Standing tall in its extravagance in the heart of Bagamoyo city, BSA Hotel brings you an unforgettable taste of the city of dreams.

BSA is Located 500 metres from the iconic beaches of the indian ocean. The 32 bedrooms hotel is at the hub of an exceptional business and upcoming port city. With a host of outstanding services, this one and only luxury hotel caters to business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel is positioned a short 2 minute drive from Bagamoyo City Centre, easily accessible off the main road and several key destinations in Bagamoyo.

What to do in Bagamoyo

The town of Bagamoyo, Tanzania, located 65 km’s north of the capital was founded at the end of the 18th century as the original capital of German East Africa, and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast. Today the town has an approximate of 30,000 and was recently being considered as a world heritage site. As part of its hisotry, it was also known to be used as a holding point for slaves brought from the interior and awaiting transportation to Zanzibar. Presently architecture of European origin & Arabic influence is still beautiful to see.

Walk around the town in daylight and view the entrance portals of the homes which often display intricate carvings with Arabic influence. View the aging German buildings.
Stand at the portal outside the old German headquarters from which many of the European explorers entered the hinterland, amongst them Burton, Speke and H.M. Stanley.
Visit the Catholic mission north of the town. Pay homage to Dr. David Livingston whose body last rested here on African soil before being transported to London to be buried at Westminster Abbey.
Visit the medieval Kaole ruins five kilometres south of Bagamoyo. The ruin of the mosque dates to the 13th and 14th centuries.
Visit the crocodile farm 3km from Bagamoyo on the road to Kaole ruins.
Visit the snake farm 5km from Bagamoyo on the road to Kaole ruins.