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Kilimanjaro Guest House is a sweet little place if you are on a budget. It is run by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS).
The house has 3 bedrooms, 1st bedroom with one double bed and one single bed, 2nd bedroom with two single beds, 3rd bedroom with a single bed.
* Bathroom: One bathroom with bath, shower and WC
* Sitting room: The sitting area is fully furnished with doors leading to a veranda.
* Kitchen: Includes; gas stove, fridge, kitchen utensils, cutlery, crockery, and glasses.
* Provided: Caretaker, electricity by generator from( 6.30pm-10pm), blankets, pillows, bed linen, towels, soap and toilet tissue.
Spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru and large elephant herds often viewed in an unusual swamp habitat.
How to get there:
* by road via Namanga; From Nairobi the most popular entry gate is Meshanani Main Gate via Namanga at the border with Tanzania. Nairobi- Namanga 165 km. Namanga- Meshanani gate 65 km. Meshanani Gate Park HQ and Warden’s guesthouse 40 km.
* By road via Emali: an alternative route is via Emali on the main Nairobi- Mombasa road. At Emali turn onto the murram Emali-Oloitokitok road. After Makutano, follow signs to the right to Amboseli, entering at Iremito Gate. Alternatively, continue on the Loitokitok road to Kimana shopping center and follow the signs for the park entering at Kimana gate. The Park HQ and Warden’s Guesthouse are 2 km from Kimana Gate.
* By road from Tsavo West National Park: There is a road linking Tsavo West National Park with Amboseli National Park, entering Amboseli at Kimana Gate.
By air: The Park has its own airstrip.
* Roads: 4WD is recommended, especially during the rainy season.