Lake Manyara National Park. Although small in size, this park is one of the most diverse reserves in the Tanzania. Lake Manyara covers two thirds of the park. At the backdrop is the wall of the Great Rift Valley, before…explore
Lake Manyara National Park. This small park is a paradise for serious and amateur bird-lovers as this small park is home to over 400 species of birds, including flamingos, pelicans, storks and cormorants. Many mammals, such as bush bucks, water bucks, wildebeests, zebras, baboons, monkeys, lions and leopards can be seen roaming the forest and the acacia-dotted plains of the park. You will have an unhindered view of the surroundings as the safari vehicle’s roof can open up to allow you the best angle for photography. After an extensive game drive in the park you will leave the park in the afternoon. Tonight you will spend the night under the stars as you camp at a campsite in the small town of Mto wa Mbu.
Beside the abundant variety of bird-life ,the park is known for its tree climbing lion which spend hours on the branches of the acacia trees ,three the seven metre above the ground the park also has hot sulfur springs in its southern zone, popularly known as Majimoto,literally meaning “ HOT WATER ”.