|The Cabora Bassa Dam, in Songo is well worth a visit
The suspension bridge over the River Zambezi, built during the 1960`s, links the city of Tete to the carboniferous centre at Moatize.
The Boroma Church, partially in ruins but which still testifies to the grandeur of this Jesuit Church built at the end of the XIX century.
The Fort of S. Tiago Maior de Tete, a Portuguese military construction dating back to the XVI century.
The “fonte nicho” (a natural spring used for water supply, the architecture of which has a b Portuguese influence) at Vila de Angónia.
The rapids and waterfalls on the Zambezi river.
The traditional huts built in the traditional way, with wooden stakes and stones, reeds and clay and covered with a thatched roof are still fairly common in some districts of the Province.