We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewshondo hondonational parkgreat placetented campdeck chairsdar es salaamlocal villagestaff were very friendlyrainy seasondining areapepper steakbaconopen aircolobus monkeysmy girlfriendoff the beaten trackhigh standard
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
We overnighted here after doing the Udzungwa trail & were hot & very tired.
A really good place to stay.
Food , service & rooms are all first rate.
Shower is outstanding.
Breakfast has to be seen to be believed!
Would go back in a...More
We only stayed one night after trekking to Sanje waterfall, but this superb place was just where we needed to relax and take in the beautiful landscape. Could not fault the accommodation.....a huge tent with very large bed, very light due to numerous windows in...More
The only word that sums up my visit to Hondo Hondo just beneath the Udzungwa mountains is enchanting. The setting, the staff and the variety of animals that saunter past you whilst having one's afternoon g+t made this truly one of my stand out experiences...More
Response from Jerusha W | 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.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"We loved the thatched huts. Two of the ensuite tents were near the path to the dining - best avoided if you..."