Find a hostel in Tanzania and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Tanzania offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a hostel in Tanzania is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Tanzania vacation today!
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Youth Hostels Arusha, Tanzania - Ujamaa Hostel is a volunteer based hostel located in Arusha Tanzania. We provide fun, safe, budget accommodation where you can meet like minded people, check out the local culture and spend time volunteering in the local community
Youth Hostels Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Discover true African culture at Eazy's Place
Youth Hostels Moshi, Tanzania - Amans Boutique & Breakfast is a modern house built to international standards.
Youth Hostels Karatu, Tanzania - Closer to Ngorongoro and Serengeti National Parks you won’t get it! We are located just out of Karatu,
Youth Hostels Kiwengwa, Tanzania - Kiwengwa Apartments Village offers kitchen facilities upon request.
Youth Hostels Mwanza, Tanzania - Monarch Hotel and Pavilion is perfect for volunteering in with local charities or meeting with corporate clients.
Youth Hostels Moshi, Tanzania - Jacaranda B&B is a cozy and welcoming place for those wanting to a stay in a home-like environment on the travels!!
Youth Hostels Moshi, Tanzania - We have a cosy, safe house a little bit out of town, with free breakfast, laundry, hot showers and more!
Youth Hostels Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - The beautifully restored establishment elegantly incorporates contemporary interiors structured into the
Youth Hostels Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - At the New Bondeni Hotel we offer clean rooms at reasonable price: we are ideally located to suit people travelling for business, holiday, backpackers and tourist visiting the country...
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