Mbeya Region Tourist Attractions

There are both natural and manmade tourist attractions, they include national park, game reserve, mountains, sand beaches on the shore of Lake Nyasa, The rift valley plains, unique ecological features, and Historical features, as well as cultural tourism.

  • Historical Houses (Zaituni Binti Matolas’ house and Samora Machel Residents House)
  • Mkapa social hall and its standing stage
  • Monuments (Mashujaa, Tanzania and Japan and Tukuyu)
  • Schools (Loleza secondary School, Iyunga secondary School, Tukuyu Primary school)
  • Religious (Kipangamansi, Manow, Mwakaleli, Lutheran, Anglican, Roman, Moravian)
  • Pre and post colonial Ruins (Masoko Ruins, RETCO Ruins, Tukuyu BOMA ruins, Mbeya BOMA Ruins, Bagamoyo Tukuyu Ruins, Utengule)
  • Mountains (Rungwe, Kyejo, Mbeya peak, Loleza, Mporoto, Livingstone, Mtorwi peak)
  • Hot springs (Kajala, Malamba, Kilambo Busokelo, Kilambo Kyela)
  • Waterfalls (Malasusa, Kapiki, Ngomano, Malamba, Kapologwe, Mwalalo, Mbugujo)
  • Crater lakes (Ngosi, Kisiba and Ndwati, Ikapu, Ilamba, Itende, Kingili, kyungululu, Lusiba Lwa misi, Katubwi)
  • Crater (Ng’ombe, Lusiba Lukafu, Kyamba Ngungulu)
  • Caves Likyala and Nditu Cave
  • Katago Forest
  • Katembo Big tree
  • Natural Bridge (Kiwira God’s bridge and Izumbwe God’s bridge)
  • Makete Leprosarium
  • National Parks – Ruaha and Kitulo
  • Game reserves – Lukwati Game reserve in Chunya district and Mpanga Kipengele game reserve in Mbarali District
  • The great rift valley viewing point
  • The highest trunk road
  • Utengule, Ibale and Ihefu wetland
  • Sacred Grooves Kabale and Lubhagha
  • Lake Nyasa
  • Ikombe Village
  • Ushirika Bricks village


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