The natural and wildlife in Tanzania is definitely enough to take your breath away. Since the 1920s, Lake Manyara area was used for sports hunting. It was given National Park status and in 1974 were added to the southern end. The majority of the land area of the park is a narrow strip running between the Gregory Rift valley wall to the west and Lake Manyara, an alkaline lake, to the east. The national park only includes the northwest quadrant of the lake.
Our guests excitedly searched the wide expanse for every sign of wildlife and amazing flamingo birds, and weren’t left disappointed! Also by seeing baboons, blue monkeys and so lucky to see a big group of flamingo birds around the lake which is a must see. As we kept on enjoying our safari we went to our lodge, where we had a peaceful night with the wild sound. In an early morning the sun came out we were already on the safari car and enjoying our trip heading back to Arusha.