Gibb's Farm, originally built by German settlers in 1929, is one of Northern Tanzania’s oldest guesthouses. Its location half way between Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater make this a great base for exploring both of these areas. It’s a lovely relaxing spot - surrounded by carefully tended tropical gardens and views of the coffee plantations beyond.
Our view of Gibb's Farm
Gibb's Farm is a peaceful and friendly retreat halfway between Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. It has retained its charm and many original features, whilst renovating it rooms to very high-quality standards in the last few years. Gibb's Farm has strong ties with the local community – and it prides itself on the quality of the food that it produces and serves. It's a particularly good spot for the energetic, with a wide choice of activities to choose from – or for those who would just prefer to relax and take in the tranquil surroundings of the farm.
Rooms at Gibb's Farm
Gibb's Farm: Traveller ratings
Gibbs Farm is located on a lush hillside with views over the coffee plantations.