Manyara National Park is the smallest Park in this area of northern Tanzania (only 330 km ² & of which 230 is the actual lake) It is advisable to visit at the beginning of the safari as it may lead to disappointment after having experienced the large northern Parks.
Driving off the designated tracks is prohibited
The park witnesses a great deal of changes through the seasons, but it has a constant interest throughout the year - it has a secluded atmsophere.
Large concentrations of birds are seen. There are many mammal species including lion, elephants, giraffes, buffalo, hippos, impalas, baboons and monkey
Lions are sometimes seen in the lower branches of acacia trees - winter is the best season.