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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park, is the third oldest in the fleet of Tanzania National Parks after Serengeti and Arusha. It is located at the base of the escarpment Gregory Rift Valley. It lies near Arusha enroute to Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park.  Manyara is known for its tree-climbing lions, large herds of elephants, and is an excellent bird watching hotspot with over 400 spectacular and rare bird species.Highlights include a thousand of pink-hued flamingo on their perpetual migration, as well as, other large water birds such as pelicans, cormorants and storks.


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  • Park fees
  • English speaking driver guide
  • Lunch box
  • 1.5litre bottle of water
  • Pick up to the hotel and drop off to the hotel after the tour


  •  Roundtrip airport transfer
  •  International flights
  •  Additional accommodation
  •  Tips
  •  Services not mentioned in the program
  •  Travel insurance
  •  Items of a personal nature

Just after the gate, you can find a wonderful green forest (which feels like being in a rain forest!), the home of large groups of baboons. Other habitats include the grassy floodplain, rocky escarpment and acacia woodland, all of which can be covered in a half-day visit. With a little bit of luck, you will experience a beautiful view over the lake with an abundance of flamingos and hopefully spot lions close-bye.

Lake Manyara National Parks offers quite some activities which we can arrange for you for additional costs: night game drive, guided walks, and the Tree-Top walkway. It’s also possible to book a cultural tour in Mto Wa Mbu, where you will spend an hour or two wandering around this busy town. You’ll learn more about the life of the Masaai and the 100 or so other cultural groups living in this area (some in traditional huts). We visit plantations, local craftsmen, taste banana beer in an authentic bar and amble past the many market stalls with local produce. Lunch is served by a cheerful Tanzanian “mamma” who will delight you with tasty local dishes.


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