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We were on a safari with Thomson Safari who are the BEST!We loved Gibbs farm the food the staff EVERYTHING WAS SUPERB !WE shall never forget this glorious place
it was also our 41st Wedding Anniversary they sang put us outside next to a fireplace...More
Enjoyed our stay at Gibb's Farm. After a grueling safari drive, such a relaxing place to come back to. The peaceful setting with lovely views of the landscape, the spacious cottages, friendly staff & delicious food made our stay quite enjoyable. Only downside is that...More
A real working farm where you can roast your own coffee, bake your bread, pick the vegetables for the evening dinner, or simply relax and allow the amazing staff to look after you. Beautiful cabins with all the amenities including a fireplace opening into your...More
An unbelievable place to stay. We arrived late afternoon on our first day just in time to enjoy tea and freshly made pastries. We sat in comfy chairs overlooking the farm while a local choir sang to the guests. From there, everything was amazing, from...More
After13 days travel in Kenya and Tanzania and 9 safaris , you arrive at Gibbs Farm. We had three nights here and it couldn't have been a more perfect way to end our trip. I don't know where to begin, with the staff, with the...More
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US$606 - US$1,281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Good morning. I concur with Diane and highly recommend that you plan your itinerary via a reputable safari specialist who can advise you of the many options available including the best time to travel... More
Good morning. I concur with Diane and highly recommend that you plan your itinerary via a reputable safari specialist who can advise you of the many options available including the best time to travel depending on your game viewing requirements as well as your flights, visa requirements, vaccinations and more.
Good morning. Filtered water is always free and in unlimited supply as is tea and coffee. There is bottled water supplied in the cottages which gets refreshed by housekeeping daily as we do not recommend to drink the tap... More
Good morning. Filtered water is always free and in unlimited supply as is tea and coffee. There is bottled water supplied in the cottages which gets refreshed by housekeeping daily as we do not recommend to drink the tap water.
There is a charge for bottled water in the restaurant.
There is also an option to pay a $40 supplement per person per day - this includes your choice of all standard local bottled water, all housewines ( 8 choices), choice of local beer, standard spirits and soft drinks.
It does not include premium imported water such as Pellegrino, premium spirits, cocktails and wines other than house wine.
I hope this assists. Please let me know if I can assist with anything else at all or if you have any questions.
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We did a self drive, we hired a 4x4 in Arusha from Safari Drive. The roads were variable, tarmac, hard dirt and loose gravel. Lots of corrugations on the roads in the Serengeti but elsewhere not too bad. Easy to find your... More
We did a self drive, we hired a 4x4 in Arusha from Safari Drive. The roads were variable, tarmac, hard dirt and loose gravel. Lots of corrugations on the roads in the Serengeti but elsewhere not too bad. Easy to find your way around and gear safe in the vehicle in most places we felt. The road in to Gibbs Farm was a great drive through various little villages and small allotments, took a while on a dirt road but PolePole gets you there.
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