TANZANIA TOWNS AND CITIES
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Most tourists across the world visiting Tanzania stay away from Tanzania’s Towns and Cities, chiefly because they know more about the countryside. Now for town and city travelers it is your time to enjoy Tanzania’s Towns and Cities together with their unique tourism attractions. Instead of continuing to concentrate on wildlife – nature based tourism, tourists are advised to broaden and diversify their other interested tourism attractions.
- “The Geneva of Africa and East African Safari Capital”
A town, as the city is fondly referred to, owes her magnificence to many aspects. The town sits at the foothills of Mount Meru in a location surrounded by nature’s gems. Arusha’s history is a fascinating compilation of fate and an elaborately structured vision that begun on the onset of the 1900s. Arusha was established as a Garrison town by German colonialists and named after the local Wa – Arusha or Larusa tribe. The Landscape surrounding Arusha teems with various well known natural attractions including Ngorongoro crater, Lake Manyara, Oldupai Gorge, Tangangire National Park, and the Arusha National Park. Because of this strategic location, Arusha is regarded as the gateway to all northern circuit tourism destinations in Tanzania. It has been said that safaris start and end in Arusha with its famous national parks and tourist attractions in the northern circuit. The city of Arusha is a cosmopolitan town and also a significant diplomatic hub. The city is currently the headquarters and de – facto capital for the East African Community (EAC). One of the most notable features of Arusha town is the Clock Tower which is said to be the center of Africa and midway of the highway from Cape town to Cairo.
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN ARUSHA REGION
Although the city is mainly regarded as a transit center, Arusha offers several tourist attractions that will fascinate any visitor.
- ARUSHA NATIONAL PARK (ANAPA)
Arusha National Park is considered to be a little gem in Tanzania’s Northern Safari Circuit,” just 40 minutes’ drive from the safari gateway town of Arusha. The park is made up of three particular features; lush swamps of the Ngurdoto crater, changing colors of Momela Lakes and rugged alpine peaks of Mt Meru. Habitat ranges from highland Montane forest to lowland swamp.
2. LAKE DULUTI FOREST RESERVE
- Lake Duluti is a wonderful Crater Lake, as its waters appear green due to reflection of forest vegetation around it. Apart from ground flows and forest catchment, it is supplemented by underground flows. It covers 62 ha with its deepest point of 700m. The water is cool with low currents thus suitable for canoeing and spot fishing activities.
3. ARUSHA DECLARATION MUSEUM
- Arusha Declaration Museum holds several displays and exhibitions portraying the glorious struggle of the people of the land. You will know here about the fight for sovereignty, the majestic and glorious history and the political expansion of Tanzania.
4. MESERANI SNAKE PARK
- The snake park is located 25 kilometers west of Arusha en - route to the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. It is home to a variety of snakes common to eastern and southern Africa including the Black Mamba and the African Python.
5. KILIMANJARO GOLF & WILDLIFE ESTATE
- The Kilimanjaro Golf and Wildlife Estate comprises an 18 – hole championship golf course together with a real estate development set within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The beauty of Tanzania’s northern highlands provides the spectacular setting for this estate, the newest and most striking addition to Africa’s great golfing estate.
- Visit the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) and the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NMAIST – Arusha)
- Visit the African Court on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) and the East, Central and Southern Africa Health Community (ECSA – HC)
Visit Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA).
TOURISM NORTHERN CIRCUIT
Northern Tanzania is a prime destination offering some of the world’s most diverse safari opportunities. The Great Wildebeest Migration, one of the most amazing wildlife spectacles can be caught at the Serengeti, whilst being on Safari on the Crater floor of the extinct volcano at Ngorongoro is a game viewing environment that has no equal. Towering above it all is Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain and arguably Africa’s toughest challenge.
NORTHERN CIRCUIT ATTRACTIONS
LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK
- Stretching for 50 km along the base of the rusty – gold 600 – meter high Rift Valley Escarpment, Lake Manyara is a scenic gem, with a setting extolled by Ernest Hemingway as “The loveliest I had seen in Africa”. The entrance gate lies 1.5 hours (126 – 130 km) west of Arusha close to the ethnically diverse market town of Mto wa Mbu.
- This is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest un – flooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across 600 -610 meters deep and 300 sq. km in area, the Ngorongoro crater is a breathtaking natural wonder.
TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK
- The park enjoys the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem. It is a smorgasbord for predators, and the one place in Tanzania where dry country antelope such as the stately fringe – eared oryx (Choroa) and peculiar long – necked gerenuk are regularly observed.
- Lake Natron is a Salt Lake located close to the Kenyan border, in the eastern branch of the East African Rift. It is the most important breeding site for lesser flamingos in the world. East Africa has 1.5 to 2.5 million Lesser Flamingos, representing three – quarters of the world population and most of them are hatched at Lake Natron.
- “Oldonyo Lengai” means “The Mountain of God” in the Maasai language. The summit of this strato – volcano is 2962 meters above sea level, and affords direct views into the caldera of Tanzania’s only officially – certified active volcano and the world’s only carbonatite volcano. Records of eruption have been maintained 1883, the largest of which deposited ash 100 kilometers away in Loliondo on the Kenyan border to the north west.
MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK
- Sitting on the foot of the spectacular Usambara and Pare Eastern Arc Mountain ranges and over seen by iconic snow – capped peak of Kilimanjaro, Mkomazi a virgin breathtaking beauty exhibiting unique natural treasures and immense sense of space – adds to the fulfilment of high visitor enjoyment expectations – a much needed bridge between Tanzania’s northern circuit and coastal attractions.
- Mount Meru is an active strato volcano located 70 kilometers west of Mount Kilimanjaro. At a height of 4,565 meters (14,977 ft), it is visible from Mt. Kilimanjaro on a clear day, and is the ninth or tenth highest mountain in Africa.
FOOD AND DRINKS IN ARUSHA
- Vama the Restaurant
TFA shopping complex, Arusha.
- The Greek Club
Serengeti Road, Arusha.
- The Flame Tree
Themi Hill, Arusha.
- The Blue Heron
Haile Selassie Street, close to AAR, Arusha.
- The Baobab Restaurant
Serengeti Road, Corridor Area.
- Silk Club and Restaurant
St. Benjamin Road, Crastal Building.
- Seven Up Restaurant
Nairobi Road, Sakina.
- Sizzle Multi – Cuisine Restaurant
Njiro Shopping Complex, Arusha.
- Nicks Pub
Nane nane Area, Njiro ward.
- Mezza Luna
Moshi – Road, Arusha.
- MC Moody’s
Sokoine Road / Market Street.
- Intimate Places
Mt. Meru Game Lodge, Arusha.
- Galaxy Club
Col. Middleton Road, Kaloleni.
- Florida Inn 2000
Col. Middleton Road, Kaloleni.
- Everest Old
Moshi – Road, Arusha.
- Empire Sports Bar
TFA Arusha Shopping Centre, Arusha.
- Ciao Gelati
TFA Arusha Shopping Centre, Arusha.
- Chocolate Temptation
TFA Arusha Shopping Centre, Arusha.
- Cafe Mambo Espressi Bar & Bakery
Serengeti Road, Down from Barclays Bank, Arusha.
- Boogaloo Pub & Night Club
Lemara / Njiro, Njiro Complex
- TFA Shopping Complex and Njiro Complex
- Triple “A” Club
- Klub Afriko
Kimandolu – Moshi Road.
- Mawingu City Centre
WHERE TO STAY (ACCOMMODATION) HIGHLIGHTS & RECOMMENDED HOTELS
KIBO PALACE HOTEL
- Named after the highest peak of Africa’s highest Mountain – Mt Kilimanjaro, Kibo Palace Hotel is one of Arusha’s most exciting and innovative luxury hotel; contemporary, conductive and un conventional, a luxury hotel with a new attitude. Located in the heart of Arusha, gateway to the world’s most renowned game parks, it is a 45 – minute drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) and a 15 – minute walk from Arusha city center and the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC).
THE ARUSHA HOTEL
- Arusha’s supreme boutique hotel offering first class accommodation and service, surrounded by the history of bygone eras. The hotel boasts the finest location in the heart of Arusha, in the tranquil surroundings of its own tropical gardens.
EAST AFRICAN ALL SUITES HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTRE
- Situated right in the heart of Africa in Arusha town, this unique boutique Hotel is easily accessible and convenient. The East African All Suite Hotel offers spacious suites which caters to your every personal comfort, your professional needs are also met with the business center and modern conference and banqueting facilities.
ECO BOMA CAMP
- This is undoubtedly the place to be for clients who want to feel the true unspoiled spirit of Africa’s nature and savannah plains. The camp is positioned at the edge of Migungani (acacia tree) forest and the plains of Lake Manyara where wild animals roam freely at night and Maasai cattle graze in the plains by day. The camps location is special because it is the only place you can see the sunrise from the far east along the rift valley and sundown on the west inside the Lake Manyara.
MOUNT MERU HOTEL
- Situated at the foothills of Mount Meru in the city of Arusha, Tanzania, the Mount Meru Hotel lies on 9 acres of lush landscape, surrounded by some of Africa’s most breath – taking vistas, rich with a diverse array of wildlife, etched against the fertile slopes of this beautiful mountain.
THE AFRICAN TULIP HOTEL
- The African Tulip is an elegant and charming Luxury Boutique Hotel located along Serengeti Road right in the heart of Arusha. A warm and friendly welcome awaits guests who want to experience the best of Tanzanian hospitality. The hotel has been designed with safari travelers business persons, families, honeymooners, elite and leisure travelers in mind. It has amenities of convenience whilst offering a high standard of luxury.
- The hotel is located along the Old Moshi and Simeoni Road, Kijenge in Arusha, about 2 minutes’ drive from the city center, 45 minutes from Kilimanjaro International Airport and 10 minutes’ drive from Arusha Airport. Impala Hotel is strategically placed along cross roads that will bring you to the beautiful and pristine beaches, to the timeless Zanzibar Islands, to the most renowned game parks and game reserves, probably in the world and to the comfort of the transfers to closest airports.
LAKE DULUTI SERENA HOTEL
- Nestled at the foot of the wooded slopes of Mount Meru, this unique hotel stands amid coffee plantations on the shores of tranquil Lake Duluti. The Hotel offers a range of tastefully presented cottage – styled rooms set amid extensive landscaped grounds. The area boasts of a broad range of attractions, which include walking, mountain biking, canoeing on the lake, and trips to the nearby Arusha and Mount Meru National Parks.
THE PALACE HOTEL
Palace Hotel Arusha stands out against the backdrop of Mount Meru. It is an incredible harmony of shapes and colors. The Palace Hotel Arusha stands out as a remarkable adventure in hospitality. The hotel offers a wide range of rooms to suit the needs of both business travelers and holiday makers to the great city of Arusha
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- Moshi, is a small but typically vibrant town, situated at the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. What makes Moshi special is the fact that it sits in front of one of the world’s most amazing backdrops, the snow – capped Mt. Kilimanjaro. You can practically be anywhere in Moshi and feel imposed by the beauty of the Mountain. The town is set in a fertile volcanic area, well fed by streams off the mountain, ideal for Arabica coffee crops, the most rewarding local export. Moshi is the Kind of town where you can relax in its friendly atmosphere and just talk to people and observe the sights and sounds. Tourists are recommended to try and spend a few days here just absorbing what a typical market town in Tanzania can offer. This is the kind of town where people have the time to talk to you and be a friend. There are many interesting and picturesque excursion and tours you can take while you are staying at Moshi township.
THINGS TO DO WHILE IN MOSHI
- Besides climbing the famous roof of Africa and see the BIG FIVE in the Northern Circuit of the Tanzanian National Parks, Moshi and its surroundings offers a great variety of day trips to extend your stay. Sightseers visiting Moshi may also like to check out the central mosque and the town’s various religious institutions, and perhaps the Commonwealth War Cemetery, which is situated just across from the Magistrates Court. Cultural tourism programs can arrange short – hikes and day – trips to local villages, and also tours of nearby coffee farms. But the main reason visitors come to Moshi is to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Mountain whose thick clouds and snow – capped peak tower over the agricultural town. Climbing expeditions depart for Kilimanjaro National Park in the morning, before the clouds that cluster daily around the mountain top have risen, and when the air is fresh and cool. Whether you are in Moshi to scale to the top of Africa or learn more about coffee growing and production, Moshi is a quiet haven of tranquil peace, its sedate streets offering a warm welcome in a beautiful setting.
MAIN PLACES TO GO IN MOSHI
- OPEN AIR MARKET (MEMORIAL)
- A busy open air market filled with all of the amazing brands of clothes, shoes, bags and even goodies for your home. All second hand of course, don’t forget to bring small bills and get ready to bargain. A brilliant show of Tanzania’s culture.
2. OLPOPONGI CULTURAL MAASAI VILLAGE
- Olpopongi Maasai Village is the first authentic Maasai village with Museum & Overnight facilities in Tanzania. It provides a unique Maasai and wildlife experience in west – Kilimanjaro Maasai land, with the maximum respect to the Maasai community.
- MOSHI TOWN TOUR
- Why not walk around the cleanest town in Tanzania, making sure to go by the double road, where you will see the hustle and bustle of the town.
- MIWALENI SPRINGS FARM
- A natural farm and garden for picnic, camping sites, sports and games and relaxing area. Always green and authentic in nature.
- MATERUNI WATERFALLS & COFFEE TOUR
- Learn where coffee grows and how it is made before you will hike to a stunning waterfall with a height of 150m. The hike will take about 1 hour and gives amazing views on Kilimanjaro and it is a tropical surroundings.
- MARANGU WATERFALLS
- Nestled on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro hidden behind a short hike lies the beautiful Marangu Falls. The air is cleaner; the water is colder. Take your swimming stuff and see if you can conquer the water! And get move history of Chagga people.
- MAKOA FARM – THE ANIMAL RESCUE CENTER
- Visit the famous Makoa Farm and be part of the daily activities like feeding and training the rescued animals. Combine this with an adventurous walk with the friendly monkeys of the farm.
- MAJI MOTO (HOT SPRING)
- Experience an unique oasis in the middle of the Maasai – steppe (they call it chemka). Dip into the clear water for a swim, watch the monkeys in the trees or just simply enjoy this special place not far from Moshi.
- LAKE CHALA
A mystical caldera lake, with water as brilliant as the precious Tanzanite itself. 25% of the lake belongs to Kenya and 75% to Tanzania. Enjoy a swim, have a Kayak tour on the lake, enjoy the view or relax in the beautiful nature.
- KILIMANJARO COFFEE PLANTATION
The uniquely fertile area surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro, is among the best regions in the world for the cultivation of Arabica, the queen of the coffee beans. (Such a high – quality product naturally incurs high demand, interesting way from coffee exporters.)
- BLUE ZEBRA ART STUDIO
Situated at the bottom of the fascinating and exceptionally beautiful Mount Kilimanjaro. They have a proud collection of traditional and contemporary handcrafted African art, including paintings, carvings, jewelry, antiques household items, clothing, souvenirs and much more.
- Other areas of interests in Moshi – including Machame countryside, Mweka Wildlife Museum, Mwarikos Art Gallery, Rau Forest, Aquatic wildlife such as crocodiles found in Pangani river, Nyumba ya Mungu and Lake Jipe. Also, Kalimawe and Ruvu game reserves in same district, without forgetting Mkomazi and Mount Kilimanjaro National Park.
- MOUNT KILIMANJARO (HEIGHT OF MAGNIFICENCE)
Mount Kilimanjaro is the crown of Tanzania. Rising abruptly from the open plains, capped by snow and frequently fringed by clouds, it is one of Africa’s classic images. At 19, 344 feet above sea level, it is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest walkable summit in the world. The diameter of its base is an incredible 40 miles. Now voted one of the top three “Natural wonders of Africa”, Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant, but not extinct volcano. Ominous rumbles can sometimes be heard and gases emerge from the fume holes in the crater. Although just three degrees south of the Equator, the peaks of both Kibo and Mawenzi have permanent caps of snow and ice. During their time on the Mountain, climbers pass from a tropical to arctic environment in just a few days. The various trails first pass – through lush rainforests before reaching heather and open moorland where giant lobelia and huge, cactus – like groundsel grow. Above this moorland is the almost lunar landscape of an alpine desert which stretches between the two peaks of Kibo, the flat – topped dome at the center, and Mawenzi, a group of jagged points and pinnacles on the eastern side. In hospitable as this “moonscape” may seem, animals such as herds of eland thrive there. The highest point on Kibo, and indeed the whole of Kilimanjaro, is Uhuru peak, with its spectacular hanging glaciers and stupendous views of the African plains some 20,000 feet below. Also, on Kibo is the slightly lower peak of Gillman’s point. These are the goals for most trekkers. The peaks of Mawenzi are for mountaineers only. With the help of porters and a guide, it is possible to walk all the way to the summit without specialized Mountaineering equipment – or experience. There are several different routes including Marangu, the easiest climb and therefore the most popular, Machame, Shira, Umbwe and Rongai. The total climb normally takes five to six days and involves four or five overnight stays in comfortable mountain huts. Fees, payable in US Dollars, include the cost of both park entrance and accommodation for climbers, guides and porters but not food and equipment. Many thousands of trekkers reach Gillman’s point or Uhuru Peak successfully each year without any real difficulty. To avoid altitude sickness and failure, it is important to acclimatize by ascending slowly and steadily. It is best to plan a stay at a Moshi or Marangu hotel – climbing straight after the drive from Arusha is not a good idea. Kilimanjaro can be climbed at any time of the year but the best time is considered to be from August to October and January to March. It is wet in the rainforest during the rains in April, May, June and November. December through to February are the warmest months.
- MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK (KILIMANJARO & TANGA REGIONS)
This former game reserve contains 90% of all botanic species found in Tanzania with one third classified as unique in the world. It is also home to the Mkomazi Rhino Project. This involves the re – introduction of a number of black rhinos from South Africa and the UK which, it is hoped, will breed before being relocated to traditional natural habitats within Tanzania. The captive Breeding Program for the African wild dog is another project for the preservation of endangered species that is based in Mkomazi.
WHERE TO EAT?
UNION CAFÉ: A nice cafe in the middle of town offering international dishes, pizza, great coffee and a fresh cake – selection. Plus roasting before your very eyes!
THE COFFEE SHOP
Situated close to the central bus station, lies the oldest coffee shop in Moshi, great coffee, tasty snacks and friendly staff.
A comfy club style restaurant 30 minutes from Moshi, with a great Vibe, overlooking the golf course. Grab a coffee or a pizza and relax to the sound of the fountain in the background.
THE KITCHEN FLAVOUR RESTAURANT
Comfy seating, great music and freshly made pizza, what more could you ask for?
INDO – ITALIANO
Moshi’s best mixed cuisine restaurant. A dish for all palates. From pizza to Indian curry’s, they have it all!
A welcoming restaurant and a bar in Moshi’s city center with fresh BBQ – food, a great variety of Indian food, and a little outside area.
One of the best Indian restaurants in greater Moshi are (Kiboroloni) serving a wide variety of Indian and international food in a traditional location. Large event garden area.
A modern restaurant, serving delicious international food varieties, freshly squeezed juices, different sorts of coffee and cocktails.
Moshi’s all vegetarian restaurant, serving Indian veg dishes, do make sure to ask for some freshly squeezed sugar cane juice!
MAWAZO BAR & GRILL
A nice local place in Kiboroloni. You will find the best local BBQ – style food there!
MAEMBE CAFÉ AND LOUNGE
A great garden setting, serving great coffee with both local and continental dishes to satisfy your taste buds.
LA FUENTE GARDENS
A non – smoking, family friendly Mexican restaurant with a large playground for Kids and good food in a beautiful garden.
An exotic Korean restaurant in town with a delicious choice of typical Korean food in a welcoming atmosphere.
Voted as Moshi’s best Indian Restaurant. Try yourself!
A local restaurant, serving the best burgers and local food varieties and freshly squeezed juices. Located in the center of Moshi, a place you must visit place!
BRISTOL COTTAGES KILIMANJARO
A restaurant within a hotel, located in the center of town with the best of both international as well as local cuisines, providing free WIFI!
WHERE TO GO? (MGHTLIFE)
A great lounge with cool music and even cooler drinks, a great place to relax and dance with friends. Make sure you dress to impress!
RED STONE NIGHT CLUB
Moshi’s largest night club, the newest in the Moshi scene. A great place to go for a real clubbing experience.
Night club with a cool mixture of local and International music
An open area bar where you can watch football on a large screen, play some pool and enjoy local drinks with friends.
A cool and vibrant place to grab a drink with friends. A place where locals, expats and anyone who will tell you to meet up here!
Mwanza is situated on the southern shores of Lake Victoria (Nyanza), in the northwest of the country, Tanzania’s second city is the perfect base from which to visit nearby Rubondo Island National Park, Saanane Island National Park and the Bujora Sukuma and Nyerere Museums. It also offers easy access to the Serengeti National Park being only a 2 ½ hour drive from the western Grumeti. Other attractions include lake cruises, canoeing safaris and fishing for tilapia or giant Nile perch. Mwanza is known as Rocky City because of the gigantic rocky outcrops (Kopjes) jutting out of the lake and strewn around the city. The most famous of these are the Bismarck Rocks, named after the German chancellor under whom this originally small town was established as the administration center of German East Africa.
MWANZA FAST FACTS
Mwanza was founded in 1892 by a German colonial agent – Emin Pasha as an administrative center to control cotton exports. In 1890, the German colonists decided to open the new administration unit at Lake Victoria (Nyanza) and built a house on top of a rock. This house constituted the foundation of Mwanza. They called the rock – Muansa, probably a misunderstanding from Sukuma word “Nyanza” which means Lake. From there the Germans started planning the whole town and the port in 1892. Mwanza is nicknamed the “Rocky City” for a reason all around and also right in the middle of the city, rounded rock fragments hulk up to fantastic formation and create a landscape that is unique in Tanzania. The architecture, the rocks and of course Lake Victoria definitely make Mwanza worth a journey. Prof. Hans Meyer, writing in the Das Deutsch Kolonialreich in 1908, said by then Mwanza consisted of 1200 Africans, 64 European inhabitants and 50 Indian traders. There were a handful of European firms and a district office. Others were a company of soldiers, a post and telegraphic line to Tabora, a hospital and a hotel. In 1953, Mwanza was elevated to the status of a town council by then British colonial governor, Sir Edward Twining. In 1980, Mwanza became the second municipality after TANGA.
Ukerewe island is the largest island in Lake Victoria (Nyanza) and the largest inland island in Africa, with an area of approximately 530 Sq.km, nearly 50 kms north of Mwanza. The shoreline of Ukerewe island is carved into numerous bays and is surrounded by 27 small islands. 3 of these islands are not occupied by people. Nansio is the district’s capital. Ukerewe is populated by natives, an indigenous of one ethnic group, which has lived traditionally depending on fishing and farming.
MWANZA REGION AT A GLANCE
People: Sukuma people, the largest ethnic group in Tanzania and other several ethnic groups.
Location: Mwanza region is located on the southern shores of Lake Victoria.
Administration; Administratively, Mwanza is divided into 7 districts namely – Ilemela, Kwimba, Magu, Misungwi, Nyamagana, Sengerema and Ukerewe.
Getting to Mwanza
Mwanza region is easily accessible by road, air and waterways.
PLACES TO VISIT IN MWANZA REGION
- Visiting the big stone (Jiwe kubwa) with your safari guide
- Visiting the colonial house (The origin of Mwanza) with your safari guide.
- Visiting Bujora Sukuma traditional and historical center with your safari guide.
- Visiting Bismarck Rocks with your safari guide.
- Visiting Isamilo hills with your safari guide.
- Visiting Handebezyo caves which were used as shelter during tribal wars.
- Visiting Rubondo Island and Saanane Island National Parks with your safari guide.
- Visiting Kijereshi game reserve
- Visiting Lake Victoria
- Visiting Ukerewe island to see the dancing rocks, where only men are allowed to visit
- Visiting Memorial of the Victims of Mr. Bukoba.
WHERE TO STAY IN MWANZA REGION (ACCOMMODATION AND RECOMMENDED HOTELS)
- Annex Victoria Hotel
- Isamilo Lodge
- Peace Hotel
- Victoria Prince Hotel
- Sullivan Hotel
- Hotel Manumbu and many more