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Tanga airport Transfer to Kilindi

Are you looking for a private transfer or a taxi from Tanga / Kilimanjaro Dar es salaam? With ou transfers you can book your trip in less than 60 seconds and with instant confirmation. Our driver will be waiting for you with a welcome sign upon arrival at any of the  Airport in Tanzania and will take you directly to your hotel, villa or flat in Arusha / Kilimanjaro / Dar es salaam or Tanga.

The cars we use are spotless, well maintained and equipped with air conditioning to ensure that your journey is a comfortable one. We will provide you with the best customer service and a seamless, luxury travel experience.  From the moment you start your journey with us you can be assured that we will deliver you safely and comfortably to your destination.

We specialize in Dar es salaam / Kilimanjaro /Zanzibar and all other cities of Tanzania. Our booking process is simple, simply fill in the online booking form and we will send you a confirmation email containing your booking reference number along with your transfer details, including the price you need to pay. 

All of our  Airport Transfers are performed in a private vehicle for just you and your party, as we do not provide shared transfers.

Tanga Travel Guide

Tanga’s tourism has grown a lot over the years and visitors always find interesting things to do in Tanga. This is due to its strategic location in the north-eastern corner of Tanzania and being the oldest towns along the coast of Tanzania. Tanga links the well-known Kilimanjaro region with Dar es Salaam in the south and neighbours Kenya to the north.

1. Explore Amboni Caves; one of the top things to do in Tanga as there are ancient paintings‚ animal footprints and signs of witchcraft and offerings. These mysterious caves are located 8km north of Tanga City. They are probably the most extensive limestone caves in East Africa that were sculptured by nature into a fascinating underground world of halls‚ chambers‚ niches and tunnels‚ some equipped with stalactites and stalagmites. A one-kilometre stretch can be explored with a local guide who can also tell you more about the history of the caves and of people who hid there over the ages. You will see formations that locals describe as the Virgin Mary and even the statue of Liberty.

2. Discover Tongoni Ruins. Traveling about 17 km south of Tanga City lies Tongoni ruins. Tongoni Town contains the largest collection of Shiraz Tombs in East Africa. These remains also indicate the prosperity the town enjoyed before the arrival of the Portuguese who caused the disruption of the trading routes on which coastal towns like Tongoni depended on. Tongoni Ruins comprise of the crumbling remains of a mosque and over forty tombs. Both the mosque and the tombs are estimated to date from the 14th and 15th Century.

Welcome to Tanzania, a true paradise for wilderness and safari enthusiasts. 


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