How to Get to Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge

Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge is on the high escarpment wall overlooking Lake Manyara National Park. It's expansive views and African village feel appeal to visitors.

Lake Manyara is part of the Northern Safari Circuit of Tanzania and is not far from the Ngorongoro Crater. Lake Manyara National Park is 125 km (78 miles) west of Arusha town, which is a half-hour flight or a 2 hour drive. It covers an area of 330 square km (127 square miles), of which about a quarter is Lake Manyara.

The beautiful Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania is full of surprises with an escarpment wall rising to 600 meters (1,950 feet) and waterfalls spilling over the cliff. In the south hot springs bubble to the surface. The diverse habitats in this national park in Tanzania attract and support a large variety of birds and African wildlife.

Lake Manyara, a soda lake in the Great Rift Valley, Tanzania, is especially favoured by pink Flamingos who accumulate here in great numbers. Lake Manyara is renowed amongst ornithologists.

How to Get There

Lake Manyara National Park is 107km southwest of Arusha via the Great North Road. Local airlines offer scheduled daily services between Arusha and Lake Manyara and the airstrip is at the northwestern edge of the park.

When to go

The long dry season extends from June to September and the short dry season from January to February. The park’s tracks are suitable for cars, but a four-wheel drive vehicle is recommended during the rainy months.

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