Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Moi Avenue, CBD
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya
A small and exclusive lodge facing the Oldeani Volcano, only 5 kilometers from the Ngorongoro Lolduare gate, was built to offer our clients an original experience reminiscent of the atmosphere of the old days.
Ngorongoro Farm House was inaugurated on February 20th 2003, and is offering 52 room cottages, 49 standard rooms and 3 suite rooms, all with ample space inside, built on the style of an old colonial farm and rustically decorated with local materials and full of details of good taste, with the purpose of offering our clients an imaginary journey to the life of the days gone.
Ngorongoro Farm House is a perfect stopover within any safari in the Northern Circuit of Tanzania and a privileged place to visit the Crater or enjoy a bunch of activities: Like a walking safari to the adjacent forest leading to the Oldeani Volcano or an excursion to the nearby Lake Eyasi in the Rift Valley, still inhabited by a tribe of hunter-gatherers, the Hadzabe, a relic of ancient times who still follow a style of life similar to the humans who inhabited the Earth before the discovery of agriculture.
NUMBER OF ROOMS: Ngorongoro Farm House consist of 40 bungalow rooms.
Room amenities: Each bungalow consists of 80 sq meters which includes a private veranda facing the Rift Valley with an en suite bathroom, flush toilet and shower. Some of the bungalows are interconnected rooms special for family including small children.
The farm House has two dining areas. Enjoy fresh roasted coffee from the on site 15 acre coffee plantation. The farm also has home grown pigs, free range chickens, ducks, rabbit, lamb and milk cows. These fresh foods are combined with the fish imported from the coast enabling the house to serve abundant, fresh, organic cuisine.
CONFERENCE FACILITIES: conference room available with all facilities.
facilities include a swimming pool, Walking and overnight trekking foot safaris in the area of Lake Eyasi and have plans to offer horseback riding can be organized. The huge main building covered with an elegant thatched roof , contain the reception, bar dining area, library and a lounge with a fireplace where guests can enjoy a rest during the everning inthe highlands. They also have a craft shop
In 2002, Joash Were who has been instrumental in start up of many companies within Kenya and Beyond thought of it wisely that it was time to start up something tourism related. He had worked at great places. Bearing in mind that all the progressive people talk “WE” and not I, he has brought together a great team who are professional in their own rights.