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Mbudya Island is a great place to come to rest and relax and completely unwind. The clear blue waters are ideal for snorkelling activities and you can pick up some traditional arts and crafts from local tradespeople.2 Village Museum
There's plenty to see at the Village Museum. The venue is out in the open air and visitors thoroughly enjoy the traditional Ngoma dance performances and have the opportunity to purchase paintings by local artists.3 Dar Es Salaam Zoo
This zoo is very popular with tourists and locals and the place to come to see an assortment of animals, ranging from snakes and turtles, lions and ostriches.4 Mbalamwezi Beach Club
If you want to relax on the beach, while enjoying some delicious beverages, the Mbalamwezi Beach Club is definitely the place for you. This bar is very lively and upbeat and the music is awesome.5 National Museum
Learn about the history of Tanzania here and view the collection of fossils, sculptures and various exhibitions, featuring topics and themes in relation to pre-historic evolution and the history of tribes in Tanzania. Photographs and other artifacts are also on display here, covering Tanzania's colonial period and the car collection display is very interesting.