If you are craving for Honey Tabora is the place to be. Tabora stands out as the largest region by area in Tanzania, with 76,151 Square Kilometers.
Tabora is well known for its honey production as well as Tobbaco. The region is divided into seven districts namely; Igunga,Kaliua, Nzega, Sikonge, Tabora Municipal, Mirambo and Uyui.
Tabora’s Airport is located 8 kilometres south of the town. Surface access from Tabora is via the gravel Tabora to Ndembelwa village road, and then a three kilometre airport access gravel road. Adjacent to the airport is the Tabora Command Military Base 202.
The former dirt strip of the Tabora Airport was improved and lengthened in 1942 during World War II. The South African Air Forcesupervised the work and built the hangar and the control tower. The airport was needed as a relay station for airborne supplies and troops destined for the North African desert campaign.
Precision Air flies to Tabora five times a week. Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
Fish lovers, let us go to Musoma. Sitting on the shores of Lake Victoria while in Musoma you will enjoy the fresh catch of delicious Nile Perch and Tilapia without forgetting sardines. Musoma is also the gateway to the world’s 7th wonder Serengeti National Park and its land blessed with Gold.
Musoma is one of the five districts of the Mara region with a population of around 108, 242 people. The Lake Victoria sits on the western part of Musoma where its residents practice fishing. Other economic activities in the town include trade and gold mining.
Musoma Airport is an airport in northern Tanzania serving Musoma and the surrounding Mara Region.
Precision Air flies to Musoma four times a week every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday and Sunday
Located in the western part of Tanzania with a population of 135, 234. Kigoma region is one of the busiest regions in the western part of Tanzania and the port to Lake Tanganyika Kigoma is also home to the historic trading town of Ujiji, Gombe Stream Nationa, and Mahale Mountains National Park (Both National parks are famous for habituating wild Chimpanzees).
Lets count down things to do while in Kigoma
1. Visit the 2nd largest and deepest fresh water lake in the world –Lake Tanganyika
2. Visit historical trade town of Ujiji
3. Go visit and greet Chimapnzee at Gombe stream National park
4. Hike with Chimpanzees on Mahale Mountains National Park
5. Go on a cruise in the world 2nd largest and deepest fresh water lake –Lake Tanganyika aboard the world oldest passenger ferry in the world MV Liemba
Wait we are not done !!!!
6. Kigoma is also the final stop for the central railway line, go and see for yourself.
Economic activities in the region include fishing, agriculture and tourism. Kigoma can also serve as entrance to Burundi, Rwanda and Congo.
Kigoma Airport is an airport in western Tanzania, it is located at the east area of Ujiji. The Kigoma non-directional beacon is located on the field.
Don’t just read these in books or see on TV let us fly you to Kigoma every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and Sunday.
Mtwara is a southern region of Tanzania which forms a boundary with Mozambique by the Ruvuma River. Said to be the doorway of tourism in the Southeastern part of Tanzania. To the north, the Shangani area is surrounded by good beaches offering tourists and visitors an awesome spot for relaxation.
Mtwara’s main market is situated on the southern end of the region, there is also the main commercial area, where tourists can find banks with ATMs, Post
Office and several shops.
For canoe lovers it is also possible to canoe or take a dhow across the bay’s entrance to the Msangankuu peninsula once at the Shangani beach. Here you will find superb beaches with great snorkeling and diving sites. Towards the North, past Shangani are the mangroves and coral flats with rock pools and diverse bird life.
Mtwara’s airport is about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi), by road, south of the town of Mtwara. This is about 568 kilometres (353 mi), by road and 400 kilometres (249 mi), by air, south of Julius Nyerere International Airport.
Precision Air flies to Mtwara Daily.
Bukoba is the capital town of Kagera located in the northwest of Tanzania along the offshore of Lake Victoria with an estimated population of more than 476, 351 people. Bukoba is also the second largest port on the lake, famous in production of Coffee and Banana (Matoke).
Situated on the shore of Lake Victoria, Bukoba lies only 1 degree south of the Equator, giving it wonderful climate which is sunny and mild most of the year. It can sometimes get cool, especially in the evenings during the rainy seasons, but never as cold as the winter season in Europe.
Let’s take you to Bukoba every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, there is so much to enjoy there. Enjoy a delicious meal of Matoke and Senene (grasshoppers) or go fishing in the Lake Victoria. Bukoba is also rich in culture and while we are there we can enhance our knowledge by conducting cultural tourism.
Situated at the northern part of the country, Arusha is the centre of tourism in Tanzania and home to famous landscapes in the world such as Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Manyara. It is also regarded as the capital of East Africa and host a large number of international activities plus headquarters to a number of regional and international organizations for example; the East African Community and International Criminal Tribunal For Rwanda.
Economic activities in Arusha are mainly tourism and agriculture whereby Arusha is the main producer and exporter of flowers in the country, coffee and other small scale farming. Precious stones such as Tanzanite, which are only found in Tanzania are extracted in Arusha and offer a big economic boost to the region.
The largest and the capital city of Kenya which derives its name from the Maasai phrase ‘Enkare Nyorobi’ (the place of cool water). Nairobi thakes the title of being the fourth largest city in Africa and most populated city in East Africa. Its history goes way back to 1899 where it was a famous railway depot that connected Mombasa and Uganda, until 1963 where it became the capital city of Kenya.
Nairobi is the commercial centre of Kenya and home to many international organizations such as UNEP and United Nation Habitat headquarters.
With a mild climate; agriculture, trade and tourism are the main economic drivers, while flower exportation is the main source of foreign exchange.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the gateway to many African cities and Precision Air serves this hub with daily flights.
Famously known as ‘Rock City’ is located in the northern part of Tanzania it is the main harbor on Lake Victoria which borders Uganda to the North West and Kenya to the North East. The city has eight administrative divisions which are Nyamagana, Ilemela, Geita, Kwimba, Magu, Misungwi ,Sengerema and Ukerewe.
Mwanza is one of the crucial economic region for Tanzania with its main economic activitiy being Agriculture; it produces a good amount of Cotton that is exported and some used by local textile industries. Mwanza has a huge deposit of Gold which is mined at Geita district.
While in Mwanza, be sure to visit the Lake Victoria and Rubondo Island National Park.
Precision Air flies to Mwanza daily.
Zanzibar famously known as the spice island is formed by two main islands; Unguja and Pemba and about 51 other islets inhabited with more than 984,625 people. Home to Swahili culture, Zanzibar is located at 36Km from Tanzania’s mainland and it is blessed with good number of world’s tourist attractions such as historical sites, splendid beaches, spice farms, hotels and lodges, old forts and ruins and Swahili culture itself.
With great tropical weather, Zanzibar offers a great tourist destination, whereby tourism has become one of the major source of government revenue as the sector contributes 70 percent of foreign exchange.
Comoros is an archipelago of four beautiful islands deriving its name from the Arabic word 'Qamar' meaning Moon; famously known as the perfume island, it reflects its massive production of Ylang Ylang which is the important ingredient for perfume making. Located ten degrees south of the equator in the western Indian Ocean just 200 miles off East African coast, Comoros is the home to a mixed civilization made up of Arab and Africa origin and estimated to make a population of more than 798,000. With beautiful landscape, beaches, culture and a warm hospitality, Comoros is a never miss destination in Africa.
Precision Air flies to Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Kilimanjaro, located northeast of Tanzania and is host to one of the prominent land features in the World .i.e. the number one free standing mountain and the second tallest mountain in the world ‘Mount Kilimanjaro’. The region is home to Chagga and Pare people, with population of more than 1,381,149 people living in 7 districts; Rombo, Hai, Moshi Rural, Moshi Urban, Mwanga,Siha, and Same.
Economic activities in Kilimanjaro region are mainly Agriculture, Commercial and Tourism. The region is commonly known for the cultivation of Coffee, Banana, Maize and Beans.
Kilimanjaro region is served with Kilimanjaro International Aiport which is located in between Moshi town and Arusha town. Precision Air has daily flights to Kilimanjaro.
Dar es Salaam
Dar es Salaam is the largest city in Tanzania and commercial centre of the country. Located at the coast of Indian Ocean, Dar es Salaam is inhabited by about 5 million people. The city also hosts a port which serves not only Tanzania but also other land locked neighboring countries.
It is also the jump point to tourism attractions in the country such as Zanzibar, and Bagamoyo. Its beaches and city layout also makes one of the finest tourism destination.
The city is accessible by Air, water, road and rail. It has a well road network that connects it to the interior of the country and beyond country boarders.
Julius Nyerere International airport is the starting point and landing point for many international flights.
Dar es Salaam is also our home base.