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Gibb's Farm

 
Surrounded by tropical flowers and lush forest, Gibb’s Farm is a brick and stone house set among its own 10-acre vegetable garden and overlooking a coffee plantation. The forest of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area starts immediately behind the lodge and terraced gardens provide panoramic views towards the Great Rift Escarpment.
Aerial exterior view of thatched cottage set among lush tropical forest

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Bedroom with canopy bed and oriental rug of Bustani House at Gibb's Farm

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Bustani House bathroom with built in tub and view to patio and outdoor shower

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Two women drinking wine on a balcony with stone fireplace

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Chic and Secluded Cottages

Comfortable accommodation is provided in 20 attractive cottages, all with viewing decks or balconies looking out over the plantation. Two pairs of rooms are located around small lounge areas, making them ideal for families or small groups. There are two main lounges in which guests can relax over a drink, while the atmosphere is friendly and informal and candlelit dinners create a relaxed mood in the dining room.
Two local African women harvesting vegetables in garden at Gibb's Farm

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Man roasting coffee beans in a small batch at Gibb's Farm

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Man and woman walking through gardens with staff guide

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Organic, self-sustaining farm experience

Each delicious meal is prepared with fresh ingredients from the working farm, and you can take some time during your stay to witness or even get involved in some of the daily activities. Vegetable harvesting, cheesemaking, cow milking, bread making and coffee roasting all take place in and around the grounds, where you can also stroll along the forest trail, feed the bushbabies in the evening, or enjoy some bird-watching. Gibb’s Farm is a unique environment in which you can’t help but feel at home.
Safari guests photographing zebras from game drive vehicle in Ngorongoro Crater

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Guest walking through Ngorongoro Conservation Area forest with Maasai guide

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Local Hadzabe tribe practising their traditional way of life

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Safari guests enjoying picnic next to game drive vehicle in Tanzania

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Activities around Ngorongoro

Take exciting game drives in the Ngorongoro Crater, then while away the hours admiring the seemingly unending views of rolling hills and farmland. If you are seeking some adventure, you won’t be disappointed: take a guided walk through virgin forests to the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater encountering unique wildlife and bird life along the way, hike to elephant caves — dug by the mighty mammals themselves in search of vitamin rich soil or walk to a neighbouring village to discover the authentic culture. Spend time with a local family and make pots, pound grain, even taste the local brew. If you want to stay on the farm however, why not join the chefs as they bake fresh bread in the mornings and harvest the very vegetables you will dine on throughout the day.
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