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Dar: Airport to Ferry: How long? And Ferry Schedule?

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Hi everyone! We're planning to fly in into Dar at 1pm on Saturday, January 7. I've been told the last Ferry to Zanzibar departs at 4pm. Anyone know if this is correct?

How long should it take by taxi from the airport to the ferry terminal? Will we have enough time arriving on a 1pm flight to catch the 4pm ferry?

How long does the ferry take from Dar to Stone Town and vice versa?

And finally, we'll be departing Wednesday, January 11 from Stone Town back to Dar. Anyone know the ferry schedule? We'll have a 6:15pm flight out of Dar, so what time should we catch the ferry?

Thanks so much! :)

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