Tabora Town is located in the mid western part of Tanzania on the cental plateau. The Town is famous for its distinguishable honey and timber activities from Tabora Region. Tabora is a hub of Railways providing gateways to Kigoma, Mwanza and Mpanda Regions.
The tourist attractions include the following;
- Museum and Fort Boma which was built by the Germans at the end of the 19th century and is still in use by the Military of Tanzania.
- The market
- Kwihara which was formerly known as Kazeh and it was an important town in the slave trade.
- Igombe Dam and a local forest reserve.
- The house of William H. Macy which is built in the style of the early German imperialists who colonized the area.
The town is connected by rail to Dar es Salaam on the Indian Ocean, Kigoma on Lake Tanganyika and Mwanza on Lake Victoria.