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Mbeya Taxis & Shuttles

Although walking is the best way to explore a city, sometimes it is necessary to take a taxi. 

Walking and public transportation are generally the easiest and fastest ways to get around towns and cities in Mbeya. For example, if you are a twenty minute walk to a restaurant, usually it will take just as long to take a taxi there.

 Inside cities and towns, the drivers have to avoid crowds of people as well as take streets which allow cars . If you are visiting a smaller town, there will not be many taxis – if any at all. In bigger cities, you will find plenty of taxis. Sometimes, it is necessary to take a taxi – especially if you have lots of luggage or had a long day of walking. 

Songwe airport to Mbeya town

The agency offers Taxi and VIP private transport with which we can take you safely around the Tanzania area bordering Zambia. Regardless of the number of people, we provide you with ordered transportation by private car, van, minibus or bus. For transportation from Mbey to Malawi,  Busokelo District · Chunya District · Kyela District · Mbarali District · Mbeya District · Rungwe District , we have one of the best offers on the market, we are distinguished by exceptional drivers, favorable prices, new cars, friendliness and quality service, these are the characteristics of the TuamV agency.

Mbeya City, in Brief

Near the Zambian border deep in the southern highlands, the city of Mbeya is the major agricultural capital in the country’s southwest region. The Mbeya Mountain Range lies to the north, and the Poroto Mountain Range lies to the southeast. Coffee, tea, bananas and cocoa, all of which are grown in the region, are sent to Mbeya for packaging and transport. 

Mbeya’s location also makes it an ideal transit point with goods and people travelling by road, rail and boat between Tanzania and neighbouring Zambia and Malawi. In addition to its agricultural prosperity, Mbeya’s mineral wealth has attracted investment and provides the country with a good source of income.

The town was originally founded in the 1930s, when gold was discovered and a ‘gold rush’ ensued. The Mbeya gold supply turned out to be large giving the city an opportunity to become properly established and saving it from the ghost-town status so often found after the gold runs out. The city continues to supply the country with a regular amount of gold. Its mountain views and pleasant weather make it a good stopover point for over land travellers heading south.


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