Manyara National Park

Why Manyara National Park

Firstly, Lake Manyara National Park is a Size: of 330 sq km (127 sq miles), up to 200 sq km (77 sq miles). Secondly, it’s a lake when water levels are high. Thirdly, the entrance gate lies 1.5 hours (126km/80 miles) west of Arusha along a newly surfaced road. Lastly, close to the ethnically diverse market town of Mto wa Mbu. In conclusion, Lake Manyara National Park is a famous place for bird-watching in Tanzania.

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In fact, Manyara National Park contains many habitats. For example, groundwater forests, a swampy fan delta, acacia woodlands, and a small grassy plain. For this reason, varied habitat attracts many wildlife animals, including one of Africa’s biggest elephants. Even more, algae growing in the lake attracts large flamingos. Therefore, this African National Wildlife Park supports a great variety of animals. As a matter of fact, the main safari attraction in Lake Manyara is birdlife and tree-climbing lions. Besides, hippos, and other animals, which are observe at very close

What’s to see Manyara National Park!

Above all, Manyara National Park has most visible predators and prime tourist attraction are lions, famous for their habit of climbing trees.
Why the lions of Lake Manyara National Park? And not those of nearby Serengeti and Ngorongoro spend so much time in trees remains a mystery. The acacia woodlands south of the Msasa River provide an ideal spot for the Lions to retreat from the sun.

However, the only kind of their species in the world, not only they make the ancient mahogany and elegant acacias their home during the rainy season and are a well-known but also rare feature of the northern park. In addition, the lions, the national park, is also home to the largest concentration of baboons anywhere in the world — a fact that accounts for interesting game viewing of large families of primates.

Once you are in Manyara National Park, you can see many animals for instance, the impala, giraffe, zebra, and elephants are also common in this area. Meanwhile, a diverse collection of water birds, pelicans, storks, cormorants, geese,e and ducks congregate in abundance around Lake Manyara. The first thing to remember about Lake Manyara National Park shoreline is the colour of thousands of pink flamingos. The enormous amount of groundwater pouring through the escarpment rock in this area has created the ideal habitat for fresh produce. Nevertheless, local farmers grow everything ranging from bananas to maize in Mto wa mbu. In brief, Mto wa mbu means” mosquito creek/ river,” which is very malaria, so make sure you put on many insect repellents.

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Additionally, past the Bagayo River, an area most notable for its majestic baobab trees, lays Maji Moto Ngogo, a fresh but hot water spring (40°C). Following the second set of hot water springs near the end of the park, Maji Moto bubbling around (60°C), is available – an excellent place to boil your eggs for lunch!

In additional, explore Manyara National Park in 1 day!


Canoeing when the water levels are sufficiently high. Night game drives, game drive

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9 days Safari Package with Cultural Hike

Tree climbing Lion- lake manyara 6 days drive safari