Iringa

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guest house in the world as far as they know and definitely the first in Africa! rates: single 25,000 a night B&B, double twin 45,000 and family room (double and bunk bed) 65,000. The rooms are large & all ensuite with pressurised water and electric showers so a good hot high flow shower, a rare luxury and the views great and it will have WiFi and a great internet cafe on site as well as their great restaurant. Safe parking too. turn off the main road at the clock tower roundabout just past the post office. *'''Wazo Lodge'''. just 2.5 KM from Town along Mkwawa road, two streets opposite Mkwawa University college, an ideal place for those looking for a peaceful place out of the busy town life, A bed and Breakfast facility at the price of 24,000 , Good Self Contained rooms with TV, dinner can only be provided if ordered before hand. a customer hot line +255755338033 is available for those that need to book their place before hitting town. *


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radio station in Njombe. Iringa Municipal Television is a multi-age TV station with diversified programmes. References Category:Populated places in the Iringa Region Widespread discontent re-emerged, and in 1902 a movement against forced labour for a cotton scheme rejected by the local population started along the Rufiji River. The tension reached a breaking point in July 1905 when the Matumbi

Morogoro. It would be all too easy to just see Iringa as a blur as you hurtle past in a Scandinavia coach sipping your complimentary soda, but is definitely worth breaking your journey for a day or so to take in the sights, sounds and smells of this bustling little town. It is also the gateway to the jewel in the crown of Tanzania's game parks: Ruaha. Ask at Iringa Info opposite Hasty Tasty for top of the market tours or at Neema Crafts for the smaller companies to arrange your trip or get


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three small TVs in cages. Be prepared for very un-Tanzanian displays of emotion and deafening verbal abuse aimed towards everyone's friend Jose Mourinho. On Friday nights they have a reasonable live band. * '''Neema Crafts'''. Will often be showing the big matches on the biggest screen in town (but no Alcohol there). * '''Shooters'''. A great meeting point and the night time social hub. Has sports channels, a pool table and plays fairly loud hiphop rap ..... Clientèle is a mixture


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there is Tabora Region. The route followed an old caravan route to Tabora, which gave large logistic advantages. German settlers soon followed with plantations. So the small place of Tabora developed to a large agricultural centre. In 1907 Kilometer 200 was reached in the vicinity of the town of Morogoro. In 1909 the railhead reached Kilosa. Kigoma at Lake Tanganyika at kilometer 1252 was reached in 1914 just prior to First World War. The regular travel time over the total distance amounted to 58 hours. It was planned to develop the line further to Iringa and to reach Lake Malawi, a project which was stopped due to the war. The Ubungo bus terminal serves as a transportation link to most large Tanzanian urban areas such as Arusha, Moshi, Morogoro, Dodoma, Mbeya, Iringa, Mtwara, Lindi, Singida (Singida (town)), Tanga (Tanga, Tanzania) and Mwanza, as well as to Nairobi, Lilongwe, Lusaka and several other East African cities. thumb right (Image:Imani Sanga in 2007.JPG‎) '''Imani Sanga''' an ethnomusicologist, composer and Choral Conductor is a Senior Lecturer in Music


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there is Tabora Region. The route followed an old caravan route to Tabora, which gave large logistic advantages. German settlers soon followed with plantations. So the small place of Tabora developed to a large agricultural centre. In 1907 Kilometer 200 was reached in the vicinity of the town of Morogoro. In 1909 the railhead reached Kilosa. Kigoma at Lake Tanganyika at kilometer 1252 was reached in 1914 just prior to First World War. The regular travel time over


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is paved. But these have often been poorly maintained in the past so are full of potholes. In south-west Tanzania the Trans-African Highway follows the Tanzam Highway linking Zambia to the port of Dar es Salaam. International Highways The Cairo-Cape Town Highway (highway 4 in the Trans-African Highway network) runs through Tanzania from Namanga on the Kenyan border in the north and the Tanzanian Mozambican border town of Tunduma in the south

-west, via Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa and Mbeya, passing through some of the best scenery in Africa. The section between Tarangire National Park and Iringa is not paved and can be very difficult after rain especially north of Kondoa Irangi. A longer eastern route via Moshi and Morogoro is paved. But these have often been poorly maintained in the past so are full of potholes. In south-west Tanzania the Trans-African Highway follows the Tanzam Highway

improved in the past few years). The road from Dar is being upgraded into a very decent road so once the roadworks have gone the ride will be very good. The journey itself passes through beautiful scenery and a national park. Get around Iringa is the perfect stop over point on the way down through the Southern Highlands or if you are off to visit Malawi and Zambia. If you are going back the other way towards Dar (Dar es-Salaam) it is definitely a much nicer place to stop than


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Iringa Swahili School for more information. * '''Mkwawa Golf Course'''. Why not have a round of golf? Brown greens and more caddies offering unwanted advice and mirth than you can shake a stick at… hilarious… watch out for the donkey and goat based green keeping team… * '''Learn about the AIDS pandemic first hand'''. Iringa region has the highest infection rates in the country. The Amani Orphanage in Mbigili(around 25 km from Iringa, located in Mbigili 2 km away


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. For the spendthrifts amongst you there is a cheaper choice accessed further down the Dodoma road turning up the side road by the NMB bank at the college itself, rooms about 12,000 . *

guest house in the world as far as they know and definitely the first in Africa! rates: single 25,000 a night B&B, double twin 45,000 and family room (double and bunk bed) 65,000. The rooms are large & all ensuite with pressurised water and electric showers so a good hot high flow shower, a rare luxury and the views great and it will have WiFi and a great internet cafe on site as well as their great restaurant. Safe parking too. turn off the main road at the clock tower roundabout just

end boards so beware if you are tall and like to stretch out, that is taller than me (5'9"). *'''Embalasasa Motel''' On main road, near bus station has modern rooms with tv and bathroom, usd 30 - 35. they close their door at 21.00. After that you may be in trouble to get in, even you are the guest! *

Iringa

:''This article is about the city of Iringa. For the Iringa Region of Tanzania, see Iringa Region. For the Iringa municipal administrative district, see Iringa Urban. For the Iringa rural administrative district, see Iringa Rural.'' '''Iringa''' is a city in Tanzania with a population of 112,900 (

Iringa is the administrative capital of Iringa Region. It has many established industries, including manufacturing and food processing. Most of its electricity comes from the nearby Mtera Dam. Iringa is a minor transport hub, with regular bus service and trucking to Dar es Salaam, Mbeya, Songea, and Dodoma.

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