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Taxi service in Dar-es-salaam

Taxi service in Dar-es-salaam

Taxi Service in Dar-es-salaam – WhatsApp/Call: +255 759 694 668

Dar-es-salaam City is a huge and exciting place, but it can also be very difficult to navigate. With many roads sounding the same and different boroughs having areas with the same name ; this can be challenging. Of course, before beginning of vacation people study multiple websites to find out the most convenient and easy way for traveling.

 Numerous articles are written about taxis in Dar-es-salaam but very few contain useful information.  the best way to get around easily and quickly is by taking a Dar-es-salaam City taxi offered by Trip Insight Tanzania. Travelers after having visited country once or twice aren’t able to create a full image of situation related to taxi services: they don’t simply know local nuances. If you’re looking for your Dar-es-salaam insider and helping hand in searching private trips, contact us!

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If your plans change, you can cancel your reservation free of charge up to 24 hours before the scheduled pick up time

Dar-es-salaam Airport Taxi Service & Airport Taxi Transfers

From local craft beers to delicious restaurants and world-class museums, you will never get bored in Dar-es-salaam. This city is one of the top tourist destination in Africa. Dar-es-salaam is also famous for its amazing channels, beautiful houses, and cosy coffee shops.

The first place that you’ll see in this city is Julius Nyerere International Airport. But if you have never been to Dar-es-salaam before, it will be hard for you to navigate in an unknown city. This is where the services of our  Airport taxi are needed!

 Julius Nyerere International Airport – JNIA

Julius Nyerere International Airport is the main international airport in the country. Julius Nyerere International Airport formerly known as Dar es Salaam International Airport is located 12 kilometers southwest of the city of Dar es Salaam. It takes around 13 minutes to get to the airport from the downtown if the traffic is easy.

The airport has three terminals, the modern Terminal 3 opened in August 2019. Terminal 3 is intended for international flights and is adjacent to Terminal 2 which is now used for regional and domestic flights. Terminal 1 for private flights is also north of the runway, but cannot be reached on foot from T2/T3.

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Safaris & Tours

Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations. The wildlife viewing is out of this world and big cats are especially easy to see. All members of the Big Five can be found in various Tanzanian parks and reserves, and all five are present in the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park.

Mountain Climbing

The most frequent expeditions are obviously to Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru, but there are also other destinations such as the Crater Highlands. Trekking companies will happily put together an itinerary that suits your preferences and all other important details for your comfortability.

Beach Holidays

Unguja/Zanzibar Island, is the main island in the Tanzania. Stone Town, part of Zanzibar, is an old trade center, with mosques and winding lanes. The 1883 House of Wonders is a former sultan’s palace with a clock tower. The Old Fort now houses a cultural center and a stone amphitheater, The best beaches!

Getting around Dar-es-salaam

Getting around in Dar es Salaam can be confusing for visitors. Walking is a pleasant way to see the city, but pedestrians should be mindful of aggressive drivers, as the city has no sidewalks.

Minibus taxis (called dala-dala) and buses operate on a flat-fare basis, but travellers should be aware that these do not operate on regular schedules and are often dangerously overcrowded and are popular with pickpockets. Taxi apps include QTaxi and TanTaxi.

Taxis can be hailed from outside most hotels in Dar es Salaam, at a fixed fare, but in most other places it is customary to negotiate the fare in advance. Travellers wishing to hire a car should make sure they have a valid international driver’s license, which must be endorsed by the police on arrival in the country. Travellers opting to drive themselves outside of the city should look into hiring a 4×4 or SUV and be aware that cattle and other pedestrians tend to ignore the rules of the road.

Dar-es-salaam City Map

Door to Door Taxi Airport Service

Here at bramwelsafaris.com ;  we understand that every customer is unique and has specific requirements for his or her airport transfer service. But we are always ready to meet them!We listed the main  transfer destinations in the Dar-es-salaam. Check this list, choose the most suitable transfer destination, and book your Dar-es-salaam Airport transfers taxi online!

  • #1.  Dar-es-salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to City center.
  • #2.  Dar-es-Salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to Masaki.
  • #3.  Dar-es-Salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to Mikocheni.
  • #4.  Dar-es-Salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to Mbezi Beach.
  • #5.  Dar-es-Salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to port Azam Ferry.
  • #6.  Dar-es-Salaam – Julius Nyerere International airport transfers to Mbezi Bus Stand.
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However, if you have specific requirements for your Dar-es-salaam Airport taxi, we are always ready to help you and make your journey from Julius Nyerere International Airport to your destinations comfortable and stressless.

TAXI SERVICE IN DAR-ES-SALAAM-TRANSFERS FAQ

Very! Our taxi booking form, placed on the top of the page, makes your transfer reservation very simple and easy. You can make a booking in 2 minutes.

  • You can book a taxi with the Booking Application. Also you can go to simple Contact form for booking and fill out the contact form. Or call by phone +255 759 694 668. The easy and quick way is to use the booking application, because you will enter all necessary data and you will avoid later corrections to your data for taxi booking.
  • Sometimes you can arrange transportation in ten minutes, but we suggest that you book, at least two days prior to departure or we recommended booking when you already have arranged reservations (airline ticket, Safari, etc.) Cancellation of the service is completely free of charge 24 hours before the service, except for group services on a cruise where you share the transport with other passengers.

Canceling a taxi order is 12 hour before execution completely free. It can be done by taxi booking application, by phone or via contact form. Easiest way is to cancel a taxi order by booking application.

Our driver will be waiting in the airport building at the arrivals. With the Sign in his hand, which containing your name or the name you had provided in your booking.

Go to the information point. Our drivers have instructions after one hour of waiting to go there and call you by name. Call our support center at the number +255 759 694 668, where our assistent will help you quickly.

Our assistents are monitoring all flights. If there is long time delay we recommend that you let us know. If you missed the plane, please immediately call our center  +255 759 694 668.

Yes, we often take customers cross country to attend all manner of events from festivals to weddings, conferences to funerals. In most circumstances, and subject to availability our driver is able to wait locally for you, so that we are on hand when it is time for you to return.

Yes, we take a 20% deposit for our airport transfers to secure you booking to your next get away.

Yes, we understand that these days our customers don’t always carry cash with them. That’s why we accept card and bank transfer, as well as cash of course. 

Unfortunately, at the moment our vehicles do not have any wheelchair accessible vehicles of our own, however we do have contact within the industry who we are happy to refer you to. 

YES! of course we are happy to transport your pet in our taxis. Whether you are travelling for a holiday together, a day out or simply need a taxi to the local vet we can help. In between our four legged passengers we ensure our taxis are kept spotless, so that if you are travelling pet free you will not be affected.

Yes! We have recently taken on a minibus into our fleet, allowing us to take group bookings up to 8 people in one vehicle. If you are looking for a large group booking for a taxi in Norfolk, for a wedding or event, we are able to book more than one vehicle, or if it is short distance we can do multiple runs in order to complete your transfer.

If you are needing to change an existing booking, please call us on +255 759 694 668.. We will always try our best to accommodate your requirements. 

Dependant on the amount of notice,  in most cases we should be able to reschedule your transfer, providing we have availability for the new time/date. Call us on with the details of your new flight and we will try our best to accommodate the change.

No, generally we only offer private transfers so the vehicle is yours for exclusive use.

On occasion we may have another enquiry, particularly regarding event taxis, where others are also wanting a taxi to the same place at the same time. If this is the case, sometimes we will ask you if you would like to share your taxi. There is no pressure to do so, but you will be offered a reduced rate if that is the case. 

We always strive to arrive at your address on time, but conditions such as weather and traffic can cause delays.

Arrival time varies depending on when and where you need a taxi.

Yes. All passengers over the age of three must wear a seat belt.

From the age of 15, passengers are responsible for wearing their seat belts.

However, the taxi driver is responsible for making sure children under the age of 15 wear their seat belts.

If the taxi is cancelled prior to arrival, the cancellation is free of charge.

The price of your transfer is the same within a city.

If you want to book a transfer to the city hotel, just specify the name of the city where it is located in “Drop-off” field of the search form. You will be able to specify the exact address later, when giving details of the booking.

Things to do in Dar-es-salaam

With a vast and turbulent history, Dar es Salaam is not a renowned sightseeing destination, but it does offer many attractions for holidaymakers, and the city’s down-to-earth atmosphere makes it pleasant to explore.

The main attractions in and around Dar es Salaam are actually natural, including the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve, the Pugu Hills Forest Reserve, and Bongoyo Island, which can be reached by a short boat ride. Visitors may also enjoy a trip to the Zoological Gardens, or a quiet afternoon at the Dar es Salaam Botanical Gardens, a lush sanctuary in the urban jungle.

For beach lovers, Kigamboni (South Beach) is situated just beyond central Dar es Salaam. An affluent area almost entirely filled with beach resorts, some of the best beaches in Dar es Salaam are to be found in Kigamboni. Many hotels charge an entry fee, though a portion of this is returned in the form of food vouchers.

For those wanting a taste of the local culture and history there are a number of good museums in Dar es Salaam, the most popular being the National Museum and the Makumbusho Village Museum.

National Museum and House of Culture

Located near to the Botanical Gardens, the National Museum and House of Culture was opened in 1940 in the King George V Memorial Museum. A new wing was built in 1963 and King George V's car can be viewed here. Visitors can see archaeological finds such as rock paintings and a 3.6-million-year-old hominid footprint.

Makumbusho Village Museum

A popular tourist attraction, the Makumbusho Village Museum displays traditional Tanzanian homes and lifestyles, representing about 18 ethnic tribes from different parts of the country. Marketed as a way to experience the whole of Tanzania in a day, the village is an interesting living museum.

Bongoyo Island in Dar-es-salaam

Bongoyo Island

Located one and a half miles (2.5km) north of Dar es Salaam, Bongoyo Island is an uninhabited island that makes up part of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve. Popular with tourists and other travellers seeking leisure activities, this island offers some fantastic snorkelling opportunities, as well as beautiful sandy beaches

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