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Essential tips to perfectly plan your Kilwa holiday

Essential tips to perfectly plan your Kilwa holiday

Though Kilwa Masoko is always crowded with tourists but winters are the preferred time to enjoy the beaches as well as the local markets of Kilwa Masoko. Try the delicious seafood and enjoy the dazzling nightlife. Accommodation Kilwa Masoko has some of the best...
Tanzanian Holiday in Kilwa

Tanzanian Holiday in Kilwa

Tanzanian Holiday in KilwaIf you are planning on taking a Tanzania Safari why not plan on visiting Kilwa and see the ruins of a thriving sultanate from around 960AD and how it all came apart with foreign invasion and the slave trade.Location and Size KilwaTo visit the...
Kilwa Fishing & Mafia Island Fishing

Kilwa Fishing & Mafia Island Fishing

Fishing trip in a dhow: Local fishermen are happy to take guests out in their dhow boats, which have ploughed the Indian Ocean for 1,000 years. Learn how to sail these wooden vessels, then relax with a rod and tackle.This paradise island offers a way much more diving,...
Kilwa Ruins

Kilwa Ruins

KILWA RUINS HISTORY OF KILWA RUINS Kilwa Kisiwani (literally means ‘isle of the fishes’) is a medieval archeological site, located in present day Tanzania on the eastern coast of Africa, 300 kilometers south of Dar es Salaam. It is situated 3 kilometers off the...