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Welcome to Bagamoyo

Bagamoyo is art, culture, and a fascinating history. The town lies on the beautiful coast of Tanzania, north of Dar es Salaam.

The town of Bagamoyo – nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – was once an important trading port and the capital of German East Africa. It was the stopover for the slave and ivory caravans who traveled from Lake Tanganyika to Zanzibar.

The annual highlight is the Bagamoyo Arts Festival which takes place around the end of September and the beginning of October. The festival involves traditional dance, drums, and acrobatics. A good way to meet starting artists and artists.


Bagamoyo has a tropical climate and is a wonderful destination all year


April and May:

There’s a higher chance of rain. This means mainly a tropical shower in the morning and sometimes at night. The temperatures are pleasant.

June to October:

In Bagamoyo, this is the “cool” period. The temperature is pleasant. The temperature varies from 25 to 35 degrees.

November to December:

Precipitation varies. Temperatures slightly rise.

December to February:

This is the hottest period of the year.


Bagamoyo, built in the late 18th century, with many colonial buildings, was once one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast. Bagamoyo is now known for its art, culture, and fascinating history.

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