Dar-es-salaam airport transfer to Mikocheni
We Provide service that is reliable and affordable in all cities across in Tanzania. We make transportation from airports (Dar es salaam airport transfers and other Cities) simple with professional drivers and high quality vehicles. As part of your airport transfer with us, one of our professionally-trained drivers will greet you with a name sign in the arrivals hall of the airport, ready to help you with your luggage and guide you to your top of the range vehicle. It is recommended to tell us your flight number so that your driver can make sure they’re picking you up in the correct place and adapt to any changes in your flight’s schedule.
If you are visiting what is often called Tanzania’s Capital city, make sure you book your Dar-es-salaam Airport transfer with us. Our shuttle services are equally renowned for their affordability so you won’t have to spend unnecessary pennies on your journey, leaving you more cash in your wallet to invest in having a good time. With literally thousands of Safari Options, this city is a magnet for adventures. We offer some great budget options to get you and your party to your final destination: from shared taxis to private cars to seats on shuttle buses, you won’t leave anybody from your group behind at the airport. Reserve your ideal Dar-es-salaam Airport transfer solution as soon as you’ve booked your flights.
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Tourist Activities in and Around Mikocheni
The island of Mbudya lies north of Tanzania’s largest city, Dar es Salaam, which is uninhabited and one of the four islands within the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve. This stunning island in the middle of the Indian Ocean feels like the Zanzibar of Dar Es Salaam.
Visiting The Tanzanite Experience Museum gives you a chance to delve deep into history. It is an exciting journey that leads you right into the heart of this precious gemstone. Through a guided tour, visitors understand why Tanzanite is not only so rare and sought after and learn all processes.
Wet ‘n’ Wild is an entertainment and leisure complex (The Largest in East & Central Africa) offering a wide variety of activities spread over 6 acres of land. These include water slides, children’s water play systems, sports grounds, restaurants, Go-karts & a quad bike track & water sports.
The town of Bagamoyo is a home to world class Historical sites and one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites with rich cultural heritage waiting you to explore. This town was once a most important trading port along the East African Coast and a German East Africa Capital.
Just on the outskirts of the city, on the road to Bagamoyo, 45 minutes drive from the City Centre, is a lively African artisan market commonly referred to as the Mwenge Carvers’ Market. Established in 1984, the centre has grown to house members of the Tanzanian Carvers’ Association.
The Dar es Salaam National Museum is located in Shabban Robert Street, next to the botanical gardens. Established in 1934 and open to the public since 1940, it was originally a memorial museum dedicated to King George V; one of the cars of the King is still on display