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The most important trading town in Tanzania from the late 19th Century
Used to be one of the major location during the slave trade.
Used to be the entry point for explorers and traders wanting to go inwards into “dark Africa”. Famous explorers i.e. David Livingstone, Richard Burton, John Speke, Henry Morton Stanley passed through this centre for their trip inwards.
Was the Headquarters for German East Africa
Pristine Beaches for snorkeling and relaxing.
Kaole Ruins dating back to the 13th Century.
Located 75km North of Dar es Salaam
Bagamoyo is 6°26’South, 38°54’East on the Indian Ocean Cost of Tanzania.
Bagamoyo covers an area of about 320 Sq. Kms.
Climate is Coastal which is mainly hot and humid with seasonal rains combined with Savannah landscapes.
Hot and humid weather most of the year round- Hottest months from November – February with average day temperatures of 31 C.
2 distinct rainy seasons i.e. April-May “ Long Rains” / October-November “Short Rains”.
Historical Excursions in and around the city.
Visit the famous Kaole Ruins that dates back to the 13th Century.
Walk around the town centre to feel the historic value this small town has played in the history of Tanzania.
Relax on the beach, snorkel or paddle.
Pay a visit to the well known Bagamoyo Centre for Arts and Culture to seelocal culture being taught to many foreign students.
Kearsley (T) Ltd.
16, Zanaki Street, P. O. Box 801,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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Tel: +255 22 2137713