Trip Insight Tanzania provide airport transfers and Private Taxi service from Morogoro town to: to city, DAr es salaam, Iringa Tanga, Mbeya and Julius Nyerere International Airport and all other Tanzania Cities, by online booking, personalized pickup and flat rates, for your absolute comfort.
Meet & Greet service included at Dar es salaam International Airpor, Morogoro Main Bus stand, Morogoro Airstrip, Iringa Airport, Tanga Airport, Songwe Airport. The most comfortable way to get from Milan airport to city!
Book Online a Taxi Service, directly through our booking page and pay with credit/debit card or PayPal or cash on arrival. The selected vehicle will be waiting at airport lounge with a sign showing your name to take you to your destination without having to pay any other amount. Private taxi service also available on mid-long distances transfers.
Morogoro Shuttle to Dar es salaam
Whether it is a shuttle to and from the airport, a vehicle to different places within the holiday destination, or to take trips around the local tourist destinations, one needs transport to go everywhere and to access everything. Tourists feel at peace when details of their holiday, such as transport, are taken care of.
Above you will find some of the top operators in the airport transfers and shuttle services business. There are many shuttle and airport transfers companies in Morogoro. Most of them are situated in Dar es salaam and Morogoro. Others are also spread country wide. We have the best offer for the same service.
Dar es salaam Travel Guide
Dar es Salaam (/ˌdɑːr ɛs səˈlɑːm/; from Arabic: دَار السَّلَام, romanized: Dār as-Salām, lit. ‘Abode of Peace’) is the largest city and financial hub of Tanzania. It is also the capital of Dar es Salaam Region.
With a population of over six million people, Dar es Salaam is the largest city in East Africa and the sixth-largest in Africa. Located on the Swahili coast, Dar es Salaam is an important economic centre and is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.
The town was founded by Majid bin Said, the first Sultan of Zanzibar, in 1865 or 1866.
It was the main administrative and commercial center of German East Africa, Tanganyika, and Tanzania. The decision was made in 1974 to move the capital to Dodoma and was officially completed in 1996.
Dar es Salaam is Tanzania’s most prominent city for arts, fashion, media, film, television, and finance. It is the capital of the co-extensive Dar es Salaam Region, one of Tanzania’s 31 administrative regions, and consists of five districts: Kinondoni in the north; Ilala in the centre; Ubungo and Temeke in the south; and Kigamboni in the east across the Kurasini estuary.