This is a very huge shopping complex that sells everything from bead necklaces to very expensive wood carvings from around Africa. It seems to specialize in catering to tourists who are not particularly knowledgeable about local arts and crafts traditions, nor know much about local prices. As a result the "Center" has a hodgepodge collection of items from all around the huge African continent, sold in separate little pavilions depending on the type of good sold. I found the gallery exhibiting paintings by various local artists the most interesting. If you don't have a lot of time to buy some souvenirs and you don't mind paying disproportionately high prices for things, then this will be your most convenient one-stop shopping experience. Be careful, though, because the place takes a hefty surcharge if you do not pay in cash but prefer instead of use your credit card! Shopping there also costs quite a bit in taxi fees because the Center is located quite a distance outside town and you will have to ask your driver to wait for you to get back into town. It might be more convenient to visit the Center on your way back from Ngorogoro Crater or the Serengeti National Park, as it is located on the main road to both places.
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