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Contact For Monjes Tours
Ms/Jane T. Gistav Minja
P.O.Box 15635
Arusha Tanzania
East-Africa

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ACCOMMODATION









There is a huge variety of accommodation on offer in Tanzania, catering for all tastes and budgets. This simple guide is designed to help you decide which type of lodging is for you (and your budget)

Designer

Five-star luxury beyond your wildest dreams

Imagine a secluded retreat of pure luxury, where every fanciful whim becomes reality. Think five-star dream hideaway and decadent oasis of pure bliss. A place of natural beauty and endless space, where your troubles dissolve and time stands still. Breathtaking vistas, luxurious accommodation, fine cuisine and impeccable service – this is Tanzanian designer accommodation. Be it in cities, towns or in the wilderness, these properties truly are first class in all respects. But don't think for one moment that all this luxury will exclude you from the real Tanzania. You are still deeply immersed in the raw wilderness of quintessential Africa, with all its inherent adventure, excitement and natural beauty.

Classic
A fine alternative for the more restrictive budget

Imagine stepping out of your own house and into someone else’s. A homely, welcoming and comfortable place – this is the Classic range of accommodation. From lodge to tented camp and from big to small, they are of good quality, offer fine service and are in great locations. They all have en suite bathrooms and the usual creature comforts. A great alternative if you find the designer range a little out of your budget.

Adventure
For the more hardy traveller

Imagine adventure as it was once upon a time: simple, but comfortable, with all your basic amenities available. En suite bathrooms, hot water, bucket showers and comfortable beds. Evenings under the stars on camp chairs, listening to the fire. Early morning coffee as you set off in search of the stories of the night before. Picnic lunches under trees as you admire the wilderness. Enjoy sundowners by the river, and BBQ dinners out in the open. If you are prepared to leave all your modern luxuries behind, this is the perfect way to experience Tanzania.

Monjes Lodges Arusha Tanzania
Monjes Lodges invites you to experience the unparalleled beauty of the Arusha Town. Set in the heart of Arusha Town. Our Lodge is equipped to accommodate 50 persons at a time. Fourteen spacious, double rooms with modern amenities, six twin-bedded cottages in sylvan surroundings and five tented cottages with attached modern bath ensure that your stay here is in comfort.(But there is no A/c, or T.V. in any of the accommodation).Our Bar & Restaurant offers a range of exotic drinks and desserts one must certainly experience. From our Lodges you can walk to almost all offices and financial institution in Arusha Town. We can also organize for the tour of Arusha town and a day trip to Arusha National Park or Lake Manyara / Tarangire National Park if you prefer that.

Migunga Tented Camp
At Migunga you wake up in the morning to the sound of the forest, with beams of the sun finding their way through our the tall trees. In the afternoon you can enjoy our mountain bike ride trail through Lake Manyara’s backyard or enjoy watching our vervet monkeys muck about on the central field. The evenings are resonating with the typical sounds of forest creatures, making your fairytale complete.

Migunga Tented Camp is nestled in a quiet corner on the northwest of Lake Manyara. The camp is ideally situated in shade of an acacia forest, only 5 minutes from the entrance of Lake Manyara National Park. This is the ideal base camp to discover the beautiful surroundings of Lake Manyara, or pay a cultural visit to the colourful town of Mto Wa Mbu.

Ikoma Tented Camp
All what you expect from a tented camp. Very close to the Serengetti National park, which results in hyiena's, zebra's, elephants, and wildebeast directly around your tent. Camp is good protected by armed guards. Comport in tented camps is good, not more. Clean and well-maintained tents.


Food in the restaurant is average to good. Friendly people and good service. Furthermore, not too much facilities, but all you need for a sleep over during a safari in the Serengeti.
You can hear the hyenas laugh at night, the masai guard the camp and is an interesting experience to see them standing still in the darkness with a bow and arrow looking out for danger. Truly an experience of going back to basics in life! It has hot water only in the evening and early mornings. During breakfast and dinner, do catch up with the chef Mohammed and let him know your preference for food.

Lake Natron Tented Camp
Lake Natron Tented Camp is a quiet place, but there are activities to conquer the silence. It is not a place known for its wildlife, but a place for enjoying your stay. The natural pool is very refreshing, which is welcome at the hot and dry daytime. If you like, simplicity and beautiful views you will not be disappointed.

The restaurant is very nice; there is also a fireplace outside of the restaurant. The service is great and if something is not all right please bear with the personnel - only some of them speak English well. We had the maasai Marco for a guide and he was excellent - just fantastic.

Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp
Kati Kati Camp is a one of the more simple tented camp located in the Central Serengeti near to Seronera. This area of the Serengeti has reliably good game viewing throughout the year, and is a good place to look for cheetah on the vast open plains. The camp offers comfortable accommodation and a unique opportunity to enjoy a real safari camp experience. The camp is only a two-hour scenic drive from Olduvai Gorge Museum and Grumeti River.

A cosy mess tent islocated in the centre of the camp where meals are served. The campfire is ready every evening for appetizers and snacks before dinner. 10 tents with en suite facilities.

Several airstrips in the National Park receive schedule flights from Arusha as well as charter flights.

Maramboi Tented Camp
This is a unique opportunity to experience and explore the Tarangire and Manyara ecosystem. Maramboi Tented Camp offers permanent camp facilities and endless vistas of rolling golden grasslands and palm lined desert between Tarangire and Manyara Lake. A visit to the area is essential for anyone interested in evolution and the origins of Mankind and an explanation of the Rift Valley and Africa's big picture. It is a complete semi desert experience focusing on game drives.

40 spacious tents built on ample wooden decks, among them there are 26 standard rooms, 10 suites and 2 units with 2 rooms interconnected, ideal for families with children. They all have en suite facilities and private veranda with 24 hours 220V electric lighting.

An impressive landscape from the Rift Valley gives the visitor an amazing natural welcome to an area extraordinarily rich in wildlife. The camp offers stunning views of the Manyara National Park, Rift Valley, Ngorongoro highlands and on clear days even Oldonyo Lengai a sacred mountain to the Maasai.

Activities include, game drives, bird watching on the shores of the not too distant Lake Manyara and cultural interaction with Datoga and Maasai tribes, whose bomas populate the adjacent land.

Lake Masek Tented Camp
Named for the lake it overlooks, the relatively new Lake Masek Tented Camp is located just south of the border of southern Serengeti National Park and northwest Ngorongoro Conservation area. More commonly known as Ndutu, after a second lake nearby, this area sees the wildebeest migration pass through in the earlier part of the year (typically December to April). There is also a good population of resident wildlife found here, especially cheetah, which are regularly spotted, and the more diminutive and rarely seen bat-eared fox.

The main building is approached from the rear, with comfortable lounge and dining areas leading out onto a nice raised deck area with splendid views out over the lake. The twenty-tented rooms are set out amongst the light acacia cover, raised up on decks, each equipped with comfortable beds, phone, shower and freestanding bath.

Lake Masek Tented Camp is a good mid-priced option in this attractive area. It also offers a higher level of conventional comforts and protection from the elements than the mobile camps in the area, which can become a little challenging if it rains.



Day 1: Rongai Start Point (1996m) - Simba camp (2626m)

Hiking time: 4 hours
Distance: Approximately 6.7 km
Habitat: Forest (Montane)

Depart from Arusha town and driveto the Marangu park gate for registration. From Marangu park gate we travel to Naro Moru, north east manjaro, a further 68km and approximately 2 ½ hours on bad roads to the Rongai start point (1996m). Meet your guide and porters before you begin your hike from the Nale Moru village. The small winding path crosses maize fields before entering pine forest, and then climbs gently through a forest. The trail is not at all steep, but is rather a gentle hike through a beautiful country side. The first night's camp is at Simba Camp (2 626m). The camp facilities include a public toilet and a wooden table with benches, but no hut.

 

Day 2: Simba camp (2626m) - Kikelewa Camp (3679m)

Hiking time: 6 – 7 hours
Distance: Approximately 11.8 km
Habitat: Moorlands

We hike from Simba camp up towards Kibo till 3 482m for lunch at First Caves, a distance of 5.8km. After lunch we continue trekking until reaching Kikelewa Camp at about 3679 metres. The views start to open up and you begin to feel you're on a really big mountain! Water can be found in a obvious stream below the cave, although you might have to wander downhill a way to find a pool or two. Enjoy dinner and overnight at Kikelewa camp.

 

Day 3: Kikelewa Cave (3679m) - Mawenzi Tarn camp (4303m)

Hiking time: 3 hours
Distance: Approximately 3.7 km
Habitat: Moorlands

A short but steep climb up grassy slopes offers superb views of this wilderness area. The vegetation zone ends shortly before you reach your next camp at Mawenzi Tarn spectacularly situated beneath the towering spires of Mawenzi. Spend the afternoon acclimatizing and exploring the area.

 

Day 4: Mawenzi Tarn camp (4303m) - Kibo hut (4730m)

Hiking time: 5 hours
Distance: Approximately 9 km
Habitat: Alpine desert

After breakfast we head west and continue ascending on the east side of Kibo crossing the saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo taking 4 to 5 hours to reach Kibo Hut. The remainder of the day is spent resting in preparation for the final ascent, which begins around midnight. Overnight at Kibo hut.

 

Day 5: Summit attempt Kibo hut (4730m) - Uhuru Peak (5895m) - Horombo hut (3705m)

Hiking time: 7 to 8 hours to reach Uhuru Peak, 6 to 8 hours to descend to Horombo
Distance: Approximately 5.4km ascent and 15 km descent

 

Habitat: Stone scree / ice-cap summit

You will rise around 23h30, and after some tea and biscuits you shuffle off into the night, and this is where the going really gets tough. The first section of the trail consists of a rocky path to the Hans Meyer Cave (5150m), also a good resting spot.
The path then zigzags up to Gillman's point (5 681m), which is located on the crater rim. This section is very steep with a lot of stone scree, requiring a great physical and mental effort. This is probably the most demanding section of the entire route. Do the Kili shuffle and move slowly. From Gillmans Point you will normally encounter snow all the way up to Uhuru peak (5895m), the highest point in Africa.

 

Total exhilaration and satisfaction - you made it

Weather conditions on the summit will determine how long you will be able to spend, taking photographs, before the 3 hour descent back to Kibo hut. After a short rest at Kibo hot, you gather all your gear you left behind for the ascent and head down to Horombo hut (3 hours) for your overnight. The return to Horombo hut will seem surprisingly fast compared to the ascent. The total time spent walking on this day is around 14 hours, so be prepared for a very tough day. Later in the evening you enjoy your last dinner (with soft drinks and beer for sale at the camp office) on the mountain and a well-earned sleep, filled with memories and stirring emotions.

 

Day 6: Horombo hut (3705m) - Marangu Gate (1860m)
Hiking time
: 6 hours
Distance: Approximately 19.7 km
Habitat: Moorland & Montane Forest

After breakfast you continue your descent (6 hours), passing the Mandara hut, down to the Marangu gate. It is strongly recommended not to pay your porters any tips until you and all your gear have reached the gate safely. Click here for more info on tips.
At Marangu gate you sign your name and details in a register. This is also where successful climbers receive their summit certificates. Those climbers who reached Gillman's Point (5685m) are issued with green certificates and those who reached Uhuru Peak (5895m), receive gold certificates.And drive back to Arusha for dinner overnight.

 


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Day 1:
Marangu Gate (1860m) - Mandara hut (2715m)

Hiking time: 5h
Distance: Approximately 8.1 km
Habitat: Montane forest

The drive from Ausha to the Kilimanjaro National Park gate, takes about 2 hours. The journey passes through the village of Marangu, which is located on the lower slopes of the mountain. Once you reach the park gate, all hikers are requested to sign in at the Park office and make their final preparations for the climb. Porters will be seen arranging and loading their packs, containing the food, water, cooking gas as well as most of your equipment. Make sure that you have all your daypack items (containing at least drinking water, your lunch pack and extra clothing) with you, as the porters ascend a lot quicker than the hikers.
Our guides will be available to assist with any additional information or needs you might have. You now leave the Park gate and ascend on a cleared ridge trail through the rain forest. The forest, suffused with mist and dripping with beards of moss, is also where most of Kilimanjaro's animals are found.
An alternative and more scenic parallel forest trail branches off to the left a few minutes after the gate. This trail follows the edge of a stream through the undergrowth and offers you the option to rejoin the main trail either after 1.5 hours hiking, or 1 hour before Mandara hut.
Your first night stop, Mandara hut, consisting of a group of wooden A-framed huts in a forest clearing. Each hut features 6-8 sleeping bunks with solar generated lighting. The total capacity of the camp is 60 climbers. Water is piped into the camp from springs above and there are flush toilets behind the main hut. Dinner is prepared by our cook and served in a communal dining mess.

 

Day 2: Mandara hut (2715m) - Horombo hut (3705m)
Hiking time
: 6h
Distance: Approximately 11.6 km
Habitat: Moorland

From Mandara hut the trail passes through a short stretch of forest, skirts the base of the Maundi Crater and then emerges into the transition from rain forest to moorland. It is well worth a short detour to scramble up the rim of the Maundi Crater for your first really impressive view of the Kibo Crater. On a clear day, Kibo will glimmer in the distance, showing off her majestic glaciers in the morning sun.
Once you are in the open moorland you will get the chance to see some of Kilimanjaro's most spectacular plants - the endemic giant lobelia which grows up to 3 m in height and the giant groundsel (Senecia Kilimanjari), which can reach heights of 5m! After about 6 hours trek from here, you reach the Horombo hut, where you will have a hot bowl of washing water, rest; an evening meal and overnight.

 

Day 3: Horombo hut (3705m) - Acclimatisation day
Horombo hut is a village of huts perched on a small plateau, with buildings similar to Mandara, but with a total capacity of 120 climbers! Horombo is normally bustling with hikers, guides and porters, with an atmosphere of adventure and excitement. You will meet both ascending and descending hikers here.
This extra day and night at Horombo is for additional acclimatisation. A hike towards the Mawenzi hut, passing the Zebra Rocks on the way (about 3 hours up and 1,5 hours down), is strongly recommended. This hike will further assist with the process of acclimatisation. Remember to drink enough water and move slowly! All meals for the day are provided at the hut. Retire to bed early and get a last good night's rest.

 

Day 4: Horombo hut (3705m) - Kibo hut (4730m)
Hiking time
: 6h
Distance: Approximately 9.6 km
Habitat: Alpine desert

After breakfast you now continue your ascent into the Alpine desert habitat. From Horombo there are two trails to the "Saddle" (which refers to the area located between the peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo). There is an upper route (right hand fork) and lower route (left hand fork) to choose from. The upper route (right hand fork) should be very familiar, as you will have climbed most of it the previous day (on your acclimatisation hike) towards Mawenzi hut. This section is very stony and eroded.
The recommended lower route (left hand fork) is much easier and nearly an hour shorter, and it also passes the last watering point at 4130m. You will have to fill your water bottles with all the water you will need until your return to Horombo hut in two night's time (unless you are willing to buy Mineral water at Kibo hut). Once again remember to slow down and drink enough water!

 


Situated in the barren Alpine desert is Kibo hut, a stone build block house which has bunk beds for 60 climbers, but no streams with water nearby. It is however possible to buy mineral water and soft drinks at the camp office. There are platform toilets behind the hut.
The summit is now a further 1195m up and you will make your final ascent the same night. Prepare your equipment, ski-stick and thermal clothing for your summit bid. This should include the replacement of your headlamp and camera batteries and make sure you have a spare set available as well. To prevent freezing it will be wise to carry your water in a thermal flask. Go to bed at round about 19h00 and try to get as much rest and sleep as possible.

 

Day 5: Kibo hut (4730m) - Uhuru Peak (5895m) - Horombo hut (3705m)

Hiking time: 7 to 8 hours to reach Uhuru Peak, 6 to 8 hours to descend to Horombo
Distance: Approximately 5.4km ascent and 15 km descent
Habitat: Stone scree and ice-capped summit

You will rise around 23h30, and after some tea and biscuits you shuffle off into the night, and this is where the going really gets tough. The first section of the trail consists of a rocky path to the Hans Meyer Cave (5150m), also a good resting spot. The path then zigzags up to Gillman's point (5 681m), which is located on the crater rim. This section is very steep with a lot of stone scree, requiring a great physical and mental effort. This is probably the most demanding section of the entire route. Do the Kili shuffle and move slowly.


From Gillmans Point you will normally encounter snow all the way up to Uhuru peak (5895m), the highest point in Africa. Total exhilaration and satisfaction - you made it. Weather conditions on the summit will determine how long you will be able to spend, taking photographs, before the 3 hour descent back to Kibo hut. After a short rest you gather all your gear you left behind for the ascent and head down to Horombo hut (3 hours) for your overnight. The return to Horombo hut will seem surprisingly fast compared to the ascent. The total time spent walking on this day is around 14 hours, so be prepared for a very tough day. Later in the evening you enjoy your last dinner (with soft drinks and beer for sale at the camp office) on the mountain and a well-earned sleep, filled with memories and stirring emotions.

 

Day 6: Horombo hut (3705m) - Marangu Gate (1860m)
Hiking time
: 6h
Distance: Approximately 19.7 km

After breakfast you continue your descent (6 hours), passing the Mandara hut, down to the Marangu gate. It is strongly recommended not to pay your porters any tips until you and all your gear have reached the gate safely. Click here for more info on tips. At Marangu gate you sign your name and details in a register. This is also where successful climbers receive their summit certificates. Those climbers who reached Gillman's Point (5685m) are issued with green certificates and those who reached Uhuru Peak (5895m), receive gold certificates. Then drive back to Arusha for dinner and overnight.



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Day1:
Pick up from your hotel at 8:30 in the morning then drive to the office for finishing the balance Safari, after you start drive 127kms to Tarangire Natoinal Park for game viewing until late evening and check out of the park to Panorama campsite for dinner and overnight.

Day2: Wake up Early morning after breakfast you drive to Lake Manyara National Park for game viewing and on this day you will have an option of coming back to the camp for hot lunch, if not you will get inside the Park with your lunch boxes. Go back to the camp after sunset for dinner and overnight.

Day3: Wake up Early morning take a breakfast and there after you pack everything you will leave the campsite and start driving to Serengeti National Park Via the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, on this day you will not descend down the crater but just stop at the view point for few minutes before you proceed with game en route to Serengeti. You will have dinner and overnight at Seronera campsite at the centre of Serengeti.


Day4: Around 6 O’clock you wake up then take the breakfast there after you leave the camp with the lunch boxes for full day game drive, come back to the camp due Sunset for dinner and overnight.

Day5: Wake up early morning for Serengeti sunrise game drive which will rough take 4 to 5 hours, there after you come back to the camp for having branch. After finishing the branch you pack everything and start doing game en route to the rim of Ngorongoro crater with an option of passing by to historical museum at Oldupai gorge, have your dinner and overnight at Simba campsite.



Day6:
Around 5:45am you wake up for breakfast and there after you pack all staff of yours and descend down the crater with lunch boxes, enjoy the game drive down the crater until late hours of the afternoon then start ascending up the wall of the crater and drive back to Arusha.



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Day 1:
Depart from Arusha town to Lake Manyara for game drive, enjoy the game viewing until sunset then after you check out of the park and go to the lodge/camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Leave from your hotel/ camp where you overnight and drive straight to Serengeti with game en route via the Ngorongoro conservation area, enjoy the game viewing in Serengeti until sunset and go to the camp/ lodge for dinner and overnight.


Day 3: Wake up early morning and take a cup of coffee then go for Serengeti sunrise game drive, which will take 3-4 hours. Then come back to the camp/lodge for having branch, there after pack everything in the Safari car and keep on with game en route to Ngorongoro conservation area for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: After breakfast you will pack all the staff and descend 610ms down the crater and keep enjoying the game viewing until late hours of the afternoon then start ascending up the wall of the Ngorongoro crater and drive to the hotel/camp near Lake Manyara for dinner and overnight.



Day 5: Wake up early morning and have breakfast there after you will go inside Lake Manyara for game viewing until afternoon then drive back to the hotel/camp for hot lunch .After finishing your lunch you will pack all staffs of yours and drive t Arusha National Park for dinner and overnight.


Day 6:
After breakfast you will enter the park for walking Safari with an armed ranger, close to the herds of Buffalos ,giraffes, antelopes and beautiful waterfalls. This will take maximum 3hours, and there after you will go to the safari jeep and proceed with game viewing until evening. Then you will be dropped at your hotel for dinner and overnight.



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Day 1: Leave Arusha at 9 o’clock and drive 127 Km to Tarangire National Park for game viewing until sunset then check out of the park an go to the campsite/ Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Leave from your hotel/ camp where you overnight and drive straight to Serengeti with game en route via the Ngorongoro conservation area, enjoy the game viewing in Serengeti until sunset and go to the camp/ lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: After breakfast you will pick your lunch boxes and go for a full day game drive in Serengeti, then come back to the camp/ lodge during sunset. Have dinner and overnight at your lodge/camp.

Day 4: Wake up early morning without breakfast for Serengeti sunrise game drive.
This will roughly take 3-4 hours, then go back to the camp/lodge for having branch, there after you will pack everything and proceed with your game en route to Ngorongoro crater. On this day you have an option of passing by the historical museum of Olduvai gorge, before you proceed with your drive to the camp/lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Wake up early morning take breakfast there after descend 610 meters down the crater for game viewing .And on this day you will descend with your lunch boxes, and proceed with game drive until late afternoon. Then start ascending up the wall of the crater and drive back to Arusha.

 


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Day 1: Leave Arusha to Lake Manyara Park for game viewing until sunset. Dinner and overnight in Lake Manyara.

Day 2: Leave the hotel/camp after breakfast with your lunch boxes and drive to Serengeti National Park, on this day it will be game en route to Serengeti via the Ngorongoro conservation area, enjoy game drive in Serengeti until sunset, then go to the hotel/ camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3:
Wake up early morning for Serengeti sunrise game drive, which will roughly take 3-4 hrs.Then come back to the hotel/camp for branch, there after you pack everything in the jeep and proceed with game en route to Ngorongoro crater to the camp hotel for dinner and overnight at the rim of the crater.

Day 4: Wake up early morning, take the breakfast and after you will pack everything to the safari jeep and descend to the crater floor for game viewing, on this day you will descend down the crater floor with you lunch boxes and keep enjoying your time down the crater until late hours of afternoon, then you start ascending up from the crater floor and drive back to Arusha.

 


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Day 1: Leave Arusha to Tarangire National Park for game viewing until late evening then go to the campsite/ Lodge For dinner and overnight at the border of Lake Manyara.

Day 2: Wake up early morning, after breakfast you will leave the camp/lodge and drive to Ngorongoro crater for game viewing with your lunch box until late afternoon, then go back to the hotel/camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Wake up early morning take breakfast, there after you get inn Lake Manyara for game viewing ,with your lunch boxes until late afternoon then start drive back to Arusha.

 


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Monjes Tours and lodges was established In 1985 and have a vast experience with more than 20 years’ experience in East Africa. One of us will personally attend to you; we will never treat you as a number – you are a friend, with your own likes and dislikes. As such, we design every trip with only you and your travel companions in mind

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Contact For Monjes Tours
Ms/Jane T. Gistav Minja
P.O.Box 15635
Arusha Tanzania
East-Africa

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