If you are in Dar, and you are planning to spend a few days, then there’s nowhere more stylish, cool and welcoming than Oyster Bay.
Oyster Bay (also spelled Oysterbay) is also known as Cocoa Beach and Coco beach is an affluent neighborhood in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The Oyster Bay is also the costliest place in town.
Located northwest of Dar es Salaam’s central business district along the Indian Ocean, Oyster Bay is world-famous for its white sandy beaches. Europeans have resided here since colonial times and the area has not lost its lure to date. Senior government officials, including ministers, permanent secretaries and foreigners working with Non-Government Organizations reside here.
If you are wondering where to sleep and dine while you are here, you will be spoilt for choice. There are several great hotels offering accommodation with the most popular being the Oyster Bay hotel. It’s a very good small, boutique hotel with its accent placed firmly on pampering and relaxation.
With that sorted the only thing remaining is the little problem of companionship while you are in Oyster Bay. Unless you are traveling with family you will definitely want to hook up with a local escort to make your stay memorable. And for that Exotic Tanzania has got you covered. It is home to dozens of incredibly beautiful and sexy escorts who are yearning to give you the best service ever this side of Sahara. What’s more these escorts will teach the art of making love. Tanzanians women are trained and taught about sex in their teens and have since mastered the art of taking you to cloud 9. You won’t regret it.
You two can spend the daytime enjoying swimming or sunbathing on Coco Beach without a care in the world. The Oyster Bay Peninsula is a popular weekend hot spot for tourists and locals alike so more options for you. You can even hook up with tens of local girls who come to the beach to chill.
While in Oyster Bay you might want to also explore the local cuisine and street food. Tantalize your senses with foods sold there such as Muhogo (cassava) and Mishkaki (Grilled meat skewers) sold by traders.
You can also shop at artisan boutiques at the Oyster Bay Shopping Centre, and dance to live music into the late night. Tinga Tinga Arts Cooperative Society, famous for local arts is also a good spot to check out while in Oyster Bay.