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Kiboko Lodge is definitely worth a stay when arriving in Arusha. It not only supports a great project but also offers comfortable accommodation at a very reasonable price. The location is superb, quiet and at a convenient distance from the national park. The food is...More
We enjoyed spending 3 nigths at the Kiboko Lodge. This lodge is closely connected to the project supporting street kids. We visited the project as well. The boys work at the lodge, service is excellent!
Kiboko Lodge is an accommodation one would like to rate "Excellent" for many of its features, but may not accurately do so. Its overarching problem is its location and access road. For visitors to Arusha National Park the lodge is located over 4k southeasterly down...More
we did enjoy are stay at the kiboko lodge. De location is nice, the food is very well en the people are friendly en hospitable. The foundation is a very nice example of helping local people to give them a second change.
The Watoto Foundation Team have worked long and hard to get this place running. The young men (all ex street kids) actually BUILT the lodge, and the furniture, and plumbed it, did the electricity....so this is the result of people getting skills, focus, and their...More
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Hi Frank..was there in May..this lodge was not an upscale lodge like the SOPA's or Sarena's but it has some unusual characteristics. It is basic with small buildings which contain two units each. The setting is wonderful... More
Hi Frank..was there in May..this lodge was not an upscale lodge like the SOPA's or Sarena's but it has some unusual characteristics. It is basic with small buildings which contain two units each. The setting is wonderful, the food is good, the staff attention and operation is terrific. What sets it apart is that it is owned and operated by a foundation that educates and trains street kids in Arusha including how to operate a lodge..they do a great job. Worth your time and effort to spend at least one night and if you are so inclined, to make a contribution to the foundation (we did). The only down side is that the road leading to the lodge is one of the roughest, but that maybe adds to the appeal.
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"Simba House is very private and offers a good view of the pond area."