Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort

Kyalla - Marangu West, Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kyalla - Marangu West, Kilimanjaro National Park, is near Arusha National Park, Kilwa Kisiwani, Songo Mnara, and Great Rift Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilimanjaro National Park

    Time to climb the mountain

    A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 16, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... through lush rainforest and along a well defined path. At Lemosho Forest Camp (2650 m) we arrived to find our tents erected and a toilet tent set up with a chemical toilet....relative luxury, let me assure you!

    There was a little confusion regarding sleeping arrangements....with David and myself assigned to share a tent....only problem being that David, at 6 foot 5inches could only lie diagonally inside the tent!( not much room for anyone else!!!) ...


    A travel blog entry by dzasta on Aug 12, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... up and down hill. We were taken up to see the GCC computer ctr for a donation opportunity, then up to VEP vocational training ctr for another donation opportunity. The lunch supplied was part of the tour and the ladies asked for a tip when we finished. When we were nearly at the bottom the guide asked us if we wanted to tip him there or at the truck?
    Now they are asking for a tip and telling us what to pay???

    Learning more about wildlife management

    A travel blog entry by angelakent on Jul 16, 2014

    1 photo

    ... For dinner, we tried traditional Tanzanian food. We had ugali, a soft steamed corn-based dough, that we used to scoop up some saucy dishes (all with our hands). It's hard to get the hang of eating that way gracefully!

    In the evening, we explored the Chaga bolt hole tunnel, and were pretty amazed at how far they went. Afterwards, everyone gathered at the college club for a fun game of cards.

    We're excited about our first day in the field ...

    Welcome to Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by katyflo on May 07, 2014

    18 photos

    ... brush my teeth over it anyway, not sure why!

    As basic and at times uncomfortable this may seem, right now I'm thinking this will be a really good experience and I'm just going to make the most of it. With the work I'll be involved in, I think I'd feel terrible if I were to live the high life while I was here. I'm lucky enough to come from the first world so a month of this won't kill me, I hope!

    After the quick tour and bag drop off we were back on the bike to go ...

    To the top or bust!

    A travel blog entry by denisegerry on Jan 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... We continued on to Karanga Camp, elevation of 3860 meters, but not before having to cross a deep gorge. My advice, don't be fooled when you see a camp ahead in the distance and you think you'll be there in 20 minutes, that's when they throw in a deep gorge that you have to go down into and then climb back up to the other side. It came as a surprise! That night we had a nice meal and enjoyed the sounds of the camp before hunkering down into our ...