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Like all African central markets , this market also shows the general life of the people and their behaviour. A very interesting study of humanity.
This market was quite crowded when we reached there. Our driver was a good guide. He showed us the varieties...More
A fascinating experience, a very colorful market, do not miss the "women's market", the local population is very nice, but there are quite a few people who stick to tourists and if you are at the beginning of the trip it is a less pleasant...More
This place is a terrible experience! You can't walk 2 feet without these young local guys harassing you non stop to be your guide for the market and will not take no for an answer unless you become very angry and rude to them. Some...More
We went right as the market was opening, so that may have impacted our experience a bit. It seemed like an average market, a bit smaller than many of the others we have been to. No need to go unless you are nearby or have...More
Having visited many market across the globe incl in the developing world, this one stands out as being extra memorable due to "3rd-world" nature of it (sorry for the phrasing there). You will see chickens in cages and tied together by their feet in bunches,...More
Arusha Central market, as we were looking to buy some food and fruits and Spices all we found here, many people well coming you once you are entering to the market but careful for what you need and you can shop as you can, Hope...More
What an amazing place to come and see every type of meat, fish, grains, pulses, fruit, veg and general hardware, clothes.
The market traders are extremely welcoming and happy to explain their wares. We picked up a couple of guys as our tour guide around...More