Bukoba lies on the shores of Lake Victorian the north-eastern area of Tanzania. The town is regional Kagera capital with a population of well over 100,000 people. Bukoba is one of the biggest urban settlements in this part of Tanzania with the second biggest port in the country. Here are some of the best attractions of Bukoba:
The huge chunk of rock in front of Bukoba was a prison island in the days of the kings and now it provides an intriguing getaway. Upon arrival introduce yourself to the head and pay the charges. Ask him to present you the path to the summit, which passes the Orthodox church and different homes made from elephant grass.
This place preserves the oldest-famous iron smelting furnace in east, southern and central Africa. While the place itself is essentially just old bricks and some little nuggets, there are amazing shrines to King Rugomora and Mugasha, the god of water and storms. Your guide you will tell you some remarkable legends about them.
This little but valuable museum combines a set of domestic tribal items with wildlife photographs from the Kagera area, drums, hangbags and other crafted items are on show.
Generally the excellent Dar es Salaam to Bukoba flight time is 2 months in advance. And the cheap days are to fly are Wednesday, Tuesday, and Saturday. Sunday is the most costly.
There are one direct flights from Dar es Salaam to Bukoba.
Precision Air, Air Tanzania offers non-stop cheap flights from Dar es Salaam to Bukoba.
2h 25min is the average time for Dar es Salaam to Bukoba flights cheap.
Total 7 Bukoba flights from Dar es Salaam operate weekly.
• The quickest flight time for direct flights from Dar es Salaam to Bukoba is two hours forty-five minutes. The average flight time three hour seven minutes.
• The quickest flight time for flights with stopovers is four hour forty minutes.
• The earliest flights of the day departs at 5:50. The final flight of the day departs at 13:50.