By Candice de Beer
Believe it or not, but between Mwanza and Dar es Salaam fastjet Guests can travel with up to 23 kg of your preferred catch of the day. Marlin, tuna, swordfish or hake, all are allowed! Just be sure to freeze your fishy delights and shrink-wrap it before boarding your plane. We’ve also compiled a few other reasons to visit Mwanza.
Perfect site-seeing conditions
At this time of the year Mwanza is experiencing a dry season. It’s the right time for game drives and hikes, and the mild temperatures offer a welcome break from the at times unbearable humidity and scorching heat. Bring your binoculars and camera’s, dress comfortably, and carry insect repellent for just in case.
Mwanza borders Lake Victoria
You can literally roll out of bed and dip your toes into Lake Victoria, the largest in Africa. Here you can book boat rides, enjoy sundowners, catch fish (there are over 200 species in the lake), and much more. Added to this, Saanane Island National Park is a short ten minute boat ride from Mwanza Town. Here, you’ll find a variety of bird life, elephant, zebra, giraffe and other wild animals. Pack lunch, find a cool spot under a tree and just enjoy your surroundings.
Fly with fastjet – here’s why
As Africa’s affordable airline, we offer cost-saving solutions to make travel with us more enticing. If you are travelling light, book our BigSaver fare and pay less. You don’t need to pay for your seat, if your happy to sit anywhere. As we fly E190s (which give you the option of a window or aisle seat) you’ll never be squashed in a middle row seat! And not to forget, you can pre-book your bucket of fish.
Book your flight through our call centre, online, at a fastjet appointed travel agent or fastjet shop. And you can pay for your flight using credit or debit card, M-Pesa, via eft, at an NMB branch or fastjet shop.
Fly fastjet, and discover how easy and affordable it is to visit some of East Africa’s favourite destinations.