Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Overview

Covering an area 330 square kilometres, Lake Manyara National Park is one of the smallest National parks in Tanzania. The unique tree-climbing lions, pink-flamingos, the breath-taking scenery and the soda-ash lake in the center add the scenic beauty to the park.

Highlights Of The Park

  • Set under the magnificence of the Great Rift Valley’s steep western escarpment, Lake Manyara National Park is a long beautiful park that safely protects the region.
  • As the location of the park is close to Arusha, so it’s easy to access the parks like Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti from Lake Manyara National Park.
  • The landscape of Lake Manyara National Park features a ground-water forest, acacia tortilis woodland and hot springs called Maji Moto.
  • Game drives, walking safaris, village trips, hiking and mountain biking are some of the activities that visitors can enjoy.
  • Lake Manyara provides a good view all around the year, but July to October is considered the peak.
  • November to April offers the best bird-watching; visitors can spot millions of flamingos and other birds.
  • An early morning visit to the park is highly recommended to encounter the animals having breakfast.

The Wildlife

  • The park does not hold that much concentrated wild animals as the neighbours.
  • But the park is home to some of the unique species like the tree-climbing lion. The lions of the park habitually can climb a tree and swing comfortably in the treetop.
  • Encountering a pride of lion relaxing in a treetop is an incredible sight for the visitors.
  • A huge number of baboons and elephants are also common to the park.
  • The other wild inhabitants of the park include wildebeest, buffalo, hippo, flamingo, zebra, warthog, waterbuck, giraffe, dik-dik and impala.
  • Lions are rare to see.
  • The dry season from June to October, the vegetation becomes thinner that makes viewing the wild animals easier.

The Birdlife

  • Varied birdlife are unique experiences to the visitors
  • Thousands of pink shading flamingos flock into the park and are usually spotted in the middle of the lake.
  • In addition to this the spoonbills, egrets, herons, stalks and other waders converge around the edges and water meadows.
  • The captivating species include crowned eagles, created guinea fowl, Silvery-cheeked hornbill, Southern ground hornbill, Spur-winged goose, Von der Decken’s hornbill, Yellow-billed stork and the noisy silvery cheeked hornbills.

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