Reviewed December 2, 2015 – Yes the roads are dreadful and it rained a lot, but the relaxed nature of the place, plus the forest walks, birdlife and good food made for a very enjoyable stay. Thanks to Gail and Carl for making our stay so enjoyable and I look forward to returning to see how they upgrade all of the facilities (without taking away the relaxed nature of the place) – A great place to stay for all nature-loving folks interested in the Usambara Mountains. Stayed
November 2015, traveled with friends
Reviewed January 12, 2016 – Carl & Gail were extremely nice and kind to us. The camp is just on top this high hill just on top of a beautiful river in this special rain forest. Many hikes around. The camp is very well managed with a welcoming environment. We camped there with our own tant (7$ a day per person) and we had a really good time. very recomended. Stayed December 2015, traveled as a couple
Reviewed January 31, 2016 – Once the bumpy entrance road had been negotiated, the rest was great. The forest location is peaceful and full of bird life. There are interesting walks around the grounds. Our hosts, Gail and Carl were extremely attentive and the food was wonderful! My wife has a number of dietary problems and they handled these with care and attentiveness. As a base for exploring the East Usambaras it is brilliant. Our room (Turaco) was comfortable, roomy and well-sited. Nothing whatsoever to complain about and plenty to applaud. WiFi is available in the bar/restaurant area. The room are too far to have individual WiFi. Stayed January 2016, traveled with friends