Tete is a privileged province where nature and human ingenuity compete to be the region’s ex-libris.
On the one hand, the natural beauty, where, at the level of the steppe with its baobab trees, which are always associated with stories transmitted from generation to generation, the deep and verdant valleys of the Zambezi and its tributaries follow.
On the other, this gigantic work, the Cahora Bassa dam, the 2nd largest in Africa and the 5th in the World, with a reservoir that occupies an area of 2000 km2, with 270 km in length and that in its greater width reaches 30 km.
Inhabited predominantly by the Nyanja, Nyungue and Sena ethnic groups, it is a region rich in mineral resources and apt for agriculture and livestock, and also has strong potential in ecotourism to develop.
In the most remote areas, there is also a great variety of wildlife.
Although situated in an inner zone, it has a privileged position with borders to the North with Zambia, to the East with Malawi, to the West with Zimbabwe, and linking to the South to the Provinces of Manica and Sofala.