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Tabora is in Northwest Tanzania.


Get in

A train departs Tabora on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 21:00 getting to Mpanda the next day at 10:30. A train departs Tabora on Wesnesdays and Saturdays at 21:30 getting to Mwanza the next day at 07:25. There are also trains going from Tabora to Dar Es Salamm via Dodoma and Morogoro. Every Wednesday and Saturday at 20:10, there is a train to Kigoma. There are also buses from Tabora going to Mpanda, Mwanza. there is a twice-weekly bus from Tabora to Mbeya.

Get around

A taxi in the centre costs no more than TSh 2000.


  • Livingstone Tembe Museum. 8am-5pm.



  • National Bank of Commerce. Has a Visa Card ATM.



  • Africa House.


  • Aposele Inn & Guest House (near the train station), ☎ +255 26-260-4510. Single/double rooms. TSh 6000/9000.
  • Moravian Church Hostel (behide the bus station), ☎ +255 26-260-4510. Single/double room with common bathroom. TSh 5000/9000.
  • Golden Eagle Hotel (down town Tobora.), ☎ +255 26-260-2643. Double with common bathroom. TSh 10,000.
  • New Kiwosso Hotel, off Manyara street, ☎ +255 26-260-0515. Double room with own bathroom. TSh 13,000.
  • Fama Hotel (central Tobora.), ☎ +255 26-260-4657. Double room with own bathroom. TSh 10,000.


Go next

  • Mpanda
  • Mbeya

City Maps Tabora Tanzania

James McFee

City Maps Tabora Tanzania is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities are only some of the places you will find in this map. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Tabora adventure :)

Lonely Planet Tanzania (Country Travel Guide)

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