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Where to stay

Shared campsite

The shared campsite is set under shady Acacia trees near some of the best places to visit in Enduimet. The campsite is not booked exclusively, meaning that you share the campsite with others; however, each party has their own private shady tree. The campsite has one toilet facility and one shower facility with his and hers section. There is a BBQ grill and table that is shared under a common Acacia tree if you like. The camp has a Maasai moran looking after it all the time providing any assistance and security.


Wilderness campsite

Be bold and venture out into the wilderness! Just like the shared campsite, it’s just you and nature surrounded by the cooing of birds and a billion stars. It’s important to note that campers must bring all water and supplies, and be mindful of leaving the locale as clean and tidy as they found it.


Kambi ya Tembo

The camp consists of 14 tents each with private en suite bathroom facilities. From your bedroom window you have an amazing view of the snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro and the endless African savannah. Wake up to the sunrise and some of the largest elephants in East Africa!


Shumata Camp

Five comfortable safari tents all equipped with their own ensuite bathrooms with flushing toilet and open air shower with running water. Each tent has traditional beds and storage space. In addition, each tent has its own veranda with classical safari chairs, and at night sit by an open fire and share the tales of your adventures throughout the day. 


How to get there

From Arusha

You have 2 choices: take the Nairobi and drive in from Longido or you can via the Boma Ng’ombe road and drive up through Sanye Juu.


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From Moshi

The fast and direct route is to Boma Ngombe and though Sanye Juu, however, a great drive round the east of the mountain will take you also to Kamwanga and into Enduimet. Take the Himo road and then up the road to Mwika or raod to Marangu and then east, continue on this sublime paved raod up the east side of Mt. Kilimanjaro and come in through Tarakea and on to Kamwanga into the Kitenden.


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From Nairobi

Adventure seekers can take a small track to the east as soon as you are in Tanzania, wind your way through Namanga town then just head towards Kilimanjaro, you cannot go wrong. For those that are not ready for that, head towards Arusha and just past Longido is a dirt road that heads towards Tinga Tinga. It will take you about 40 minutes to get to Ngasurai gate



Fees are quoted person per day

Age groups Citizen (Tsh shillings) per night Non-citizen (US dollars) per night
Aged 18 yrs & above 3000 20
Aged 5-17 yrs 2000 10
Aged below 5 yrs   Free Free
Age groups Citizen (Tsh shillings) per night Non-citizen (US dollars) per night
Aged 18 yrs & above 2000 10
Aged 5-17 yrs 1000 5
Aged below 5 yrs   Free Free
Tare weight category Local Registration (TZ shillings) Foreign registration (US dollars)
Tare weight 2,000kg 10,000 10
Tare weight 2,001-3,000kg 15,000 20
Tare weight 3,001-7000kg 20,000 30
Tare weight 7,001-10,000kg 25,000 40