- Guided coffee plantation walks and tours
- Walking the beautiful gardens of Ngorongoro Farm House
- Walking safaris in the surrounding Ngorongoro forest
- Visit the nearby Oldeani volcano
- Ngorongoro Conservation Area is just 20 minutes away
- Photography and safari activities are available
- Lodge type; Boutique Farm Lodge
- Location; Ngorongoro Conservation Area
- Lodge size; 52 rooms
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
Ngorongoro Farm House: A Fantastic Base For Exploring All Surrounding Attractions
Ngorongoro Farm House is a fantastic base from which to explore all the surrounding attractions whilst offering good value for money to boot.
The lodge is set on a working coffee plantation (hence the name) and is ideally situated halfway between the attractions of Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara whilst offering activities locally that include mountain biking, hiking and cultural visits.
We describe this lodge more as a rural / farming destination from which one visits the surroundings and local attractions from a central base.
An excellent destination for couples, families and small groups of friends travelling together.
Onsite activities are varied, from guided walks around the farm, where you learn about traditional farming methods and medicinal plants used by the Maasai people, to more adventurous forays into the area.
Guided Maasai walks will give you an insight into the culture of this beautiful tribe, and there is even an on-site massage centre to soothe weary feet.
The famous Ngorongoro Conservation Area is only 20 minutes away, and you can take excursions here to spot the Big Five, whilst keen photographers will be rewarded with some stunning shots of the wildlife.
Whatever your reasons for visiting, Ngorongoro Farm House has something to offer everyone!
Rooms and Suites
Offering 52 huge cottage rooms and suites decorated in local materials and styled in a modern rustic way with wood-beamed ceilings and concrete floors.
Four-poster beds (with mosquito nets), comfy couches and a reading table, a central fireplace, and a veranda overlooking the farm and gardens. En-suite functional bathrooms lead off the bedrooms and offer guests flushing toilets, showers and basins.
- 49 standard rooms (a few of the standard rooms have interconnecting doors, perfect for families)
- Three suites
Cuisine and Wine
The chefs at Ngorongoro Farm House have a wealth of fresh produce available to them, most of which is grown on the farm itself. All meal times are flexible and are, in general, based on what activities you will to doing that particular day.
Dining options include an indoor dining room, outdoor or even a private romantic option on your own verandah.
Breakfasts and lunches are, in general, relaxed affairs with plenty on offer for all palettes; lunch is either at the lodge or is packed for you if you are out exploring the area. Dinner is a more formal 4-course affair with a set menu.
The wine list is rather extensive, with a selection mainly from South Africa.
The large central main guest area is a spacious farmhouse-styled building with whitewashed walls and a thatched roof. This area mainly consists of a reception, a large comfy lounge with a brick fireplace and an indoor dining area with a bar.
Ngorongoro Farm House is a great place to stay and offers an unforgettable experience. The central guest area is surrounded by well-maintained gardens and manicured lawns, creating a tranquil atmosphere for visitors to relax and unwind.
There is also a swimming pool available for guests, which is perfect for cooling off from the hot summer afternoons.
Guests can enjoy good cell phone reception, as well as limited landlines, should they need them. A welcome drink is available on arrival, and a souvenir shop is also located onsite for those who wish to take home a memento of their stay.
Overall, Ngorongoro Farm House and coffee plantation is an excellent destination for an unforgettable adventure. With its exceptional facilities and amenities, it's no wonder why so many people choose to stay here.
- Guided Walks; A guided walk in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
- Visit Ngorongoro Crater; With a picnic lunch, depart for a morning game drive to the Ngorongoro Crater.
- Masai walk; A walk guided by a local Wairak tribesman who will introduce you to the culture, customs and uses of plants.
- Walk around the farm; A interesting guided walk around the farm visiting vegetable gardens, farm animals - great for families.
- Local tribes tour; A day tour to Lake Eyasi where the Hadzabe (hunters and collectors) and the Datoga (herdsmen) tribes live.
- Coffee plantation, walks and tours of a local and nearby coffee farm
Ngorongoro Farm House is most certainly family friendly with no age restriction on ages with a number of activities, including general games, lawn croquet and volleyball, to mention a few.
Child menu and babysitting options are of course available as is family orientated accommodation.
Spa and Wellness
Ngorongoro Farm House offers a range of spa and wellness facilities that are sure to provide an enjoyable and relaxing experience. Inside the farmhouse, guests will be able to relax in the massage room, where they can receive either a half or full-body massage by a professional masseuse.
The experienced masseuse is trained in relieving stress and tension through various massage techniques, ensuring a comforting and relaxing experience for guests.
Ngorongoro Farm House is an excellent destination for an unforgettable adventure. With its exceptional facilities and amenities, it's no wonder why so many people choose to stay here.
The main guest area is surrounded by well-maintained gardens and manicured lawns, creating a tranquil atmosphere for visitors to relax and unwind.
There is also a swimming pool with views out over the surrounding coffee plantations is available for guests, which is perfect for cooling off from the hot summer afternoons.
Overall, Ngorongoro Farm House offers a fantastic experience that you will never forget!
Rates on Request
Ngorongoro Farm House Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season