Positioned in northern Tanzania, Lake Manyara National Park is known for its scenic surroundings. With dense forests, bush plains, cliffs and hot springs, the diverse land gives rise to abundant wildlife. Impalas, elephants, giraffes and the world's largest concentration of baboons inhabit the park, which is also known for its tree-climbing lions. Bird-watchers can gaze upon nearly 400 species, including thousands of pink flamingos and yellow-billed storks.
Game drives, canoeing (when the water levels are high enough), cultural tours, forest walks and mountain bike tours are just some of the activities to partake in while at the park.