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Ngorongoro Farm House

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.

Location: Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
Year Built: 2003
Rooms Available: 50
Maximum Occupancy: 3
Age Restriction: Kids Welcome

Services & Amenities
Swimming Pool, Transfers can be arranged to / from Arusha, Cell phone reception, Limited Land Lines, Welcome drinks on arrival, Please advise if you have any dietary requirements, The water is safe to drink, while bottled water is placed in your room courtesy of Ngorongoro Farm House, Credit card, Internet

The following Africa safaris spend at least one night in the lodge shown above. Click any safari name for departure dates and complete itinerary.


Africa Safaris Starts In Total Days Company Quality* From**
Tantalizing Tanzania Arusha, Tanzania 9 African Tvl Deluxe Dates and Prices
Tanzania Wildlife Safari Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 14 African Tvl Deluxe Dates and Prices
** Price per person based on double occupancy, not including air, on select dates.
* Key to Quality Ratings

Africa safaris are classified according to the quality of amenities and accommodations.

Budget = Africa safaris typically range from $60 to $250 per person, per day, plus airfare.
First Class = Africa safaris typically range from $150 to $500 per person, per day, plus airfare.
Deluxe = Africa safaris typically range from $175 to $850 per person, per day, plus airfare.


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