The Best Places to Take Mum on Mother’s Day in Tanzania

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Mother’s Day is the best time to celebrate mothers and motherhood while appreciating the effort and challenges mothers face when raising and nurturing families. If you are stuck or running out of ideas of how to mark this beautiful day, here are some of the best places to take mum on Mother’s Day.

  • Take her out for a fine dining experience

There are various places to take your mum on Mother’s Day to enjoy delicious lunches, afternoon teas and snacks in Tanzania, but we suggest treating her to a fine dining experience in some of the best restaurants in Tanzania like Mediterraneo in Dar es Salaam for Italian food.

  • Go on an Island adventure

If your mother loves adventure, during this Mother’s Day, take her to Prisons Island located off Stone Town in Zanzibar for an exciting day trip to see the giant turtles and enjoy relaxing moments on a beautiful and quiet beach.

  • Go on a spice tour

Treat your mum on this Mother’s Day with an interesting spice tour afternoon in Zanzibar. The half day trip is a perfect way to learn about Zanzibar’s spices and tropical fruits. You can also use this opportunity to buy spices as a gift.

  • Explore Arusha National Park

In Arusha, Arusha National Park is one of the best places to take your mum on Mother’s Day for a nice African safari. To make the day even more exciting, book her a night stay in one of the luxurious lodges in Arusha like Arusha coffee Lodge a perfect haven for relaxation after a safari.

  • Gifting mum with a spa experience

Treat mum to a luxury Mother’s Day spa package at Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel. Combine it with a workout session for a wellness and renewal experience.

  • Visit the Village Museum

A tour around the Village Museum in Dar es Salaam is another exciting place to take mum on Mother’s Day, and it is an interesting way to reminisce about the past. See a number of typical style Tanzanian traditional huts and learn more about the tribes of the country. Remember to buy a souvenir for your mum.

Here’s more you need to know about Mother’s Day, the origin of this celebration and where it is celebrated in Africa.


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