Mountain Inn

Address: Taifa Road, Moshi, Tanzania | Hotel
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Moshi

      Afrika adventure

      A travel blog entry by julia.stine on Feb 03, 2014

      3 photos

      I dag var vi klar til den sidste game drive på vores safari tur. Vi har fået denne ekstra tur fordi vores bil brød sammen i Ngorogoro, den blev ikke klar, så vi sagde farvel til Jeffrey i Ngorogoro og kørte mod Tarangire Nationalpark med en ny bil og en ny guide. Da vi ankom til vores camp, gik Hamand i gang med at tø …

      An unforgettable climb up Mt Kilimanjaro

      A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Oct 22, 2014

      10 comments, 65 photos

      ... personal strategy was the decision not to focus on the summit day, which we knew would be utter hell, but rather to enjoy each day as it came. We wanted to have a positive attitude that allowed us to be in the present moment and not to keep projecting to the final end of the climb. We thought that if we celebrated each day when we arrived at camp, and felt gratitude that we were even attempting the climb and were healthy enough to do so, then we would remain calm and positive. It ...

      Coming Down

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 16, 2014

      11 photos

      ... my guide let me introduced me to the next group of people that we say, another solo female that hired Absolute Africa as well. Charlene and I chatted the rest of the way back down to the gate. We talked about our travels and about love, relationships, self confidence and the experience that Kili had on each of us. Somehow it was brought up that I felt like I had a life-flashing-before-my-eyes moment. She looked at me, breathed deeply, and said, thank god, you said something, I ...

      Bottoms Up

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Sep 11, 2014

      39 photos

      ... we started chatting for a bit. Eventually he had to leave as he was doing the 6 day climb, but that gave me a chance to set up my sleeping bag in the tent the porters already had set up for me. I was given a wash basin to give myself a quick wash, and then my porter set up a nice little tea and snacks just outside my tent. I had a beautiful view of the trees and the mountains, what more could I possibly ask for? Simon, the other Canadian, came back from his altitude adjusting ...

      Time to climb the mountain

      A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 16, 2014

      5 comments, 8 photos

      ... hikers from the Machame route....there were people everywhere! we faced the infamous Barranco Wall, a relatively short ,steep rock wall (almost vertical) which we negotiated for around 2 hrs before reaching an undulating trail on the S.E flank of Kibo. The rock wall itself was quite an interesting climb but we were constantly having to stand aside to allow porters to pass ,carrying amazing loads on their shoulders and heads! At one stage ...