Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve

By ~ Lindo Travel


Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve

(Fungu ya Yasin, Mbudya, Bongoyo and Pangavini Islands) The Dar es salaam Marine Reserve are unique due to their proximity to the city, potential biodiversity and richness, good scenic diving and snorkeling sites, Marine birds and dolphins viewing. Occasionally hunchback whales are spotted in deep waters around the reserves from May to August. The islands are open to visitors during the day and have bandas shades, information boards and nature trails. Drinks and freshly cooked fish can be purchased from local community members, who also serve as tour guides and rangers.

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