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  • Amazing Ghetto movie theatre
  • chapati making and tasting
  • local markets and Swahili culture
  • Daily life in Dar

Meeting point

We will meet at Millennium Towers, along New Bagamoyo Road,next to the village museum.

What to Expect

Come join me as we cycle around the city of Dar es Salaam, also called Dar. Meet the locals and see the daily life.

We will try the coffee made by a youth group of roasters who sell coffee for a living along the route that we will be taking...

What is included

  • Mountain bike
  • local snacks (kashata)
  • local tea with Chapatti
  • soft drinks
  • bottled water
  • Safety helmets
  • swahili Lunch

What to bring

  • Camera
  • hiking/ comfortable shoes
  • sunscreen

Please note

Must know how to ride a bicycle.
We will bike for 3-4hours covering about 15km.

About your Localist


My name is Hoboka a fun loving, adventurous and enthusiastic young lady. I reside in the biggest country in east Africa called Tanzania. Known for the Kilimanjaro mountain, the vast Serengeti national park and the remarkable Zanzibar. Allow me and my team take you to different places within the country so that you can see how rich our culture is and see what more the country has to offer.
We would like to invite you to the busiest city of Dar-es-salaam so you can see the remnants of the colonial era embedded in our today known Swahili Culture (a mixture of Persian, Indian, German, Bantu and Arabic culture).


  • English

$ 74 p.p. if 9

Max 16 People

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