public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

mozman replied the topic: public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

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Hi Henrik
You will not be able to reserve a seat on any of the buses. You just have to do what everyone else does as stated above.

The buses go to Cassacatize on the Mozambique side of the Chimefusa border.

I do not know of any drivers available to drive you and if you find one with a reliable car, it will be really expensive.

I recommend that you use public transport.

I don't know of any recommend places to overnight on this route.

Mike

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Lyngsie replied the topic: public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

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Hi Mike
Thanks for your prompt answer.

Would I understand correctly that every day there is a bus or a chapa and you just need to show up early in the morning.

Thanks in advance

Henrik

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mozman replied the topic: public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

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Hi
Yes there is transport on this route every morning.
Mike

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Lyngsie replied the topic: public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

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Hi Mike
Thanks for your replies.

I have tried to find out the impact of the cyclone in Tete city and on the way towards Zambia.

On most reports it appears that Tete was impacted by the cyclone, but when looking at the details it seems like it is the southern part of the province and not the city itself.

Would you have more detailed information? Basically we need to decide whether we are comfortable visiting Tete in July?

Thanks henrik

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mozman replied the topic: public transport Tete (moz) to Katete (zambia) through chimefusa border

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Hi Henrik.
Some low lying area's of Tete City did experience a few days of flooding a month or so ago. Everything there and on the road and rail routes is back to normal.

My regards

Mike

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