Manyara National Park

(330 km2) is located at the foot of the red and brown cliffs

Manyara National Park (330 km2) is located at the foot of the red and brown cliffs that characterize the escarpment of the Great Rift Valley.

Manyara is renowned for its forest, its immense ornitho logical fauna, its monkeys and its baboons. Lions are often perched on the branches of Acacias. Thousands of flamingos inhabit Lake Manyara and the land areas are home to manymammals.

The wild species of Manyara include elephants, buffalos, lions, hippos, impalas, giraffes, zebras, varan, leopards, baboons, flamingos, pelicans, storks, cormorans, vultures and eagles.

Activities: 4×4 photo safari in the Park. Hiking and biking around Lake Manyara