Kimango Farms Rural Investment - Kimango Farms
Mbuyuni Farm Retreat

Rural Lifestyle and Investment

In 20 years Kimango Farms have evolved from depleted bushland to a profitable organic farm, exporting high quality herbal teas and spices to the health food markets in Europe and the US. Along the way, we’ve had the opportunity to integrate conservation practices that have led to a generous regrowth of the natural vegetation which has become home again to many of the area’s bird and other animal species.

Both farms have much more potential from an agricultural point of view (e.g. large scale rice production on Wami River farm) and also offer opportunities beyond farming. These include eco-tourism, rural homes and lifestyle, conservation and agroforestry, among others. If you are interested in

discussing any of these, or in general have an interest in rural investment in Tanzania , please contact us to discuss the possibilities.

Contact Kim Axmann on kim@kimango.com

Below please find photos of our three housing compounds: Marula, Acacia and Albizia Gardens. These are home to three families sharing our lifestyle on the farm. Tamarind Gardens, the new home of Mbuyuni Farm Retreat, was completed in August 2013.

Mbuyuni Farm from the air.

Mbuyuni Farm from the air.

A view of Marula.

A view of Marula.

The Acacia House.

The Acacia House.

A view of Albizia Gardens from the air.

A view of Albizia Gardens from the air.

Mbuyuni Farm is just outside the town of Morogoro.

Mbuyuni Farm is just outside the town of Morogoro.

Our pools create an oasis environment, a perfect place to relax.

Our pools create an oasis environment, a perfect place to relax.

View over Mbuyni Farm in early evening, looking toward the Uluguru Mountains.

View over Mbuyni Farm in early evening, looking toward the Uluguru Mountains.

Camping on Wami River Farm.

Camping on Wami River Farm.