Senior Travel in Dar es salaamEdit This
The African nation of Tanzania is a vibrant and well-traveled
location, with people from all over the world visiting and experiencing
the authenticity of Africa. The port of Dar es Saalam is one that can
be seen as a gateway to an African adventure of a lifetime. Seniors
need not be concerned about anything, since the character of all
Africans is honor and respect to the elders, no matter what nationality
The people of Tanzania wear their heart on their sleeve, and this
can be best experienced when the hotel room is first booked. A great
place to hang the hat and stay a while is the Movenpick Hotel and
Resort in Dar es Saalam. This lovely hotel is a prime location for many
seniors that come to experience all that this great continent and
country has to offer. The rooms are clean and the handicapped
accommodations are readily available, so that even the wheel-chaired
senior will be able to enjoy the landscape and excitement.
The Thrill of the National Museum
The senior adventurer will love the national Museum of Tanzania, as it offers a rare look into the many archeological and historically important discoveries that this African country is well-known for. Located in the downtown area, the museum has fossil discoveries from the Olduvai Gorge as well as a fascinating look into the historical significance of European colonialism and how that phenomena shaped Africa. This is from the perspective of the Afrikaner, and can be quite telling indeed. This is no walk through a history book, as the truth and the essential basic core principles of what colonialism meant to Tanzania, are explained in great detail. The senior adventurer will be happy looking at the many artifacts that are housed in the national Museum, and will maybe even learn a thing or two.
The Kariakoo Market is a great place for the adventurer to end up, and has all the accommodating factors that a senior would ever need. The safe and secure environment is made that way by the ever present guards stationed throughout the complex. The senior need not be too concerned about much anything except having a great time and taking in all that is Tanzania. The best way to get around for a senior traveler will certainly be the taxi, but if walking is not too strenuous, then the downtown area can be foot-travelled, if only during the day.