Moshi YMCA Hostel

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Moshi YMCA is very cheap (about 10 per person per night) and comes with breakfast. I was pleasantly surprised when they asked me how i wanted my eggs so it was eggs on toast, juice, and coffee... not bad at all. Beds were fine, good mosquito nets .

About a 5 minute taxi ride (2,000-3,000 TSH) to the main road, or about a 15 minute walk. Take a taxi after dark.

Shared bathroom but they provide sandals in the rooms to use in the shower which was a nice surprise.

Would definitely recommend if you are on a tight budget and want to see moshi!

Reasonably priced (U$10@ night single) and clean, but the Olympic-sized swimming pool is the big attraction.

Several ex-pat residents of Moshi show up here regularly for a refreshing dip, so you can get a feeling for the town and the activities by listening and asking questions.

And the view of the Mt. Kilimanjaro glaciers from the shallow end is breath-taking, especially at sunset.

Reception is friendly and helpful. The accommodation is basic, but typical of a YMCA anywhere in the world. The food is basic, but edible. The beer is cold.

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