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I just had my third stay at Kiboko Lodge. Although the staff has changed the former streetchildren are improving their hospitality skills. Food is good, staff is friendly, the surroundings are spectaculair and the rooms clean, albeit on the small side. A nice place to...More
I definetly agree with elbe-nyc, the best part of the lodge is the staff. They are so warm and did their best to make our stay a pleasant one! The lodge is also very close to Arusha National Park, the home of the Black and...More
The best part of Kiboko lodge is the people. The staff is so helpful, warm and welcoming! On our first night the staff taught us how to do the "high five" dance and we had a drink around the fireplace with staffers. During our stay...More
After a wonderful safari through southern and northern tanzanian national parks we passed our 2 last nights in this little paradise run by former street children. It was wonderful, the staff was great, the rooms were very clean, the food was very good, the location...More
This was my third time in the lodge. Over time the boys really get into the ritme of the day to day running of the lodge. They feel at ease with the guests and have always a smile on their faces.
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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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"The rooms are circular, named after wildlife, comfortable, cleanly and quiet//"