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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park is a conservation area of 330 sq kilometers (130 sq mi) in arid land, forests and soda lakes in Arusha Region and Manyara Region, Tanzania, run by the Tanzania National Parks Authority. Most are narrow across the walls of Gregory Rift and Lake Manyara as an alkaline lake of 231 sq kilometers (89 sq mi) during the wet season, but disappear during the dry season.

Lake Manyara National Park is known for its thousands of flamingos and crested eagles that inhabit the shores of the lake during the rainy season, but they leave during the dry season. More than 400 species of birds inhabit the park and there is still much left over the year. Lake Manyara is a shallow lake in the Natron-Manyara-Balangida branch of the East African Rift in Manyara Region in Tanzania.

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The alkaline waters have a pH close to 9.5 covering about 231 sq kilometers (89 sq miles) and dry spells create mud flats during the dry season. The lake is home to baboons, hippos, impala, elephant, wild deer, buffalo, boar, giraffe and leopard. The gigantic ara and mahogany seen in the forest to the edge of Lake Manyara and to the south are acacia forests.

Location: Arusha Region and Manyara Region, Tanzania.

Routes and public transport: Flights to Lake Manyara Airport, another alternative is Arusha Airport in Arusha City. Lake Manyara National Park is located 126 kilometers (78 miles) southwest of Arusha and can be reached by car within 1.5 hours. The park can also be easily reached from Babati in Manyara Region.

Advice: Lake Manyara is a wonderful place to visit throughout the year. Rivers and waterfalls lined the cliffs in wet groundwater and year-round soil from the nearby cliffs of the Rift Valley, giving freshness to the lush fig, mahogany, baobab and acacia forest.

In the corridor Kwakuchinja has several villages including Ol Tukai and Esilalei along the banks of the lake. This park is a great place to observe 100 different species of birds every day. There are several inns with upscale options within park boundaries and most have lake views. Lake Manyara National Park is conservation area to protect soda lakes

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Rain in November and December during hot weather with humid temperatures up to 95F (35C) and lightning storms in the afternoon or evening, but this gives plenty of time to watch the game at Manyara, although the logistics of wetland entrances requires maximum skill and requires a lot of insect repellent spray.

April and May are the wettest and best seasons to observe the fantastic birds in the forest and around the lake where colonies of cranes, pelicans, spoonbills, cormorants and pink flamingos gather in the shallow, food-rich waters. The July to October dry season is the best time to watch the game when other areas dry up.

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Beijing, Beijing Capital International Airport, …

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