Dar es Salaam once used to be the Tanzania capital city. Trips basically begin from the big port of Dar es Salaam placed near the Zanzibar Island. Some of the most famous places of attractions in Dar es Salaam are Observation Hill, the National Museum and the Village Museum.
Pugu Hills is a designated nature reserve placed around twenty five kilometers from the center of Dar es Salaam. Along with a chance to hike the trails, you can also pick to bird waters or visit the cave which is popular for its colony of bats.
Coco Beach, also called as Oyster Bay, is a stretch of beach placed on the Msasani Peninsula of Dar es Salaam. If you are looking for amazing things to do in Dar es Salaam, go to the Coco Beach on the weekend when it is packed full of local Asians and Tanzanians.
Similar to Lamu or Mombasa, Bagamoyo town placed north of Dar es Salaam, is a very old East African trade port. The town has been influenced by Indians and Arabs to make a uniquely Swahili culture.
On a day tour to Bagamoyo, you can visit very old ruins, old mosques and churches and tour one of Tanzania's only college of arts called as Chuo Cha Sanaa.
The average flying distance from Serengeti Seronera to Dar es Salaam is over 686 km and will take you around two hours and fifteen minutes from airport to airport.
There are regular cheap flights from Serengeti Seronera to Dar es Salaam route from Precision Air, Regional Air, Auric Air, and Coastal Aviation.
There are four airlines fly Dar es Salaam flights from Serengeti Seronera.
You will get a remarkable view of the country as you travel from Northern Inland to the east coast of Tanzania. Enjoy the remarkable views of the lush vegetation and pretty villages that you pass over as you head off to the capital city. You will also have to pass
over the Maswa Game Reserve, Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Conversation Area, and the Tarangire National Park on your journey so be on the lookout.