Kilemakyaro Mt. Lodge

Address: Uru Kifumbu, Moshi, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Uru Kifumbu, Moshi, is near Mafia Marine National Park, Big Blu Mafia Island Diving Center, and Saadani Safari Lodge River Safari.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kilemakyaro Mt. Lodge Moshi

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          Travel Blogs from Moshi

          Day 2 - Kilimanjaro to Moshi

          A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 05, 2014

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... were selling. Needless to say we didn't need more stuff to carry up the mountain, we already have a fan hat, a fan and a water fan which according to Andy as all 'very' important, though I know I will wish I had each of them at some point on this trip, maybe not on kili. Anyways it was a quiet relaxing day that ended appropriately with some Kilimanjaro beers and yet again another 5 games of Monopoly deal, Andy came out on top this time. Time to rest and sleep ...


          A travel blog entry by thecheeses on Jul 31, 2014

          29 comments, 2 photos

          ... ATTITUDES. Hope you’re holiday was amazing, it sounded lovely! Can’t wait to hear about everything that’s been happening at home, thinking about you all! See you very soon, love you! XX

          Harry: Hi guys, hope you are all ok back at home; I am doing really well out here! Izzy cried for days, but I hope you will be pleased to hear that I have fallen in love with one of the local girls Mak’inglawe. We met when I built her house and the chief of ...

          Wildlife ecology

          A travel blog entry by angelakent on Jul 19, 2014

          3 photos

          ... elephants and black rhinos. The methods she developed can be important tools for monitoring health and reproductive status of these threatened species, and are an important new tool for conservation. In the afternoon, we heard a lecture about ecosystem health - again, a familiar topic put in a local context. Afterwards, we enjoyed the wonderful sunny afternoon, and were ...

          Outdoor classroom

          A travel blog entry by angelakent on Jul 17, 2014

          20 photos

          Today we travelled to a nearby private conservation reserve that the College of African Wildlife Management uses for field classes to learn how to set mist nets for catching birds. We were excited to have a day in the field, and to get a little taste of our upcoming safari! On our way to the wildlife reserve, we passed though a sugarcane plantation, which was a novel site for everyone. It turns out that sugarcane fields are a favorite hangout of ...


          A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jun 12, 2014

          6 photos

          ... room, so a quick decision was made to go back to the Honey Badger in Moshi. It was quite difficult to get our money back because the price included a government levy which had already been paid over to them. However, we were finally on our way back and had a great evening, and the biggest advantage was that they had wi-fi and I could get a lot of my blog transcribed to Travelpod, and also some pics ...