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The Kaole ruins (if visited with a guide) reveals a wealth of information on Tanzania's past including the graves of true lovers, the eternal fresh water source, a giant baobab that supports your longevity and more
We visited Kaole with our friendly, and knowledgeable guide from Halisi Adventures.
Kaole ruins id Very nice place to visiting if you wanna explore African culture and history. It has few interesting things to visit like 13th Century Mosque, 13th Century Graves, First port of...More
Very interesting historical site with a good small museum. We had a knowledgeable guide called Kelvin. Seems better run and better value than the caravan serai which we also visited. Entrance fee 20kTSh for adults, 10 for children. 2kTSh for Tanzanian nationals. We took the...More
the Kaole ruins have a very interesting story - but needs to be told in a better way.
Maybe if they can have more visuals, even do reconstructions of some of the buildings and people it would make it more attractive to view.
The Kaole Ruins are ok if you are interested in the ancient history of Bagamoyo (not the slave history). There are ruins of a cemetary and a old mosque. But the price they ask (20000TSH pp) is way too much for what you get.