At the inn, all rooms come with a desk, a TV and a private bathroom. Guests at Emerald House can enjoy a continental breakfast. The area is popular for cycling, and bike hire and car hire are available at Emerald House.
Tanzania National Stadium is 15.5 miles from the inn, while Water World is 0.9 miles away.
As a result, between 20, the number of new infections declined by more than 20% and the number of people dying from an AIDS-related illness halved.3 Tanzania’s HIV epidemic is generalised, with pockets of concentrated epidemics among key populations such as people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men, mobile populations and sex workers.
Heterosexual sex accounts for the vast majority (80%) of all HIV infections in Tanzania and women are particularly affected.4 The severity of the epidemic varies across the country.
Some regions report an HIV prevalence of around 1.5% (Manyara) while other regions have prevalence as high as 14.8% (Njombe).5 Overall, the epidemic has remained steady because of on-going new infections, population growth and increased access to treatment.