Explore wild Tanzania without breaking the bank
You shouldn’t have to be a millionaire to have a bucket-list worthy experience of Tanzania.
We have created amazing spaces to meet and swap stories with other travelers, eat food worth writing about, and stay in smart, thoughtfully-designed accommodation.
Come experience the hidden gem of Tanzania’s coastline which boasts some of the country’s most beautiful beaches, authentic Swahili culture, the impressive Kilwa ruins (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and delicious, freshly caught seafood prepared by our very talented local chef.
Dar es Salaam
Supremely located in the leafy suburb of Masaki, the Slow Leopard Dar es Salaam is just minutes away from shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, and a short trip to the city, the Zanzibar ferry or the nearby islands of Bongoyo or Mbudya.
Some travelers words
The Hostel itself is a very nice place to sleep and spend some time in. The restaurant is very well designed and the whole hostel has a very relaxing, pleasant atmosphere. But most of all I would like to mention how awesome the two owners of the hostel were.
I arrived there by myself and I wasn't sure, how I could an adequat covid-test to fly back to my homecountry. When the owners found out about my problem, they immediately offerd to help me, called the office of my airline with me and told me where I can visit them. In general they were very friendly, laid back and made me feel safe and welcome at their hostel. I can only recommend this place!