Manyara national park

Manyara National Park

When compared to other parks in Tanzania, it is fairly small but very rich in both Flora and Fauna. On one side the park has an escarpment of the great rift valley wall that is covered in most parts by the forest while half of the park is covered by the lake named after the park.

It’s alive with a bustling wildlife population.

You’ll see various wild animals including giraffes, wildebeests, buffalos, zebras, impalas, waterbucks, warthogs, and of course, the best of African elephants! If you head up the slopes, you may even spot the klipspringer and dik-dik and birds like flocks of Pelicans and flamingos and up to 500 species of birds.

Arusha National Park is made up of three vast areas: Momela Lake, Mt. Meru, and Ngurdoto Crater. The best way to explore Momela Lakes is to jump into a canoe. The Ngurdoto Crater is encircled by forests, you go walk there or take a vehicle. Mt. Meru is a combination of luscious forests and rocks of all kinds.

Animals like waterbuck, shy bushbuck, and reedbuck. In the depths of the park’s dense forests, you’ll

When the weather is clear, you can see stunning views of Mt. Meru, the continent’s 5th highest peak. You’ll even be able to see Kilimanjaro which is only 50 km away from the park.

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