I will be in Moshi for three extra days while my husband and daughter walk up Kilimanjaro.
Their trek is 8 days and my Safari is 5. I would like to explore Moshi without spending much
money or no money because I am already paying alot for the Safari. Do you have any suggestions?
Do you have any information such as local maps or bus routes that could come in handy for my week spent in Moshi before the big climb? I would love to visit many of the places I have read about such as the forests of monkeys and hot springs and falls, has anyone got any advice for doing this without a guided tour etc. I would love some more info!!
many thanks and a great festive season to you all
We will be leaving the Keys Hotel Moshi after doing Kilimanjaro on Sunday 1 sept. We would like to go to Mombasa. Which is the best bus company ??
Are there planes from Moshi to Mombasa?
We will travel from Nairobi to Arusha with the bus that starts at 14:00 o'clock, and will arrive around 18:30 - 19:00. Because our hotel is in Moshi, is there any possible way to go to Moshi the same day? Daladalas, taxi or something else?
Thank you in advance.
I will be traveling to Tanzania in about a month. My trip to there will be short because I will be volunteering at an orphanage in Moshi for 2 weeks and only have the weekends to travel around. Only trips that I can take are 2 days and there are a lot of tours/parks out there, can anybody tell me what are some places that are going to be good for such a short time? Thanks!
I'll be going from Moshi to Mombasa on a weekday in Sep. does anyone knows if there a bus services running that direction, but not going to Nariobi or Dar as Salaam? Also how much is the fare roughly?
A friend of mine brought me a Kanga as a gift from her trip to Kenya. She did not get the phrase translated. Where can I get a translation for:
"AKIONDOKA MZAZI ROHO YANGU HAINA UWAZI"
Does this hotel (as distinct from the Impala in Arusha) still exist. Or has it changed its name? I can't find it listed anywhere and there is no website. My daughter visited it last year and we thought we'd go back.
I live in Colorado Springs, CO at 7,000 feet above sea level. I'm located at the base of Pike's Peak, which is 14,000 feet above sea level. Would climbing Pike's Peak a few times be sufficient training for Kilimanjaro?
I'm thinking about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro this year. Here's what I need to know: 1) Is Moshi the closest town to Kili? 2) How far is Moshi from KIA? 3) Can a strong 13 year old boy climb Kili? Im thinking about taking my son.
Do the ATMs in Moshi accept Maestro cards? Or does it have to be Visa? Is Maestro generally accepted in East / South Africa these days or is Visa a better option?
Many thanks for any help.
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