Lake Manyara & Tarangire National Park
Lake Manyara National Park provides a unique setting for some of the most diverse wildlife habitats found in Africa from the soda lake to dense woodlands, this is an unspoiled paradise of ground water forest fed by underground springs home to an astonishing herd of elephants, buffaloes and the largest troupe of baboons in Africa. Bordering Lake Manyara is Tarangire National Park, most renowned for the largest elephant migration in Africa in a surreal setting dominated by majestic baobab trees and acacia, teeming with an incredible abundance of fascinating wildlife that few places could rival the wildlife spectacle found here.
Why Lake Manyara & Tarangire National Park?
One of the largest congregation of land mammals anywhere in the world, the diverse landscapes of Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park offers an incredible wildlife game viewing experience that is virtually unrivaled. While Tarangire National Park witness the largest elephant migration in Africa and four of the Big Five, Lake Manyara is a seasonal breeding ground for a handsome flamboyance of flamingos as well as a rich water source during the dry season for many mammals that include zebra, thompson gazelles, hippo, giraffe, buffalo, wildebeest, one of the largest troups of baboons and the famous tree-climbing lions.