Hotel Karibu

Haile Selassie Road, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by leonnatmckenna


Today we caught the western australia made ferry to Zanzibar. It was such a smooth ride. We arrived in stone town in the morning, checked into the Karibu Inn and headed off into the old town and its labyrinth of streets and went to the old peace memorial and church where David Livingstone died. We then saw the eeriest thing outside the church. It …

Jambo jambo from the paradise island of ...

A travel blog entry by mikeandlou2002

Jambo Jambo from the paradise island of Zanzibar... Since leaving the base of Kilimanjaro on the 8th June we travelled directly to the bustling town of Dar es Salaam, stopping only for a couple of pee-stops and a 20 minute halt at a Tanzanian service station where for around 6 dollars we wolfed a plate of rice, chicken curry, goat stew and samosas …

Day 7 - Dar Es Salaam --> Zanzibar, Nungwi.

A travel blog entry by alicegiles

... at the Beach bungalows in Nungwi, North of Zanzibar was the best feeling. The complex was so nice, shops, bars and restaurants all on the beach, and of course the white sand and crystal clear water, this was definitely the best place yet. That night was the best night also as we were all up for making it a messy night, we went to a beach club literally a few steps away and we all danced the night ...

From Dar to Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne


... it managed to do while I snorkeled around with SPF 40 sunscreen. Basically, you can't fight the sun in Zanzibar--my pale, white skin was just no match for temperatures of nearly 95 and being so close to the equator. I also kid you not that the water was impossibly warm--seriously felt like warm bath water when I first went to the beach.

The rest of the day I spent with an awesome Australian couple, Rosy and Derry, and Jelle, a Dutch guy ...

Goodbye to new friends

A travel blog entry by deano-webby


... doing it with bad sunburn is another thing. Not nice at all! But don't worry, I took it like a man! (And whinged the whole time...). The ferry crossing the bay was interesting. It carried cars and people all mixed in with each other. Probably had a license to carry 20 cars and 50 people, probably carried about 30 cars and 300 - 400 people rammed in. I was told by Steve afterwards that the UK government travel website had warned against using ferrys in Tanzania, ...


This hotel, located on Haile Selassie Road, Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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