Pangani Offers:

 Historical town tour. Explore Historic buildings of Pangani town, slave market, old port and slave routes
Pangani River cruising
A boat trip to Maziwe Marine Park Island for swimming, sun-bathing, snorkeling and watching dolphins
Village tours.. a welcome to Coast people´s home and stay with a  family getting an insight of the Swahili culture. Participate in various activities with the family members

Green Turtle Experience:
An opportunity to explore the life of Endangered Green Turtles. Visits to nesting sites and get to know their breeding behavior

Cycling Tours:
Cycling tours around the town to the German fort, then proceed to  Mwera, sisal plantations Kikokwe the first place where sisal was  introduced to Eastern Africa by Dr. Richard Hindrof and adjacent  villages. Other cycling tours can take you to Mkoma to see the Pemba  channel, Mwanaunguja corals and bombarded German war ship to the beaches of Ushongo

Fishing with local Fishermen:
Evening tour within and around Pangani town. Get an insight of local entertainments available in the area Farm tour:- visit local farms with coconut, various types of fruits  and enjoy fresh fruits and coconut juice while rolling on criss-crossing the dominating coconut trees

Safari to Saandani Nationa Park:
An opportunity to travel or have a safari to Saadani National Park,  Where by there will be crossing Pangani river with a ferry (75 km / 3  hours’ drive). then another 35 km to Saadani village.
Saadani National Park: dubbed Where bush meets beach is a a  unique shoreline wilderness combining marine, savanna, forest and  riverine environments together with the historic village of Saadani.  70km north of Bagamoyo.



Pangani is a small town in East Africa’s coast that was 50 kms South  of Tanga with long history culture the town has Arabic, German, Asian  and British Colonial rules influence.

This is a place where Swahili,  Arab, colonial traditions and modern hospitality blends together.

This town is located at the mouth of Pangani River that collects its  water from Mt Kilimanjaro and Meru to the Indian Ocean.

Here you will  enjoy coastline with clean beaches where endangered Green Turtles  breeds, historic sites, coral reefs, Old Port as well as great diversity of tropical marine dwellers.

At the point where the massive Pangani River empties itself into the  Indian Ocean, a village has grown. The Pangani River passes through the  northern side of the town, separating the old buildings and the  present-day market from the farms and small houses on the southern side. The river itself requires a ferry to cross, its dark brown waters  filled heavily with alluvial silt as it meanders slowly into the ocean.  On either side of the little town, coconut palms and sisal plantations undulate towards the horizon.

Once a centre of Swahili trade with the African mainland; the town of Pangani is now a sleepy backwater with little memories of days of  splendor

The old German administrative boma still stands behind a  colonnade of tall shade trees and the former prison, painted a fading  ochre red, looks over the river´s lazy waters. Old houses along the main road offer lived-in examples of colonial and traditional Swahili  architecture, the buildings slowly crumbling against the monsoon winds.

Visitors passing through the area would do well to explore what remains  of the old town on foot. Even a short walk rewards visitors with a  glimpse of quiet life in the old trading towns along the Swahili Coast.

Pangani-House on rock