Hotel Travertine

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

Jambo Tanzania

A travel blog entry by cathyshaw69 on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... first lion sighting of the trip, and a very nice way to end off.

Tanzania seems to have very bad drivers, with very bad roads, and we saw a great many accidents and dangerous driving along the way. 300 km later we drove through the outskirts of Dar Es Salaam. The last 30 km took us 2 hours to weave through the sea of humanity, bicycles and busses. These drivers make our ...

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Dec 09, 2013

2 photos

... find heavy traffic but it all seemed to be moving.
We found out that today is a Bank Holiday.
Still looked like London rush hour to me.

We arrived at our beach camp and pitched our tents.
It's lovely to be beside the sea again.
Instead of the Atlantic, this is now the Indian Ocean.
I've travelled from the West African coast to the East African coast.
Again, the camp site had made a meal for us.
Had a few drinks at the beach bar before going to ...


A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Nov 10, 2013


... included lunch (a delicious tuna steak for me) and a tour of Stone Town. The guide (Ali) was hilarious and could imitate both a cockney and an Aussie accent really well. We were taken through some of the tiny alleys as well as being shown the old fort, where Freddy Mercury lived, the old British embassy, the old slave markets and old Sultan's palace. It was really interesting to get a flavour of the history, especially as told by Ali! The slaves had a brutal time. ...

Huge, hot, dry... Welcome to Tanzania!

A travel blog entry by on Sep 21, 2013

6 photos

... due to its' Arabic, African and Indian cultural influences (the reason why I insisted on going to Dar). In some arabic/ muslim areas I felt quite uncomfortable so I put my scarf on my head to cover as much of my hair and face as possible, like most ladies did (and it worked out, I firstly felt much more comfortable and accepted and secondly people didn't stare at me with this glance of dispite).

Yeah so this was maybe the first and last time ...

Dar Es Salaam

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Aug 21, 2013

8 photos

... missing one of the items. From my research before I started my trip, I learned that Dar Es Salaam taxis are notorious for robbery’s where they pull into a dark alley and hold you hostage until they exhaust your bank accounts. I took all the precautions and even text messaged the hotel the name of our driver. Luckily everything went well, except for the enormous traffic jam. The state of the roads in Dar Es Salaam were despicable.

Dar ...

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