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Hostel Hoff is the perfect place to come and experience all that Tanzania has to offer.

They are connected to many great locally run volunteer projects and the money that you pay also goes towards supporting the community (unlike other large for-profit volunteering companies).

Hostel Hoff is a no-frills kind of place that gets you pretty close to the true African way of life.

No, they don't have a generator for when the power goes out, but who would want one when you can light some candles and enjoy each others company instead of watching TV? 

There are always great people staying at the Hostel who are up for adventure and having a good time.

Some Other Hotels and Safari Lodges

Ndarakwai Ranch Camp › | Honey Badger Lodge › | Hostel Hoff › | Green Hostels › | Makoa Farm › | Hostel Foot Prince › | Lutheran Uhuru Hostel › | Kia Lodge › | Rafiki Backpackers › | Kilemakyaro Mt. Lodge › | Moshi YMCA › |

You're able to take time away from volunteering to go on Safari, to climb Kili or go to Zanzibar.

Amanda sits down with us every evening to hear about how things are going and help us with any problems.

Africa is a different world and you need to have an open mind and flexible personality. But, once you're here, it's hard not to fall in love with the Hakuna Matata attitude.

If you want a fun, rewarding volunteer experience in Tanzania, that doesn't fill the pockets of large organizations then this is an excellent choice. i will definitely return.

Hostel Hoff is a great choice for those looking to volunteer in Moshi, whether shorter or long term.

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