One of the great attractions of Tanzania is it’s fantastic 800km coastline with palm fringed beaches of white sand and historic towns of Dar es salaam, Bagamoyo, Kilwa, Lindi, Mikindani, and Mtwara, along with the exotic island of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia.

Mafia Island

Mafia Island lying only 160 km south of Dar Es salaam , the name Mafia delieves from the Ma-Afir, a tribe from ancient Yemen who dominated the coast around 1000BCE.


Bagamoyo is a centre for dhow sailboat building on Tanzanian coast. A quiet place with a few German colonial buildings  still standing. During most of history, Bagamoyo has been  far

Dar es Salaam City

It is Tanzania’s largest city and its economic capital. Located in a quite bay off the Indian ocean coast, the majority of tourist to Tanzania never see Dar Es

Saadani National Park

Saadani is set to become Tanzania’s first National Park fronting onto the ocean and if the visitors are really lucky they may have a chance to see lions and elephant’s


Age and distance separate Zanzibar’s main islands, Unguja  and Pemba. Despite its small size and obscure location, Zanzibar holds an almost legendary status among travelers as an exotic island paradise