Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp

the Tented Camp , also called Hondo Hondo – “hornbill” in Swahili- sits in lush green grounds, on the border of the pristine rainforest, offering excellent views of the forest canopy.

 

Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp

the Tented Camp , also called Hondo Hondo – “hornbill” in Swahili- sits in lush green grounds, offering amazing flora and fauna.

 

Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp

the Tented Camp , also called Hondo Hondo – “hornbill” in Swahili- sits in lush green grounds, on the border of the pristine rainforest, also close enough to the local people.

 

Udzungwa Forest Camp – Hondo Hondo


Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp borders the Udzungwa Mountains National Park, in the Kilombero valley in southern Tanzania.

The lodge is known locally as Hondo Hondo meaning “hornbill” in Swahili, due to the amazing number of these remarkable birds which make the area their home.

Hondo Hondo’s lush green grounds are on the border of the pristine rainforest and offer excellent views of the forest canopy. The forest is home to a number of primate species, including the endemic Udzungwa Red Colobus, the remarkable Sanje Crested Mangebey, and the Black and White Colobus. A number of different hornbill species fly in over the forest edge and settle in trees along the borders of the rainforest in large numbers every evening at sunset, and the valley echoes with their distinctive calls.

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