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Twiga was far better than we expected. Bed is super comfortable and windows have good mosquito nets - both super important after long day in safari.
Like most in this area it has wall surrounding it and gate is closed for anyone except guests and...More
I have stayed at Twiga Home twice. It is basic but do you really need somewhere with all the mod cons when there is so much to do and see in Tanzania? The staff are very friendly. The food does take a while to cook...More
Twiga home is a really nice Hostel, one of the few places where you hear no noise at night. It was quite a relief after a few days in a hostel in Arusha near the mainroad, so I slept like a baby. From Twiga to...More
Home here means home. It feels like a little family, the staff is really really friendly and helpful, the food is tasty and cooked fresh (that's why it takes a bit longer, but good things take time) the rooms are small and equipped...More
The place is basic, clean and people are friendly. Food isn't bad either. It is located about 20 min walk to Moshi town.
However, I almost didn't sleep: the isolation of the room wasn't great at all and I could hear dogs barking, people walking,...More
USD 16 - USD 23 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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