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All reviewshondo hondonational parkgreat placetented campdeck chairsdar es salaamlocal villagestaff were very friendlyafter a long dayrainy seasondining areapepper steakbaconopen aircolobus monkeysen suite tentmy girlfriend
We only spent a night here, as we climbed the Sanje waterfalls, but this 36 hour stay was beyod the imaginable. First of all, the huts are complete with every little thing you may need or want, and then there is the restaurant and bar...More
Hondo Hondo is one of these hidden gems.
I stayed there for a short week (camping with full pension) and although it was very quiet (low season and very hot), the service was very good. Breakfast, lunch and diner are good and tasteful.
I've been fortunate to travel a good deal, and the Hondo Hondo camp is one of the coolest spots I've ever spent the night. The en-suite tent was comfortable, and both my wife and I appreciated the open air shower. We were able to watch...More
We spent three nights here in early January. Sharon met us on arrival and gave us all the info we needed to know, including to watch out for Bella the free range donkey!
Hondo Hondo is such a relaxing place to spend time, and we...More
Don't be put off by the idea of a traditional thatched hut (banda)! Our family of four was looking for reasonably priced lodging with comfortable amenities for our 2-day visit to Udzungwa National Park, and we enjoyed all aspects of this lodge.
The huts/bandas were...More
Response from Islastyle6 | Reviewed this property |
For a day trip up to the waterfall 10-30,000 would be a good tip. Last time I was there my young guide was excellent so I gave him 30k. If you do a longer hike it could be 20-40,000 or more. $1 is ~2,200 Tanzanian shillings.
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"We loved the thatched huts. Two of the ensuite tents were near the path to the dining - best avoided if you..."