A famous wildlife hotspot in Tanzania, the Lake Manyara National Park offers a safari experience in diverse habitats. This is one of Tanzania’s smaller parks, but it boasts a large variety of wildlife and beautiful landscapes. You can explore the Rift Valley with its famous soda lake, impressive mountainsides and thick woodlands. The park around the alkaline Lake Manyara is most well-known for its tree-climbing lions and massive herds of elephants that meander through the landscape, looking for food and water. It’s exactly these large herds that the Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania serves to protect for future generations.
Pink flamingos as far as the eye can see! That’s the postcard image we have of Lake Manyara – and in truth, it’s not just flamingos who love the lake, but about 400 species of indigenous and migrant birds who’ve made Tanzania their home for summer. But it’s not just birds that you can see but a large plethora of African game from cheetah, lions, buffalo, Masai giraffe to impala. But on your Lake Manyara safari, you might also spot the troops of the olive baboon, Sykes monkey, hippo and the Cape clawless otter.