Here in the village of Rau, just outside of Moshi, Tanzania, you'll be welcomed home at Mama Simba's.
Guests will be treated to Chagga hospitality in one of the 7 rooms, each with private bathroom. Rooms open onto a spacious open air common area.
Mama Simba will happily arrange private guided excursions for Mt. Kilimanjaro, safaris, National Parks, cultural tourism (e.g. Maasai and Chagga homelands), hot springs, volunteer experiences and more.
Chui Room is one of seven rooms available at Mama Simba Homebase, with a private bathroom, mosquito net on the bed and screens on all the windows. The room contains one double bed and two seperate beds can be added if desired.
Chui is the Swahili word for Leopard, and Mama Simba (Esther) is available to help teach you more Swahili words during your stay.
In addition to the private bedroom and bathroom guests can have access to the common dining area, the garden and the kitchen.
Internet is good for emails, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), chatting, browsing etc.
Video streaming may require different arrangements
We have a back up Solar power in case hydro electric goes off.
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Mama Simba can provide tours and local information.
Airport and other transportation available on request.
Pubs and shopping all within walking distance of the quaint Tanzanian village of Rau.
Laundry, tailoring and chef services.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at a reasonable price.
Swahili lessons, hands-on art, dance, community service, and cross-cultural experiences available.
The property can also host family reunions or retreats. Please contact Mama Simba for additional requirements.
Mama Simba is a skillful and talented language trainer of both Swahili and English and competent cross-cultural facilitator. She is not only a program director for Experience Tanzania and a community leader, but also a "dear mother" - loving, caring, charismatic, approachable, supportive and open to accommodate new ideas.
Her life philosophies have been fighting against personal and community poverty, supporting others, and educational development. For her, it is always a great privilege and honor to work with the local and global communities, to be trusted and to be given the opportunity to serve the world at large.