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Lale Manyara National Park Safari & Tours

General: Lake Manyara National Park located about 130 kilometers from Arusha town, between the Great Rift Valley's cliff escarpment and the shallow alkaline lake, Manyara. (See the Map PDF).
The park is small, due to the fact that two thirds is covered by the lake. Incredibly, that one third harbors a variety of wild animals, which are supported by open savannah grassland with rocky outcrops, mashes and acacia woodland.
Attraction: This park is famous for tree-climbing lions and huge variety of birds especially flamingos. Wild animals include buffalo, zebra, hippo, leopard, elephants and giraffes with darker color compared to giraffes in other parts of Tanzania. At the entrance, there heavy forest that will capture  your attention if you enter the park for the first time.  
Lake Manyara National Park
 
Bird watching: Lake Manyara National Park is considered to be one among  the best places for bird watching: more than 400 bird species have been recorded here, some of them being: bee-eater, forest-dwelling crowned eagle, heron, water fowl, crowned crane, flamingoes, snipes and pratincoles. 
The park is also close to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Tarangire National Park  and is always combined with other parks in the safari. Day trip is also available. There is even an introduction of night game drive in park. See Safari Itineraries with Lake Manyara Click Here
Lale Manyara National Park Safari & Tours
Flamingo - in Lake Manyara
Things to do in Lake Manyara: Wildlife viewing, famous culture tour to Mto wa Mbu villages, bird watching in the park , forest walking excursions to the rift valley escarpment, canoeing in the lake (when the water levels is sufficiently high) and visiting ancient ruins/site of Engaruka
Distances: 2 hours from Arusha, 1 hour to Ngorongoro Crater, 45 min. to Tarangire and 3 hours to Serengeti National Park
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