Njari Campsite is located in Njari Village in the Kilimanjaro region. It is only 10 km from Moshi Town and borders Kilimanjaro National Park. It makes an ideal place for climbers to stay before beginning their trek up the mountain.
The Camp was built and is supported by a joint project between Equatorial Safaris and the Brampton Tanzania Trust Fund. The land was donated in 1991 by Mr Phil Fumeaux, the co-founder of William Howard School in Cambria UK, a sister school to Uru Secondary School in Tanzania. He wanted to create a place where local villagers could work and where tourists could learn more about the local community through eco-tourism projects. The Kilimanjaro Ecotourism Project offices are located within the campground.
Facilities: Njari Campsite is composed of six self-contained huts built in the traditional style of the Chagga tribe. Food and drinks are available for purchase from the restaurant and bar.