Located on a 1,500-acre private estate, The Manor at Ngorongoro is an elegant venue from which to explore the famed Ngorongoro Crater. Cape-Dutch style buildings and lush gardens will transport you back in time to an era of colonial splendor.

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Designed as an old-world farm house, The Manor at Ngorongoro comprises 20 whitewashed cottages surrounded by manicured gardens. Each abode features a private deck and courtyard, indoor and outdoor fireplaces and decors that meld antique colonial style with indigenous African handicraft. En-suite baths include a separate rain shower and tub, graciously appointed with a continuation of the colonial decor, plush bath linens, and a hair dryer. For larger parties a private three-bedroom family cottage is also available, consisting of an expanded living room, separate entrances, a private dining room and home theater room.

The Manor at Ngorongoro’s common areas are equally as welcoming as the private suites, utilizing period-style furnishing and finishes to perpetuate the elevated colonial charm. Meals at the Manor are sumptuous, fusing European standards and local flavors with red linen and white glove service and can be taken in the formal dining room, dining conservatory, or on the privacy of one’s own private suite deck. A swimming pool, art gallery, game room, piano lounge, and spa room with sauna and steam treatments rounds out the main building. Guided estate tours at the Manor at Ngorongoro reveal the gardens, wine cellar, on-site horse stables, and other hidden gems of the grounds.

Explore the adjacent Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with guides from The Manor at Ngorongoro leading the way. Horseback excursions are an intimate way to discover the cheetah, lion, wildebeest and other big game of the Ngorongoro Crater. Several cycling trails are within easy access for those with varying biking experience, even children. Request a picnic lunch before your game drive and enjoy the scenery of the crater as you dine. Additional tours to nearby Lake Manyara, local Maasai villages and markets or the spectacular Olduvai Gorge can also be arranged.

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