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Kilimanjaro Animal C.R.E.W.

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Colleen L wrote a review Mar 2021
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I was at the animal care center as a volunteer. The require a donation of 240€ per week from volunteers. So I decided to do one week and stayed for four days only. I noticed that they treat their tanzanian staff in a collonial style, which hurt me badly to see no "thank you" or any kind of appreciation. They care are all about the animals! I was sick from the first night on and only got food, when I asked for it multiple times... and then I got luxury meals which I couldn´t eat, because I was sick. It was not possible to food to cure the "travel-sickness", but tea. The animals are amazing and deffinitely need help.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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zuni P wrote a review Nov 2020
Lagunitas, California652 contributions157 helpful votes
We just came from visiting the rescue center It was such a wonderful experience- they care for so many animals If you have the time definitely go as it warms the heart ♥️ to see people care for injured animals Kudos to all !!! Thank you for this experience I give it more than 5 stars !!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Hdhduiesjh wrote a review Oct 2020
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Marangu water falls was my long time dream and now l make it, Africa Natural tours arranged everything Thank u Africa Natural Tours ltd
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AlanDog7879 wrote a review Mar 2020
London11 contributions6 helpful votes
We had a spare day in Arusha and wanted to visit a place who looked after and homed animals. I am so glad we managed to visit. Our guide was very informative and passionate about the centre. They really do do what is best for the animals. It’s sad but also reassuring that there are places like this to care for animals needing care. We paid the suggested donation to receive the guided tour (about 2 hours) but we were more than willing as it’s a great cause and we didn’t feel like it was an excessive amount. Good work to Elizabeth and her team 👍🏼
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Demi F wrote a review Feb 2020
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We visited Makoa Farm for a tour with Noah. He was very knowledgeable and it was clear just how much he cared for all of the animals! He was welcomining and friendly, greeting us with drinks on arrival. We were taken around the Farm and Noah explained to us why each of the animals had been been rescued and whether they were suitable for release. In addition to this, he provided us with interesting facts about all of the animals and the Farm itself. Some of the animal we saw during our visit were baby elephants, baby zebra, cheetah, monkeys, bush pig, owls and mongoose. The tour was very easy to organise, we contacted the Farm via Facebook and they responded very quickly. They also helpfully recommended a cheap taxi driver to take us to the Farm from Moshi. When booking, we were advised that they ask for a small minimum donation in return for organising a tour - this was a modest price to pay for our experience and we are pleased that our donation can assist with the running of the Farm. We would absolutely recommend a visit here - such an amazing charity with incredible animals.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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