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The Tanzanite Experience

Experience the mystery and history of this amazing gemstone that is unique to Tanzania and 1,000 times rarer than diamonds. ...more »

  • Location: Arusha
  • Type: Tanzanite Gems and Jewellery
  • Tel: +255 27 250 5101

Tinga Tinga Arts Cooperative Society

At the Tinga Tinga Arts Cooperative Society, artisans produce the popular and unique art style known as Tinga Tinga paintings, predominantly portraying the rich culture and tradition of Tanzania. ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Art and Souvenirs
  • Tel: +255 654 574 808

Neema Crafts

Visiting Neema Crafts guarantees you a fascinating experience, both enjoyable and challenging. You will have your eyes opened to a new side of Africa that many tourists miss ...more »

  • Location: Iringa
  • Type: Clothes Bags and Shoes
  • Tel: +255 786 431 274

Shanga Shangaa

"Shanga" is the KiSwahili word for bead. Shanga is a heartwarming project located at the River House on Burka Coffee Estates, next to Tanapa on the Dodoma Road. ...more »

  • Location: Arusha
  • Type: Arts and Cultural
  • Tel: +255 689 759 067

Schwari Collectables

Schwari Collectables is a unique fashion line made in Tanzania. Ladies and children's clothing, handbags & shoes. Each garment is beautifully hand-made with love and care. ...more »

  • Location: Arusha
  • Type: Made in Tanzania
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GOIG Vocational Handcraft Centre

GOIG Vocational Handcraft Centre is a Fair Trade Organisation that produces locally woven carpets, table mats, table runners and hammocks. All their products support local communities. ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Made in Tanzania
  • Tel: +255 22 262 8101


Moyo is a Tanzanian design house reflecting a vibrant traditional African aesthetic with contemporary style. ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Made in Tanzania
  • Tel: +255 755 507 255

The Green Room

The Green Room is a product design company with a conscience. Creating simple objects that are beautifully made, inspired by nature, the sea and sunshine. ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Made in Tanzania
  • Tel: +255 222 601 636

MagPie Designs

MagPie Designs is a unique range of jewellery and household bowls and platters made from hand-cut and kiln-fused glass. Earrings, rings, chokers, cufflinks, bowls & platters - each piece is original! ...more »

  • Location: Tabora
  • Type: Made in Tanzania

Kidogo Kidogo

Your iPhone case making a difference by putting life changing mobile technology into the hands of women across Tanzania ...more »

  • Location: Dar Es Salaam
  • Type: Made in Tanzania
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Our Local Experts say:

Take authentic Tanzanian goods home with you from your wonderful trip.  Tanzania has much to offer that is locally made from beautiful Kanga clothing, bags and linens to superbly hand crafted jewellery.

Tanzania has uniquely made dhow furniture, so spoil yourself and look out for that special piece to take home.  The Mt Meru Curio Market in Arusha has some interesting stalls where locally made wooden curios are crafted.  Shanga Shangaa delights visitors with their hand made glass beads and curios made from recycled material.  Go shopping today! 

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The St. George's Ball

The St. George's Ball

26 Apr

It's time for the annual St. Georges Ball at The Kilimanjaro Hyatt Regency Hotel. Presented by... more »

Artisan Market Dar es Salaam

Artisan Market Dar es Salaam

17 May

The biannual Artisan Market celebrates the widest selection of 'made in Tanzania' produce, crafts... more »

Ruaha Marathon

Ruaha Marathon

24 May

Mindset Empowerment (ME) is a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that has initiated an... more »

French School Bazaar

French School Bazaar

31 May

This is one of the largest Bazaars in Dar es Salaam with over 800 people in attendance. Stalls... more »

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