Mount Kilimanjaro View Lodge is a small, traditional lodge nestled against a tropical rain forest high on the rolling slopes of world-famous Mount Kilimanjaro. Built in 2004, guests from over 60 countries have stayed at the lodge.
The authentic African lodge is conveniently located 16 km from Moshi. Guests enjoy a breathtaking view of Mount Kilimanjaro and an opportunity to live the culture in a peaceful, natural setting. A must stop, to include in one's itinerary while in Tanzania, the frosting on the cake!
The lodge is ideal as a 'Base Camp' for hikes, safaris, and overall excursions in the region. Ideal for trekkers needing to first acclimatize before attempting a climb of Mt. Kili or Mt. Meru.
Excellent! Weathered with the tropical conditions but rustic African style with natural building materials and lush tropical grounds in a remote peaceful setting. Built in 2004, it has improved with age giving it a quality that blends in with its beautiful surroundings!
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We stayed here in Dec 2012, and we would highly reccommend it! The views are amazing, and the room are basic but confortable (it is locally run guesthouse) What makes a big difference is the staff - so welcoming and whilling to help. Every night they put on a show with music and dancing, and on the last night they gave each guest a small present. The owner was also very helpful when we had problems with a bus booking on our way back to Arusha. Staying here was one of the highlights of our trip, and we would love to go back one day.
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