Lake Manyara National Park Day Tour

1-day safari to Lake Manyara will be a day full of adventures and a way to enjoy the stunning landscape of Tanzania’s wilderness after a challenging climb to Mount Kilimanjaro.

Lake Manyara is famous for its beautiful terrain, abundant birdlife and it is sometimes referred to as a birdwatcher’s paradise. It is, nevertheless, home to larger animals like as lions, elephants, hippos, and giraffes. Because of its proximity to Arusha, the national park is ideal for a day excursion with opportunities to see African animals up close!

Lake Manyara, a soda lake that occupies almost two-thirds of the national park, is another sight that may be visited after paying the requisite admission fees.

Along its coastlines, several bird species may be spotted, as well as hippos in its shallow waters. This lake is also a great place to take pictures.

 Great chance to experience the authentic feel of Africa. Lake Manyara is an unspoiled paradise of the flamingo-filled groundwater lake in northern Tanzania.

Lake Manyara, located at the foot of the Great Rift Valley’s western escarpment, is one of Tanzania’s most striking African wildlife habitats, consisting of a vast but shallow soda lake (encompassing two-thirds of the park).

This 1-day Lake Manyara tour starts and ends in Arusha
Book your own international flights. Fly to/from  Kilimanjaro (JRO) near Arusha/Moshi. Or fly to/from Arusha Airport (ARK) via Dar es Salaam or Nairobi (Kenya)

Transport from and back to the airport is included. Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour can be arranged at an extra cost on request

What to see on you’re a day trip in lake Manyara 

Tourists may witness a variety of animal and bird species when on safari at Lake Manyara. Elephant herds, as well as a large number of baboons, are prevalent and easy to spot as they wander about the national park. Monkeys and a variety of bird species may be spotted in the national park’s woodlands, which also make up the terrain.

The park is also known for its tree climbing lions, who may be seen hanging from tree branches and are reported to do so to escape insects like tsetse flies.

The tree climbing lions are a unique attraction that can only be seen in a few other places, such as Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda’s south west.

Giraffes, zebras, impalas, cheetahs, klipspringers, gazelles, warthogs, baboons, dik dik, hippos, and antelopes are among the animal species that may be spotted during a visit to Lake Manyara.

Birds such as babblers, flamingos, secretary birds, pelicans, eagles, ostriches, hawks, and hornbills are among the attractions that may be observed in Lake Manyara national park.

Meal : Picnic lunch park

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