Lake Manyara National Park offers a true wilderness experience in diverse habitats. From Rift Valley Soda Lake to dense woodland and step mountainsides. Cradle in the boughs of an ancient mahogany forest, lake Manyara Tree Lodge blends into the natural beauty of its breathing surroundings.
Most people thinks that the famous tree-climbing lions hare have developed their climbing habits to get away from annoying insects. At and beyond we have our own theory-they’re jealous of our magnificent tree house suites. Designed to exert minimal impact on the environment, the lodge offers an exclusive interpretive safari in a more remote area of the National Park. Gentle Tanzanian hospitality is excluded from the team, who have a position for delighting guests, whether you are on honeymoon, or a family safari.
Location:Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, the only lodge inside the park, is located in the south of the Lake Manyara National Park, far away from the bottleneck area of the park. This makes the experience of this relatively small park feel quite remote and quiet. Safari at Lake Manyara fits into a northern Safari well in conjunction with Ngorongoro and the Serengeti.
Dining: Lake Manyara Tree Lodge interactive kitchen brings a cheerful atmosphere to the lodge, allowing guests to watch their mouth-watering meals being prepared or even cook alongside our resident chefs giving one the opportunity to learn more about pan-African cuisine.
Accommodation:Lake Manyara Tree Lodge nine stilted tree house suites, crafted from local timber and makuti palm fronds, boast a sophisticated blend of intimacy and romance, offering privacy and exclusivity in the cool, leafy surroundings, which often has elephant visitors passing through.The suits include a single suit,family suite and safari honeymoon suite.Each tree house suite features generous decks suspended above the forest floor and large windows inviting the lush forest inside. The classically elegant bedrooms are fitted with contemporary furnishings in neutral colors and textures, overhead fans and billowing mosquito nets. The bathrooms have freestanding baths with a forest view and an outdoor shower.