WHERE TO STAY IN DAR ES SALAAM
Since there is no regulated and proper international ranking hotel standard system in Tanzania, these self-acclaimed star rankings are ever questionable. AfricanMecca proposes the Hotel Tier Ranking for Tanzania to guide you appropriately in making an informed decision for your stay in Dar es Salaam based on your needs and preferences. Go for The Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, the Kilimanjaro that is a part of an international chain of hotels and is the ultimate “Tier 1 Luxury City Based Accommodation”, if that is your preference. The Oyster Bay Hotel is another extravagance boutique hotel that offers you excellent service, great cuisine and first-rate rooms in the posh sea view suburbs of Msasani. It is also your ideal choice if you are looking for a homely luxury accommodation experience with a few rooms – 8 only, and also awesome personalized services.
Guests looking for Tier 2 Deluxe accommodations can choose from hotels such as Hotel Sea Cliff and Serena Dar es Salaam Hotel. The former is located on the edge of a rock face and offers you sweeping tranquiller views of the Indian Ocean. It has a separate selection of Village Rooms – separate from the main hotel that mirrors a Tier 3 Value accommodation experiences but with access to the facilities offered by the main hotel – a total hybrid accommodation on offer. If you are looking for Dar accommodations close to the city’s hub but also good value for money, you might want to choose Tier 3 accommodations such as Southern Sun Dar es Salaam, Protea Dar es Salaam Courtyard etc. The Hotel Slipway is part of a complete recreational complex in the ocean facing suburbs of Dar es Salaam, and offers you not just comfortable stay overs at economical rates but is a complete family entertainment destination complete with boutique shops, restaurants, fresh juice and ice cream parlors (read more on when is the best time to visit Dar es Salaam).
DAR ES SALAAM CITY & BEACH HOTELS
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EAST AFRICA SAFARI & BEACH BOOKING TRIP IDEA FOR DAR ES SALAAM IN EASTERN TANZANIA
When visiting Dar es Salaam, we recommend experiencing some of the surrounding Dar es Salaam attractions and cultural activities after your Northern Tanzania safari to Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti (wildebeest migration). End your trip with a Swahili cultural tour and beach holiday in Zanzibar.
You may optionally extend out to offbeat parks in Southern and Western Tanzania such as Nyerere (Selous), Ruaha or Katavi ending with a chimpanzee trekking safari at Gombe or Mahale by the relaxing Lake Tanganyika.
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BEACH VACATIONING IN DAR ES SALAAM
Dar es Salaam's coastal metropolis has three distinct beach areas. The first in the north e.g Kunduchi, the second in the south e.g. Ras Kutani and the third is within the city limits of Oyster Bay e.g. Coco.
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GUIDE ON DAR ES SALAAM
Dar es Salaam, the peaceful haven of Tanzania, was unceremoniously inaugurated around early 1860's by the Sultan of Zanzibar who initiated the development of a harbor town close to the fishing settlement of Mzizima.
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DAR ES SALAAM TOURS & ATTRACTIONS
Dar es Salaam with her many charms, has much to offer. For an in-depth look into her past, go to the National Museum and House of Culture for cultural ethnographic collections, artifacts and colonialism vestiges.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT DAR ES SALAAM
Dar has the ideal climate for you through most of the equatorial seasons of the year. Temperatures are more or less stable, but they might vary according to monsoon winds that affect its rainy and dry seasons.
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