Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge
Details of Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge
About the rooms
- 15 rooms including 2 house suites and an Farm cottage
- Large Kingsize beds in Zanzibari style
- Each room has an ensuite bathroom with bath tub
- Towels provided
- Coffee/ Tea making facility
About the lodge
- All dishes made with organic food from own garden
- Only 30 min from Kilimanjaro Airport
- Swimming pool
- Boat ride possible
- Croquet game
- Nature walks around the property
- Yoga classes and horseback riding (extra costs occurs)
Short OverviewSet in lush gardens, Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge is a wonderful place to relax and simmer in the immense beauty of East Africa. The Lodge has been adapted from an early colonial farmhouse built in the early 20th century and it is one of the oldest family lodges in Arusha. Ngare Sero has been providing personal service for its residents since 1974. Here you can spend the days amid nature, watching the changing colors of the Kilimanjaro glaciers while sipping drinks on the verandah or hiking in the forest inhabited by colobus and Sykes monkeys as well as hundreds of small animal and bird species.
- Family friendly
- Outside national park
- Small Lodge
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