One day Tanzania safari to Manyara National Park

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Explore 1 day Tanzania safari with the best cost to Manyara National Park. This astonishing trip to the home of tree climbing lions will indulge your eyes with the spectacular sight of Lake Manyara which is mainly fed by underground springs. The park is a good spot for bird lovers also, African spoonbill, black heron, silvery–cheeked hornbill, and plenty of flamingos. That frequently decorate the unspoiled beautiful lake are some of the birds that reside in the park. Book with Africa Natural Tours this perfect 1 day trip tours to Lake Manyara national park and get a chance to explore one of the popular parks in the northern circuit.

Included
 Transport (4x4 Land cruiser) with open roof
Park fees
Professional English speaking guide
 Lunch box
 1,5 bottle of water per day

Excluded
Flights
 Visa
 Personal items
 Gratuities / "tip" safari guide
Travel insurance & Medical insurance

FAQ

when is the best time to visit Lake Manyara

The best time to visit Lake Manyara is during the dry season during the months of June to October, and this is also referred to as the peak tourist season. The short dry season comes in January and February with large number of tourists flooding the park which results into more costly safari tours as the demand on accommodation is generally high. During that time of the year, the animals gather around the few remaining water sources and because the vegetation is thin they can easily be spotted. This time of the year is also highly recommended to visit as there is a lot of sun with little rains and since mosquitoes are very few, there are slighter chances of contracting malaria