Bongoyo Island is an uninhabited island in Tanzania, situated 2.5km north of the country's largest city, Dar es Salaam. It is the most every now and again went to of the four islands of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve DMRS and a prominent daytrip for the two vacationers and Tanzanian inhabitants alike to snorkel and sunbathing. The island lies near the Msasani Peninsula in the Kinondoni locale of the city and is reachable by methods for a 30-minute vessel ride from the territory. The purpose of flight for most guests to the island is 'The Slipways' inn complex on the western side of the Msasani Peninsula.
The island has an exceptionally rough shore and just two shorelines. All guests visit the shoreline at the northwestern tip of the island, where the water crafts field and where there are a few cottages, beverages and sustenance. The any longer yet smaller shoreline along the northeastern side has no offices and is generally abandoned. The whole island aside from the shorelines is canvassed in thick woods and has a couple of strolling trails, so just a couple of individuals wander there. The Indian Ocean has entered the northern shore of the island, making a tidal pond along whose shores there are a few mangroves.