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 important than Dar, But in the last century it has become a set of decaying ruins. The town was originally the mainland terminus for the slave trade routes. In Swahili language, , Bagamoyo means ‘lay down your heart’ it was here that those slaves who survived the three to six months walk from the interior , usually carrying ivory , eventually gave up all hope of freedom and returning to their people.
City tours , Kaole ruins and tombs , Old German forties, the Anglican church.
Located at north eastern part from the city of Dar Es salaam , about 30km away.
Best time to visit
Throughout the year
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