Tembotamu Hotel

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We used Tembotamu Hotel in Moshi as our Kili climb organiser / advisors / safari provider and for our full board accommodation while in Moshi.

The guesthouse was beautiful and quiet. Sandra organised climbs and safaris for me on my weekends and we were never lacking in day trips.

(Try Lake Challa for a nice swim and lunch). Frank is a fantastic Safari guide and is always happy to spend a night out on the town!

The house has a great location close enough to walk to town but far away to avoid the traffic and crowding of Moshi.

The guest house offers privacy and comfort away from the main house but dinner with the family is lovely.

Value for money is a big plus and Sandra's cooking is amazing! Both Sandra and Frank are helpful with anything you could need and made my stay in Tanzania very enjoyable!

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 › |

Tembotamu B&B is located in a private home on the outskirts of Moshi in a non-tourist neighborhood of private homes and small agricultural fields.

It is a very quiet neighborhood.

The owners are a couple, Frank and Sandra. Frank is native Tanzanian and Sandra is a New Zealander who has been in the Moshi area for 6 years.

They have a two year old son. They also run a safari business for which Frank is the guide and driver.

Tembotamu is a10 minute walk to the main road (Sokoine Road) where you can obtain public transport to Moshi center or a 20 minute walk to KCMC which is the starting point for public transportation and also has a taxi stand. Alternatively, a taxi can be called.

Overall, I had an absolutely fantastic and stress free time and some experiences I will never forget, thanks Frank and Sandra you were such a an integral part to this!

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