Kaole, early known as Pumbuji, was the first settlement of the Arabs from Persia in 13th Century (1270). The place was excavated in 1958 by Mr. Neville Chittick, a man from England with Mr. Samahani M. Kejeri now is a Professor.
The ruins indicate early contact that Bagamoyo had with Islamic world. The tombs were built from coral stones. The town has one of the most wonderful white sand beaches in Tanzania.
You will find fish hawkers and people constructing dhows along the beach. It is only 5km from Bagamoyo Town along the Mbegani Road.
Kaole Snake Park has been established to serve both educational and tourism purpose to locals and International communities.
At Kaole Snake Park you will get to see and interact with World’s dangerous snakes from Black and Green Mamba, Spitting Cobra, Rock Python, Gabon Viper and many more.
The Park is also a home to a number of attractive East African birds, reptiles and amphibians.
Visit Kaole Snake Park today and enjoy a guided tour as you watch a variety of World’s deadliest snakes in glass cages.
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