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Gilberto Vieira

Living in Dar es Salaam, from Portugal

"Finding contacts among the expats in Tanzania's tourism industry wasn't half as difficult as I had feared. "

Chen Ming

Living in Dar es Salaam, from China

"Karibu Sana, fellow expats in Dar es Salaam or 'Dar', for short! You'll probably need some tips on the 'do's & 'don't's in Tanzania."

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Welcome to the Expatriates Dar es Salaam Community!

Karibu and welcome to our community for Dar es Salaam expats! Our private network helps you to settle in easily when moving to or living abroad in Dar es Salaam: Get to know like-minded expatriates in Dar es Salaam in a casual way, find reliable information and tips about expat life in Tanzania and meet fellow expats from Dar es Salaam’s international community at our first-class InterNations events.

Curious to explore other communities in Africa, e.g. our chapter for Expatriates Riyadh? Or you might think of stopping by at our Expat Dubai community on your next weekend trip.

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Dar es Salaam Expatriates Network

Join our high-quality network of Dar es Salaam expats to connect with expatriates living abroad in Dar es Salaam like you.

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Expat Forum Dar es Salaam

Get trustworthy and authentic advice from fellow members about all aspects of expat life in Dar es Salaam.

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Dar es Salaam Events for Expatriates

Attend our monthly events and activities for Dar es Salaam expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Dar es Salaam Expat Events

Make the most of your Dar es Salaam Expat Life

The "House Of Peace", formerly known as Mzizima, offers an exciting intercultural experience for expats, starting with cultural highlights, like the Makumbusho Village Museum, which showcases several ethnic groups from Tanzania,, the folkloristic festivities on the occasion of Tanzania’s Zanzibar Revolution Day, up to getting a taste of traditional ugali. The InterNations community helps you as an Dar es Salaam expat to enjoy your expat stay in Tanzania to the fullest. Our members have already come across many of the questions you’ll have when starting your expatriate life in Dar es Salaam and kindly offer you their assistance, from ʺHow many months of rent does a landlord in Dar' usually demand in advance?ʺ up to ʺShould I register with my native country's embassy upon arrival?ʺ.

Become part of our Expat Dar es Salaam Community

Our members have their roots in Brazil, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and almost any other country around the globe, all sharing your situation as an expat in Dar es Salaam. InterNations makes it easy for you to connect with fellow expats in Dar es Salaam. Next to our active online community, our members also regularly meet in real life at top-class events or go for weekend activities together, e.g. to visit Tanzania’s famous landmarks around the hot, humid shoreline.

Also take a look at our network for Expatriates Brussels to experience InterNations all over the globe. Or you could take a peek at our community for Shanghai Expat instead!

Please feel cordially invited to become part. Our members of the Dar es Salaam community are open-minded, helpful and looking forward to welcome you on board. Simply request your personal invitation and you’ll be graciously received by our expat Dar es Salaam chapter!

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