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Ngorongoro Farm House

Only 4 kms form the Ngorongoro conservation area Lolduare gate.

NUMBER OF ROOMS & DESCRIPTION:
There are three separate intimate camps of 9 comfortable bungalows. Attractively built on the style of an old colonial farm and rustically decorated with local materials, full of details of good taste, with the purpose of offering our guests an imaginary journey to days of the past.
Each bungalow consists of 80sq. meters, which includes a private veranda facing the rift valley with an en suite bathroom, flush toilet and shower.

RESTAURANTS & BAR:
The huge main building covered with an elegant thatched roof, contain the reception, bar, dining area, library and lounge with fireplace where guests can enjoy a rest during the cool evenings in the highlands.

OTHER FACILITIES & SERVICES:
There is a swimming polls with super views of Ordain volcano, a craft shop and conference room.

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Close to Olduvai Gorge, “the cradle of mankind”, the stunning Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge has been built around the theme of prehistoric life. Constructed into the crater rim in stone, the walls and terraces are skilfully set to match the existing contours of the site.

NUMBER OF ROOMS & DESCRIPTION:
The Lodge has 75 en suite rooms, all overlooking the Ngorongoro Crater. Strung around the crater rim, each with its own rock-enclosed balcony,
the rooms feature brass lamps, embossed leather headboards, wildwood
mirrors, Maasai carvings and flamboyant prehistoric wall motifs depicting
fleeing giraffes, stylised gazelle and plunging buffalo. Each room draws
on a cave-grey, indigo-blue and jasper-red colour-scheme, is fully
air-conditioned and enjoys uninterrupted views over the Crater’s unmatched
splendour.

RESTAURANTS & BAR:
The Maasai-inspired, split-level dining and bar area features a two-tier wall of windows looking down on to the constantly changing vistas of the crater below, a traditional circular fireside meeting area, and a recurrent motif of massive ‘prehistoric’ cave paintings, stone-studded walls, Maasai spears and blazing jewel-hued wall lamps. The atmosphere is relaxed and candle-lit whilst the menu choices include traditional Maasai fare, long-time safari favourites and internationally themed menus alike.

OTHER FACILITIES & SERVICES:
An imaginative range of Crater breakfasts, barbecue lunches, atmospheric sundowners and vibrant cultural entertainments. Action-packed forays into the wildlife-teeming world of the crater. A vibrant selection of traditional music, culture and dance. The ‘Serena Active’ selection of high-action adventure activities. Beauty treatments, massage and hairdressing. Extensively stocked Africana Gift shop and Safari boutique. Internet connectivity and a wide range of board games plus a full library of books on Africa. Currency exchange services.