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From the western Rift Valley along the road to Ngorongoro and Serengeti you will behold what Ernest Hemingway once called “the loveliest I had seen in Africa”.
Lake Manyara and its grassland and forest around are without doubt a place you should not miss on your safari.
The forest is home to hundreds of baboon families, Tanzania’s biggest elephants and the rare tree climbing lions furthermore zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, crocodiles and more. Through the leaves of the large green trees you will have a breathtaking view on the lake shimmering in the heat haze.
The 325 sq.km big Manyara National Park is an excellent place for bird watching.
From the hot springs that are known to heal people from diseases if they wash themselves in the hot water, with the lake in the background, you can watch huge wildlife herds, thus like zebras, buffaloes and elephant families, in the distance. Even the hippo pool and several other places offer plenty of great photo motives and inspiration. Truly Manyara is a vivid and lovely part of Africa!