Lake Manyara Hotel

Address: 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

    In the Shadow of Kiliminjaro

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 29, 2014

    4 comments, 62 photos

    ... no rain at all, but when it does rain immense plains of nutrient rich grasses grow. It is a perfect spot for animal and human societies that can adapt to migration. We choose to come in the cool (for Africa), dry season, when the animals need to be on the move to search for food and water. For maybe 50,000 years this area was largely unchanged, teeming with large mammals and sparsely populated by humans, but in the last 50 years things have begun to change drastically. ...

    Lake Manyara National Park

    A travel blog entry by amy.beith on Feb 22, 2014

    1 comment, 79 photos

    Today I left the Kilimanjaro mountain resort and headed for Arusha, it was a beautiful drive and we passed through many little villages along the way. In Arusha I met my safari driver and we headed for Lake Manyara National Park. The driver is great and it is interesting hearing all about African life from him. He is telling me all about how they can have multiple wives, that it is ...

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

    A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... hut for protection until it is a couple weeks old. The women do all the work, including hut building, herding cattle, hauling firewood and child care. Jeff and Alan think Masai men might be on to something. Sally and I quash any of those thoughts. The women sell their handicrafts of beadwork and of course we purchase some. The men do the pricing, pull out a cell phone to do a quick calculation (where do they get those?..), ...

    Ol Tukai and Masai

    A travel blog entry by hobartfamily on Jan 19, 2014

    27 photos

    Left Boundary Hill Lodge today and drive to Ol Tukai camp on the banks of the salt lake Lake Manyara. The opposite side of the lake is national park and the side we will be staying on is Masai land. We drove to a small village where we met up with our Masai guide. We had a look around the local market which was attracting people from a long way. The Masai walk incredible distances and are fast. The market was mainly to buy and sell cows and goats ...