Lake Manyara Hotel

Lake Manyara, Lake Manyara National Park, 2633, Tanzania | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge is located on Lake Manyara, Lake Manyara National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Lake Manyara National Park

    Serengeti Safari

    A travel blog entry by blakes on Jul 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... than Kilamanjaro. The grass is very nutritional so several Maasai take their herds of cattle down for grazing. There are very lush green, jungle type areas here where we continued to look for one of the 25 rhinos that live here. We never saw one. It's fun sitting with different people at mealtime and getting to know everyone. Everyone gets along really well and we help and watch out for each other. We will exchange email addresses so we can all keep in touch. DAY ...

    Day 5-Visit to the boma and on to the Crater

    A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in a small mud/dung round hut. Not entirely sure how they figure out who stays where and with whom. They do not eat every day and their primary nutrition is animal blood as they bloodlet their goats and cattle. They do not grow anything and their animals really are their life blood. There is no big water source nearby and they have adapted their physiology to conserve water. The hut has no kitchen. When the goats have a baby, it stays ...

    Ol Tukai

    A travel blog entry by hobartfamily on Jan 20, 2014

    22 photos

    ... lake edge is like a mirage. You keep walking and the edge never comes closer. The lake level was low but will start to fill as the big rains start in a few weeks. The area is also a corridor for animals including those on the great migration. Not sure if I mentioned the local thongs made from car tires. They last for ever. I reckon they are better than our over 100 dollar walking ...

    Ol Tukai and Masai

    A travel blog entry by hobartfamily on Jan 19, 2014

    27 photos

    ... that they have on if their lower incisors removed not long after it has come though. Both practices must be unbelievably painful. The Masai have beautiful teeth. Some have some enamel abnormalities from what I would assume is fevers from malaria and perhaps some fluorosis. However most have immaculate teeth. They are too poor to each rubbish and just stick to dairy and beef. Sounds like the ultimate in Paleolithic diets that some people I know ...