Set amongst rolling, auburn hills, the Plantation Lodge is like a green oasis floating in the vastness and tranquillity of eastern Africa near the Ngorogoro Crater.
The individually designed rooms and suites radiate an ambience of peace and quiet and integrate harmoniously into the flowering gardens. The Plantation Lodge, run by the owners, certainly has flair.
A caring hand is present in every one of the many small details that set the lodge apart. The furniture was handpicked and the immensely
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friendly service leaves nothing to be desired.
The superb location allows for excellent safaris. The entrance to the famous Ngorogoro Crater is just a stone’s throw away and the national parks Tarangire and Lake Manyara are just around the corner. The Serengeti on your doorstep!
The Plantation Lodge sits amidst a lush garden featuring thousands of flowers, scrubs and trees. Despite being overwhelmingly beautiful, the garden is the perfect place to breathe freely again, casting off the stress and tension of everyday life.
One of the best in Tanzania, the Plantation’s cuisine has earned a reputation for the amazing freshness and variety of the ingredients. The chefs run a vegetable patch and all veggies, salad, herbs and fruits are from the lodge’s gardens.
The cuisine’s specialities are healthy, tasty and untreated without exception. You may indulge in the culinary delights to you heart’s content. A select wine from the Plantation’s wine cellar complements the exquisite dinners.
The delicious lunch is served open-air. However, the helpful service team is also delighted to serve you coffee and cake at the picturesque tables set in the gardens in the afternoon.
Would you care for a drink before dinner? Having spent an eventful day in the bush, the bar is a popular place to meet over one or two drinks. A cocktail mixed to perfection or a glass of select South African wine easily stimulate conversation.
Meet the other guests, share stories from Africa or simply relax, chatting and sipping your drink. Thankfully, time runs at a different pace in the African wilderness.
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