|Utilities (Electricity, Heating, ...) for medium apartment||$118.45|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$29.51|
|Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend)||$10.63|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$2.00|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$736.53|
|Loaf of white bread||$0.86|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre||$511.31|
Tanzania is ranked high in tourism rankings with its cities like Dar es Salaam. This city found along the coastal area is considered the richest urban area that aids Tanzania’s skyrocketing economy. Translated as the abode or dwelling of peace, Dar es Salaam attained its illustrious tourism status by showcasing prominent historic buildings and by presenting a scenic site of its nature heritage. This causes the rapid growth of tourists count entering the city through cheap flights to Dar es Salaam.
The country has a so-called National Museum of Tanzania, which is composed of five museums with two of them instituted in Dar es Salaam. The two exhibition sites display different tourism elements, offering sightseers a diverse set of attractions. First, the National Museum proper concentrates on highlighting Tanzanian history with the Parnthropus boisei bones as its key asset. Paranthropus boisei is scientifically known as an older hominin and noted for being the largest species above all Paranthropus genus. Renowned archaeologist Louis Leakey explored the Olduvai Gorge and discovered its bones. Individuals interested in the human evolution and its proof take cheap flights to Dar es Salaam just to lay eyes on this unearthed archaeological jewel, which is celebrated for being the hominins that pioneered the use of primitive stone tools.
The Village Museum, on the other hand, places the spotlight on ethnic groups living in the country. Travelers will find traditional huts built by 16 ethnic groups in Tanzania together with samples of cultivated land areas by visiting this institution. Also considered as a live museum, the Village Museum lets vacationers become audiences to cultural performances like traditional dances in tune to their local music. Schedules for live performances are held daily to accommodate sightseers who arrive on location.
There is also a noticeable increase in hotels in Dar es Salaam giving credit to these attractions. Lodging options are located near food establishments where you can try scrumptious Dar es Salaam cuisines like Mishkaki, or its version of shish kebab, and Nyama Choma, a rice meal with roasted meat. Tourists then wrap up their tour by buying souvenir items, which are obtainable at cheap prices in local stores.