Welcome

Mambo View Point is a genuine Eco Lodge situated in the Usambara mountains, just 2 hours drive from Lushoto, near the village of Mambo. The Lodge is a unique project and a new model for development, at the same time providing you with an authentic and unforgettable experience of the mountains and rural Tanzania.

Our goals:

  • encourage entrepreneurship by stimulation and healthy environment 
  • improve economics not provide aid
  • create a chain of employment
  • educate the travelers about the life conditions of local communities, their challenges and the idea of sustainable development and tourism 
  • eco-friendly approach by respect for nature  but also intensive  involvement with the well being of the local community
  • empower people by helping with a little push, some advice, tools or a loan

As development is not a one item issue but everything is interrelated, projects in many fields have been initiated in the past years:

Education – no development without knowledge 
Health care – no improvement without a good health 
Infrastructure – no good life quality without water, roads and communication infrastructure 
Entrepreneurship – development by a good use of available resources 

Recent Posts

LA TANZANIE DE STEPHANIE: Le blog d’une voyageuse solitaire en Afrique de l’Est

Pour nos lecteurs francophones, un témoignage sur MamboViewPoint et les Monts Usambara sur le blog LA TANZANIE DE STEPHANIE: “Atteindre le Mambo View Point demande un effort, aussi les voyageurs réservent toujours pour plusieurs nuits. La journée, entre les balades dans le village, la forêt de Shagayu et les falaises pour observer les faucons Taita … Continue reading LA TANZANIE DE STEPHANIE: Le blog d’une voyageuse solitaire en Afrique de l’Est

Born Wild: The Extraordinary Story of One Man’s Passion for Lions and for Africa

Have you ever read a book from cover to cover in just one day? Trust me – Born Wild – will be one of them! Before heading to Mkomazi National Park after your stay at MamboViewPoint, read about one of the most inspiring people in the Wildlife Conservation world. Tony Fitzjohn, part missionary, part madman, … Continue reading Born Wild: The Extraordinary Story of One Man’s Passion for Lions and for Africa

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