Flower Garden

Colourful Flower Gardens

Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature

This is the most beautiful time of the year, when the majority of our gardens are in full bloom.  Take a stroll around the lush green flower gardens and you will see there are numerous different types of indigenous and exotic flowers and trees to admire. This vast diversity of flowers helps to attract a colourful variety of birds and butterflies.

Come and experience the colours for yourself, and don’t forget your binoculars if you want to do some bird or butterfly watching, or simply allow yourself to get lost in the peace and tranquillity of Simba Farm Lodge gardens.

cratering for large groups

Catering for Big Groups

Over the last few weeks we have hosted many guests who have cycled around Mt Kilimanjaro, most of them using Simba Farm Lodge as a finish point for their safari.  Here at Simba Farm Lodge we are able to cater for all events, such as weddings, high teas, group retreats and all sorts of other functions, large and small, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with your requirements!



For more information about functions hosted at Simba Farm Lodge
Contact us: info@simbafarmlodge.co.tz or call +255(0)784687335

tarmac road

Tarmac – New Road

Good news!!!!

The new tarmac road is nearly done! We have been informed that the tarmac road will be completed up to the farm by the end of 2018. This will help our guests and visitors to reach us more easily (and comfortably) and help to cut down on travel time.  It will undoubtedly help with access during the rains too!!

Come and see the new road for yourself!

planting seasons

Planting for the Long Rains

We have started planting for the long rains again.\nStill waiting for the rains really to get started though.\nEvery year for the long rains we plant around 3000 acres of Beans, Wheat and Barley.\n\nEveryone gets together and helps to get the crops planted.

TRADE MISSION for potatoes

TRADE MISSION for potatoes

Simba Farm is excited to host the TRADE MISSION for potatoes on the farm on the 16th June 2016.

Showing them around the farm and hosting the mission for a lovely home made farm meal, before they head of to the next farm visit.

“TRADE MISSION | Minister Van Dam is visiting Arusha on 15 and 16 June! He will sign an agreement between Tanzania and the Netherlands on the conditions of importing seed potatoes. The visit marks the start of a 5 day potato trade mission to the Southern Highland (Mbeya, Njombe, Iringa) where Dutch companies will explore concrete business opportunities. We keep you updated!”

link: https://www.facebook.com/DutchEmbassyTanzania/

History Time

The other day Ed Richter who was a farm manager at Simba Farm in 1965 contacted us.

He was so kind to send us pictures from the houses and workshop area. Not much has changed over the last few years.