Tabora Region is one of the regions of Tanzania. Its capital is Tabora. municipal or Tabora urban. Tabora region is famous for its distinguishable honey and timber activities.
The region is in the central-western part of the country. The area of Tabora is 76,151 km² (approximately 9% of Tanzania). A total of 34,698 km² (46%) is forest reserve, and 17,122 km² (22%) is game reserve. Most economic activity in the region is agricultural.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of Tabora Region was 1,717,908.
The regional commissioner is Abeid MwinyiMsa who has been appointed to replace the previous regional commissioner Ukiwaona Ditopile Mzuzuri. Ukiwaona Ditopile Mzuzuri was arrested in Dar Es Salaam on November 06, 2006 for allegedly shooting to death a commuter bus driver and had to resign while the trial was going on. The new commissioner sworn on 5th December 2006 in Dar es salaam.
Tabora Region is comprised of six districts: Urambo to the West, Nzega and Igunga to the North, Tabora Urban in the center, Uyui to the East, and Sikonge to the South.