Route: Pemba to Dar es Salaam
Located on the East African coast, Dar es Salaam offers a mix of vibrant city life and natural wonders. The city caters for several kinds of getaway, from city breaks to luxurious beach escapes. Dar has become a symbol of East African diversity and it’s a must-visit for everyone. There’s something to discover around every corner in this amazing city. The city’s main airport is Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), which handles both domestic and international flights from destinations within Tanzania and from all over the world. The airport is located about 12 km southwest of the city centre, and the most convenient mode of transport from the city is a taxi. Other transport options include buses, airport and hotel shuttles.
Distance and Flight Time
Positioned on the natural harbour on the East African coast, the vibrant Dar es Salaam boasts an array of stunning attraction including pulsating nightlife, endless cultural attractions, and amazing shopping opportunities. The total distance between Pemba and Dar es Salaam is approx 180km. The flight duration is 1h 10m with regularly scheduled flights with As Salaam Air.
Not to Miss During Flights
The flight experience from Pemba to Dar es Salaam begins with a glimpse of the seascapes and picturesque small islands. The view changes as the plane flies out of the archipelago to views of spectacular forests and remote communities. As Salaam Air flies passengers in twin turbo-prop Embraer aircraft, passengers enjoy good vies and reach Dar Es Salaam in the shortest possible time.
Airport & Layover Tips
The major airport serving Dar es Salaam is the Julius Nyerere International Airport, which is located about 12km south of the city. The airport is one of the busiest airports in the East Africa; it attracts many tourists every year. There are several options for getting around the city after your flight lands at Dar es Salaam Airport. If you’re looking for where to stay, there are several hotels located near the airport and around the city.