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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Size: 330 sq km (130 sq miles) of which 200 sq km (77 sq miles) are
lake when water levels are high
Established: 1960

It's easy to escape a lion, just climb on a tree and you're safe, aren't you?

Well...Never come to Lake Manyara National Park then. In here are the only lions that climb the trees and stay dry during rainy season. 
They might be rare to see - although spectacular and stunning if seen - but the largest concentration of baboons ensures that there is always something going on in the trees. The old mahogany trees are only one of the beautiful things to see in the west of Ngorongoro and Serengeti. Located at the edge of the Great Rift Valley this alkaline lake has it's unique ecological variety - including hot springs, baobab trees, thousands of flamingos, 400+ different birds and buffalos, giraffes, zebras etc. enjoying the lush gras in the plains around the lake. 

A visit here is worth it as it always allows you to see the Great Rift Valley, one of the oldest rifts in the world and the reason why this continents will be divided into two in a few million years. You can also find dik diks, the animal that knows the real meaning of love - and yes, it knows it better than humans too. These small, cute antilopes will live together till death parts them. After death parts them the partner will never find a new one and will become so sad that some even commit suicide.


Thank you for considering us. We look forward to bringing you the best safari experience! 
Contact: Whatsapp +255 676 549872/ +255 7555 49872
Email: info@chiefstours.com | Website: https://chiefstours.com/
Address: P.O.Box 8544, Chagga Str., Moshi, Tanzania 

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