Ocean; the Catholic Church, started in 1868 with the Livingstone power where Livingstone rested for one night before his body was shipped to Zanzibar; cemeteries with 47 tombs of early missionaries; German building such as Old Boma and the Customs House.  Dinner and overnight at Paradise Holiday Resort

Day 2 In the morning you will be at leisure on the beach (optional: visit of the Bagamoyo School of Arts for a Ngoma (traditional dance) session may be arranged upon prior notice. Extra cost applies). Lunch at Paradise Holiday Resort is included. After lunch, drive back to Dar es Salaam and drop off in the city centre
End of our services.

Price per person in US$ - LAC 3
1Pax      2Pax      3Pax   
Validity: 01 Jan – 31 Dec, 2010 431       296       251