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Dar es Salaam

local guides in Dar es Salaam who can show you around.

Average hourly rate: 33.75 USD


  • Rate: 30.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 120
  • Languages: English Swahili

  • Ask me anything and I'll answer.


  • Rate: 100.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 1
  • Languages: English Swahili Congo Swahili

  • I am social and God fearing individual, like to travel especially locally, love networking and made new friends and also ...


  • Rate: 10.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 5
  • Languages: English Hindi

  • From India lives in dar es salaam. Since 2013 exploring.


  • Rate: 5.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 60
  • Languages: Swahili

  • Hello my name is John, I am young man who is originally from Tanzania . I am interested in meeting ...


  • Rate: 60.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 24
  • Languages: English Swahili

  • Im aged 19 i love to travel meeting new people experiencing new life style i know how to speaking swahili ...


  • Rate: 45.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 3
  • Languages: English Swahili

  • I have a young and dynamic personality, always eager to make my client's travel dreams a reality, specializing in achieving ...

Michael Kombole

  • Rate: 10.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 8
  • Languages: British English

  • I have been a guide and driver since 2013, I have many knowledge about the nature and culture of many ...


  • Rate: 10.00 USD/hour
  • Min hours: 2
  • Languages: English

  • Based tour company in Arusha , Tanzania for Travel Adventures for Climbing and Safaris

General information

Dar es Salaam (House of Peace in Arabic) was founded in 1862 by Sultan Seyyid Majid of Zanzibar on the site of the village of Mzizima. Mzizima's history dates back to the time when the Barawa people started to settle and cultivate the area around Mbwa Maji, Magogoni, Mjimwema, Gezaulole and Kibonde Maji Mbagara.Present day Dar es Salaam's origins have been influenced by a myriad of sultans, the Germans and the British. The city started as a fishing village in the mid 19th century, is now Tanzania's largest city, and has become one of East Africa’s most important ports and trading centers.With its great atmosphere, mix of African, Muslim, and South Asian influences, picturesque harbour, beaches, chaotic markets, and historic buildings, it is well worth extending your stay beyond the time between flights.Dar es Salaam is Tanzania's financial and political hub despite having lost its status as official capital to Dodoma in 1973.

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