Placed in Tanzania heartland, Dodoma is the national seat of administration and political capital. Commercially and economically, it is less developed and vibrant than the country's port city and commercial nerve, Dar es Salaam. Here are some of the best attractions of the city:
Bunge is a seat of the country's parliament and to visit the location you need to make prior arrangements. It just welcomes visitors when in session and the environment during debates is pretty dynamic. It is well value a visit while in Dodoma. Be sure to bring along your passport. Photography is not allowed prohibited so be warned not bring a camera.
Dodoma state park
The Dodoma state park opened in 2011 and was made in collaboration with Skate Aid Bosco Africa, as school and training center. It covers about five-hundred sq and is one of the biggest sports complexes in Tanzania.
Opened in 2010 and built with finances from the Gaddafi, the Pink Gaddafi Mosque is one of East Africa biggest mosques. It can seat more than four-thousand worshippers in a single session and also provides religious studies in Islam.
No, there is no direct bus from Mbeya and Dodoma. Anyway, there are services departing from Dodoma and arriving at Mbeya. The journey, including transfers, takes about 23 h.
The travel distance of Dodoma and Mbeya is 395 km.
The top way to get from Mbeya to Dodoma without a car is to bus. Mbeya to Dodoma bus fare $20 and takes 23h.
Bus service Mbeya to Dodoma, operated by bus Mbeya Dodoma express.
The top way to get from Mbeya to Dodoma is to fly which takes 4h 45m and costs $110 - $390. Alternatively, you can buses from Mbeya to Dodoma, and takes 23h, you could also get train, which costs $4 - $6 and takes 36h.