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Songea Airport | Tanzania Airports

Songea Airport | Tanzania Airports

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Songea Airport

Songea Airport is an airport in southern Tanzania serving the town of Songea and the surrounding Ruvuma Region. The runway is 7 kilometres west of the municipality. The Songea non-directional beacon is located on the field.

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Songea Town:

Songea is the capital city of the Ruvuma Region in southwestern Tanzania. It is one of the most popular destinations in that region. Songea took its name after one of the chiefs who were killed following the Maji Maji rebellion. This city is made up of 13 wards and is managed by the Songea Municipal Council. Songea is where the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Songea is located. It is also home to many educational institutions including St. Augustine University.

Songea is a great place to visit if you like warm weather, safari excursions and vibrant cultural festivals. Not far from the coast of Lake Nyasa, the city is a gateway to some of Africa’s best wildlife-watching country and offers a warm welcome to everyone who visits.

Nature is the biggest draw in southwestern Tanzania. When you visit Songea, you’ll be able to join safari tours to see wild chimpanzees in the refuge at Mahale or the elephants, zebras and buffalo in the Mikumi National Park. If you rent a 4×4, you can also easily reach Lake Nyasa in an hour or so, where you can relax on idyllic beaches, rent kayaks, snorkel or even fish with the locals. Back in town, you might also catch the Selebuka Festival, which attracts dancers, musicians and much more to the city.

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