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The Sibiti River has one tributary, The Semu River. The Sibiti River belongs to a rather dense Basin which includes Lake Eyasi, and several rivers entering Lake Kitangiri, including:
Sibiti River in History
- A Bantu-speaking people, The Nyiramba, crossed the Sibiti River while looking for pacific lands. Some of their anecdoctes highlight the marshy nature of the area around the Sibiti River.
- Some archaeological remains have been found near lake Eyasi by a German Expedition in the 1930s.
- National Geographic. African Adventure Atlas. Pg 28-31