Ngorongoro Farm House


Open: Ngorongoro Farm House is open all year.

Location: Ngorongoro Farm House faces the Oldeani Volcano and is 5kms from Ngorongoro Lolduare gate. The property covers 500 acres and was formerly a coffee farm. The nearest airstrips are at Ngorongoro and Manyara. The lodge is 190kms from Arusha.

Rooms: There are 49 standard rooms and 3 suites. 6 rooms are interconnecting and 7 are triple rooms. All have private bathrooms with showers and verandas. Rooms are supplied with mosquito nets, bottled water and telephones. Cottages are scattered through the gardens and linked by a network of paths.

Activities: You can go trekking in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, take a walking safari in the forest, enjoy a nature walk with a Maasai guide, go to Lake Eyasi home to the Hadzabe tribe and visit Karatu town. Relax at the lodge, enjoy strolls in the gardens and a guided walk around the farm.

Facilities: The main building contains the lounge and restaurant where good home-cooked meals are served. Outside there is a large deck with views of the Oldeani Volcano. There are lovely gardens and an outdoor swimming pool, where buffet lunches are sometimes served. Massages can be arranged.

Dining: Meals are taken at individual tables.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is free high-speed internet access.

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Client Rating for Tanzania 5/5 from 217 reviews

Actually we never stayed there, we stayed in the Ngorongoro Lodge, which was great!

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