Expand your social circle in Tanzania

Hello everyone,

Moving to Tanzania means leaving one's family and friends behind. Creating a circle of friends or joining an existing one should therefore be paramount in order to fight loneliness in your host country.

But how can one develop a social network in Tanzania? Where and how to meet people there?

How easy is it to meet locals? What about cultural specificities?

Share your advice and experience!

Many thanks in advance,



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I know a really good way to meet both expatriates and local mswahili community.  Why not learn to dance?

There are Tango, Salsa, Kizomba, Bachata, Capoeira and African style dancing classes taught at the Dance Art Fusion Academy, 2 Mahando Street, Seacliff, on the corner with Toure Road, Masaki.

The Academy has a great cafe and there are numerous other activities - kick boxing, pilates, yoga, stuff for children, etc.

Every age and background welcome.

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