4 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS IN PANGANI
Pangani tour will take you to the modern town that came to prominence in the nineteenth century, when, under nominal Zanzibari rule, it was a major terminus of caravan routes to the deep interior. From the 1860s onward townspeople established large plantations of sugar and coconut in Mauya, along the banks of the river just west of town. The plantations were worked by slave labor, and Pangani also became an important center of the slave trade, shipping captives taken in the war’s attendant on the collapse of the Shambaa kingdom in the Usambara mountains to the plantations of Pemba and Zanzibar. After the Sultan of Zanzibar signed treaties with Great Britain outlawing the ocean-going trade in slaves in 1873, Pangani became a center for smuggling slaves across the narrow channel to Pemba, in evasion of British warships.
4 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS IN PANGANI ITINERARY
WHAT TO EXPECT
The trip will start from either Dar es Salaam or Arusha to Tanga town upon your arrival you will eat lunch and later visit the Ambon Caves, the caves are located just 8km away from Tanga town, the caves are the most extensive limestone in East Africa. The caves are said to have been formed about 150 million years ago, you will have your tour and drive back to town for your dinner and overnight.
After breakfast departure from Pangani Town to Maziwe Marine Park with lunch boxes for half day Snorkeling tour, later on around 4.00pm come back to Pangani for dinner and overnight in the lodge. Dinner and Overnight Pangani Coast.
After breakfast departure from the Lodge to Pangani River Cruise for Half day cruise, later on come back to Pangani Town for Lunch and then later on drive back to Dar es salaam /Arusha. End of pangani Experience.
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