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Approximately 2,700,000 people call this place home.
It isn't always easy to find activities that everyone in the family can enjoy. Luckily, attractions such as Wet n Wild Water Park, Water World and Kunduchi Wet 'N' Wild Water Park mean this won't be an issue in Dar es Salaam.
Keen to explore the wildest spot in town? Then plan an outing to the Dar-es-Salaam Zoo, where you can admire some of the wonders of the incredible animal kingdom.
Places like the Dar es Salaam Botanical Gardens play an important role in both regional and international plant conservation efforts. The unique flora collection found here is both impressive and beautifully displayed.
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside! If that's something you regularly find yourself singing, make sure you squeeze in a trip to Coco Beach.
Don't spend all your trip roaming shopping centres and museums. Venture into nature! Pugu Hills Nature Centre is a pocket of beauty where you get outside and inhale some clean, fresh air.
Looking to expand your mind? The National Museum of Tanzania has a wide range of intriguing objects and displays. It's also a serene place to take refuge from a wet-weather day. Nyumba ya Sanaa and the Makumbusho Village are also worthwhile. Enquire about guided tours to get the most out of your visits.
Atiman House and Kaole Ruins should be on your radar if you want to discover some history-filled attractions. If you still want more, continue on to Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery.
Provide your body with some nourishment of the spiritual type by stopping at St Joseph's Cathedral, a significant piece of Dar es Salaam's religious heritage.
For an insight into the stories and events that have helped shape Dar es Salaam into the city as we know it, drop by the Askari Monument and Azania Front Lutheran Church. The Uhuru Monument is one more important monument that is bound to take your interest.
The University of Dar es Salaam is one of the area's most well-known centres for higher learning. Appreciate the contemporary architecture and have a chinwag with students about campus life.
This destination is a shopper's utopia. You can find all that you need and a good deal more at Mlimani City and Kariakoo Market. Your next stop is Kivukoni Fish Market or Mwenge Carvers Market, where you'll find lots of other tantalising outlets to check out. After all, a shopper can never have too much retail therapy!
Read through the schedule of events at the Little Theatre, one of Dar es Salaam's prime entertainment venues.
Don’t forget to book some extra baggage for those golf clubs. Nothing beats a relaxed day on the green at the Lugalo Golf Course.