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Ilala Market

Come here to taste the real Tanzanian life. Local market offering a large selection of goods necessary for the locals.

Sukobaz St, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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Ilala Market in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

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Attractions near to Ilala Market

  • Askari Monument, Dar Es Salaam

    Askari Monument

    This solemn statue commemorates the lives and deeds of soldiers who fought in World War I in the British Corps.

  • Azania Front Lutheran Church, Dar Es Salaam

    Azania Front Lutheran Church

    Lutheran landmark of the city. This beautiful cathedral sports a distinctive Bavarian style – well worth to explore it closely.

  • Coco Beach, Dar Es Salaam

    Coco Beach

    Lovely beach popular especially with locals. Definitely stop by for some snack in the surrounding bistros.

  • Kivukoni Fish Market, Dar Es Salaam

    Kivukoni Fish Market

    Getting up early is well worth to see the fish market awaking to life. Witness the daily routine of Tanzanian fishermen.

  • National Museum, Dar Es Salaam

    National Museum

    Come here to learn many interesting and not commonly known facts about Tanzania. Rich and entertaining exhibitions.

  • Karimjee Hall, Dar Es Salaam

    Karimjee Hall

    The officially-looking building served as a seat of Tanzanian parliament. Stop by and marvel at its unique features.

  • Botanical Garden, Dar Es Salaam

    Botanical Garden

    These gardens were laid out during the German colonial era. Beautiful stretch of well manicured lush vegetation.

  • Village Museum, Dar Es Salaam

    Village Museum

    No one interested in the local culture should miss out on this museum. Open-air display of traditional habitats and crafts.

  • South Beach, Dar Es Salaam

    South Beach

    One of the most popular beaches in Tanzania – so vast that it never gets really crowded. You can also watch fishermen in action.

  • Mwenge Woodarvers Market, Dar Es Salaam

    Mwenge Woodarvers Market

    The name just says it all: this is the best place to purchase the beautiful products made by Tanzanian craftsmen.

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