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With Air Africa cheap flights to Mwanza in Tanzania you can enjoy the sights and sounds of this city that is the second largest in the country. It is along the Lake Victoria shores in the northwest of Tanzania. Once you arrive make sure to take a leisurely stroll along the shores of Lake Victoria and feel the charm of the city take over. You can climb to Capri Point to get a more elevated view of the surrounding area. The lake was discovered by explorer John Hanning Speke who named it after Queen Victoria. He was the first European to discover it. Mwanza is an important transit point especially with business people travelling to and from Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda. The city has savannah type vegetation with a few tall trees scattered around. There are hills as well as huge boulders surrounding the shore. It is a city that is rapidly expanding and modernizing but still somehow maintains its appeal as an African town.

Quaint shops and bargain products

Before heading off to the Serengeti or any of the other national parks to see the amazing African wildlife, take time to really explore Mwanza. Many people tend to rush through the city simply considering it as a port or stopover destination. However, it you have travelled that far you should take the time to walk through the city and experience all that it has to offer. It has markets and quaint shops where you can find bargain products such as clothes and shoes. Take this all in while sipping on a local juice or nibbling on some street food. It is by mixing with the locals that you get a true understanding of what makes a country tick.

Boat trips and unique gifts

Once you are done absorbing the city and would like an experience with difference take a boat trip to Saa Nane Island. It is just outside of Mwanza and has a lovely landscape where it is easy rest, relax and revive. The trip there should take just under half hour. You can take in some fabric markets that are unique and would make lovely gifts. Mwanza has recently shown industrial and financial growth while still being predominantly based on the fishing industry. Thanks to Air Africa low cost flights to Mwanza, it can now be added as a must visit to your travel plans.
Mwanza is arguably the fastest growing settlement in Tanzania; with substantial growth in financial, industrial and local investment sectors. However, the economy of the city; and the region, as a whole, is dominated by smallholder agriculture employing about 85 percent of the region's population and complemented by an expanding fisheries sector.
It is believed that fisheries activities in the region lead in terms of foreign exchange earning contribution to the region's economy. Commercial fishing is carried out by big fishing companies using modern fishing gear and vessels. Agriculture takes second position followed by mining in recent days. Maize, cassava and sweet potatoes constitute about 71 percent of all food crops grown in the region.
The growth of tourism has come from a vast beauty of its surrounding area and its proximity to the various national parks - and Mwanza is a convenient starting point for trips to the islands in Lake Victoria - e.g. Ukerewe, Ukara and Rubondo and/or through the world famous Serengeti National Park - only 2 hours drive by car from Mwanza.

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