Treat yourself to a bit of luxury when you decide to explore the magnificence of the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania as part of a fabulous safari in the Great Rift Vally – the Manor at Ngorongoro stands proudly in the Shangri La Coffee Estate in magnificent gardens where immense views fill your vision.
Travel to Tanzania with Voyage2Africa and spend fantastic days based at the luxurious Manor at Ngorongoro that reflects traditional Cape Dutch style architecture on the border of the Ngorongoro Crater conservation area. Guests sleep in a choice of 18 deluxe suites with the choice also of a family cottage and the central main house – the theme being a wonderful mix of stately European elegance and colourful East African chic.
Many guests who choose the Manor at Ngorongoro rate it as the most beautiful property they have ever visited. The gardens seem to harbour every kind of flower, plant and bird imaginable and are immaculately mowed and cultivated. Friendly staff go out of their way t pull out all the stops for guests, even drawing hot bubble baths upon your return from mind-blowing excursions into the Crater. It’s a wonderful reset, after bumpy hours of game driving!
Were it not for the bushveld vegetation beyond the gardens, visitors to the Manor would be excused for not knowing they were in Africa! For sitting in the middle of a coffee plantation in the Tanzanian highlands, the Manor looks every bit like a stately home in the European Alps. Gorgeous individual cottages with spacious porches under billowing clouds are unlike any you’ve ever seen and offer every convenience including hot water bottles.
Voyage2Africa believes that if you’re visiting the famed Ngorongoro Crater a few miles away, the Manor makes for a very comfortable retreat after a day of game-watching and constant driving. Enjoy the old-world dining room that serves up excellent cuisine, specially created from fresh produce grown on site. Take a tour of the garden and sample some of the strawberries and lettuce that are the chef’s pride and joy.
If it’s the tranquillity that you seek, this luxurious green hilltop in Africa is perfect. In fact, the serenity is so seductive, you can spend hours simply watching the hummingbirds and sunbirds flit among the flowers outside your door.
Book your tour to Tanzania with Voyage2Africa and choose the Manor at Ngorongoro, where each suite features a wood-burning fireplace, living room, expansive beds and large, lavish bathrooms. Private decks of your home away from home gaze out towards the verdant coffee plantation.
See the best of both worlds in Tanzania when on a safari into the Ngorongoro Crater conservation region and stay in a luxury abode that harks back to European elegance and tasteful amenities. Staying in Africa can be a real treat if you just book the luxury accommodation that suits the roughing it on game drives and bush walks. This Manor at Ngorongoro is one of Voyage2Africa’s best-selling hotels on the boundary of the most magnificent sight in the country – the World Heritage Site that is the largest intact caldera in the world.
There is plenty of lavish accommodation for everyone in the 18 cottage suites, each featuring private decks, en-suite showers, free Wi-Fi and tea and coffee-making facilities. Feel as if you stepped back in time in this Cape Dutch architectural design and the Victorian décor also reminds visitors of safaris to Africa in the roaring 30s. Families can book Stable Cottage to be private in plenty of chic space where a large lounge, TV, dining area and deck make the most of the coffee plantation vistas.
Enjoy your stay both on the property horse riding and mountain biking and sipping good coffees and off the property at the neighbouring Ngorongoro Crater a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting enormous geological and biodiverse wonders.
Guests will also take day excursions out to see the pink flamingos covering the splendid Lake Manyara in a beautiful National Park famed for its diverse landscapes in a smaller area than other huge Tanzanian game reserves. Chat to Voyage2Africa about your trip to the Crater and the Lake and we can throw in a bit of Kenya and a bit of the Serengeti too.
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