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A home away from home! We were originally staying for two nights but cut our next excursion short and came back for another night.
Had the warmest welcome from Frank and his lovely wife. They went out of their way to meet us at Usa...More
I loved my stay at the Kiboko Lodge. The staff were incredible and their connection with the Watoto Foundation is inspiring. The accommodation was wonderful, the food was delicious and the setting simply breathtaking. I will recommend Kiboko Lodge to anyone I know passing through...More
The moment we arrived at Kiboko Lodge, we received a beautiful welcome from Frank and his team. It was indicative of the rest of our stay. The food was 'kitamu', the lodge was calm and quiet, and in a stunning setting at the base of...More
We spent 3 wonderful days at Kiboko lodge for our work retreat. The meeting took place in the round, half open "banda" with beautiful views on the green surroundings. The quiet environment, spacious and well-equipped rooms and nice food helped us to concentrate on the...More
The location of Kiboko Lodge is just 4 km from Arusha National Park, it is surrounded by many paths, trails and roads to wander and explore - if you choose not to take any of the abundant and varied day trips that are available. The...More
Response from Frank R, Manager at Kiboko LodgeResponded 3 weeks ago
Good to read that you took time to write about your stay at Kiboko Lodge and that you appreciate our service. Indeed it is very special to have this lodge in the community of Ngurdoto village, with fantastic view to the Mount Meru...More
Response from jimdavisAtlanta | Reviewed this property |
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.