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Category : Mwanza City Blog

The city of Mwanza is located on the southern shores of the second largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Victoria. With a population of more than 700,000, Mwanza is also considered the second largest city in Tanzania and thanks to its location it is a major port city.

Home to the largest tribe in the country, Mwanza and the region around it are the heart of the Wasukuma tribe who have lived in and around the area for centuries. The other tribes calling this area home include the Wakarewe, Wazinza and Wakara.

Here’s information’s about Mwanza from our Mwanza City Blog…….

Lake Victoria Guide | Mwanza Tours

Lake Victoria is the largest inland lake in Africa and the largest tropical lake in the world. Covering a surface area of 68 800 square kilometres, this Great African Lake is located in East Central Africa and lies nestled in an ancient basin on the borders of three ...

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Safety in Lake Victoria

Hundreds of thousands of travellers visit Lake Victoria every year despite the fact that certain media sites will tell you it’s one of the most dangerous destinations in Africa. Here you have to look at the travel data - or lack of them - and decide for yourself if a ...

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Facts about Lake Victoria | Mwanza Tours

5 Facts About Lake Victoria Lake Victoria is an African gem. Bordering Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania, this expansive body of water stretches into the horizon – appearing more like a sea than a lake. Gentle waves are punctuated by many small, verdant islands that play host to a rich ...

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History of lake Victoria | Mwanza Travel

Lake Victoria was discovered by John Hanning Speke in 1858 on his famous quest to find the source of the Nile, along with his travel companion Richard Francis Burton. Speke named it Lake Victoria after the reigning Queen of England. At the time, Speke caused much debate in ...

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Best time to Visit Mwanza | Mwanza Travel

Best time to Visit Mwanza: Your Tanzania expedition safari planning in Mwanza - Lake Victoria should consider the time of year that you strategize to visit. Two factors that change over the course of the year are the number of tourists and the weather conditions, both of which ...

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Why Visiting Mwanza | Mwanza Cultural Tourism

Tanzania’s second-largest city, and the lake region’s economic heart, Mwanza is set on Lake Victoria’s shore, surrounded by hills strewn with enormous boulders. It is notable for its strong Indian influences, as well as for being a major industrial centre and a busy port. Yet despite ...

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Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Museum Day Tour

Mwalimu Julius Nyerere Mausoleum Memorial Museum day tour is a full day excursion from Mwanza to Butiama – President Nyerere’s birthplace and hometown which lies within the Mara Region.Butiama is located in the north-western side of Serengeti National Park, 60 km's from Ndabaka Gate (Western ...

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Sukuma Museum Bujora Cultural Center

The Bujora Cultural Centre and Sukuma Museum in Kisesa, are historical institutions founded for the education and support of Sukuma culture. The arts of the Sukuma culture are among the richest in East Africa. As the Sukuma people are the largest cultural group in Tanzania, the Sukuma culture ...

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Serengeti Day Trip from Mwanza

Tour description of Serengeti Day Trip from Mwanza:This is a Serengeti Day tour from Mwanza: Leave from the unique city of Mwanza and spend a full day immersing yourself in the splendor of the Serengeti. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Savannah ...

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Mwanza City Full day Tour |  Mwanza City

Mwanza Town Full Day City Tour Tanzania includes a visit to the Bujora Village to learn about the Sukuma culture, customs and traditions followed by a tour to Saa Nane Island – a small wildlife sanctuary located on a rocky island in Lake Victoria. 0800 Hours: Your guide will pick you from ...

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