Lake Manyara Serena Lodge
Lake Manyara Serena Lodge on the edge of Mto Wa Mbu escarpment,
overlooking the Great Rift Valley and the stunning Manyara soda lake.
The circular shape of the buildings is a tribute to indigenous
architectural traditions, 67 rooms, Swimming pool, bar and public
areas with dramatic views of the landscape, traditional dance
presentation in the evening, Beyond the superb standards of
hospitality offered, there is a spirit of tranquility that prevails.
Lodge Kirurumu Tented
Lodge is a luxury tented lodge built upon the
Gregorian Escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. Set in this stunning
location, it overlooks a spectacular panorama across Lake Manyara to
Mount Losimongori and miles of seemingly untouched Africa. 20 Tents
– 40 beds, bathrooms en suite, honeymoon suite, full or half board,
fine winelist bar.
E-Unoto Retreat the setting for E Unoto Retreat is straight out of a
"Hemingway" novel, a luxurious lodge with a Maasai Camp
configuration. It features spacious 28 ft./9.24m. diameter
individual Maasai style bungalows with private verandas. This
five-star facility is near a Maasai village, with authentic Maasai
crafts and original works available. The
setting of natural beauty overlooking Lake Miwaleni with the Great
escarpment hovering above create an "Adam and Eve" atmosphere.
Sumptuous international cuisine is served from open-air restaurant
and bar clusters overlooking the lake and swimming pool, providing
total guest relaxation.
vast wildlife, open grasslands, forests and the water of
The extensive marshlands
variety of birds including pelicans and flamingos.
the lions in
National Parkcan be found relaxing
in the branches of the trees to
escape the bothersome
tsetse flies. Described by Hemingway in the "Green Hills of Africa",
this once prime
hunting ground is today
a national park of unsurpassed beauty.
Lying on the floor of
the Eastern Rift Valley,
Lake Manyara spreads out in a shallow
dominating the scene and
standing out against a backdrop of the sheer red cliff of the western
escarpment. One enters
the village of Mto wa Mbu or 'Mosquito Creek' - the only place
Africa where one can hear the four major
The entrance of
Manyara Park is dominated by a rich ground
water forest. Here elephants feed on the
fallen wild fig and blue
monkey, velvet, baboon, bushbuck, waterbuck nocturnal aardvark, civet,
and leopard can be seen.
Buffalo and hippo wallow in the nearby Hippo Pool where most of the
species of birdlife can
be spotted. The vegetation eventually merges into flat topped
where, in the heat of
the day entire prides of lion can be
seen stretched on the branches of these trees - a
habit endemic to Manyara
lions. Along with these amazing tree-climbing lions there are the
and grazers as well as
the interestingbanded mongoose. Two thirds of the park is dominated by
slightly alkaline lake which is
home to a seemingly endless variety of waterbirds.
Bordered by the Great
Rift Valley this park is famous for its tree climbing lions and hot
water springs. Manyara is a vast alkaline lake that is home to many
species of birds including pink clouds of flamingos.
Enjoy 3-5 star luxury accommodations with all the trappings whilst
relaxing in Africa. Facilities available include en-suite bathrooms,
swimming pools (in most of the lodges, but restricted to certain
camps), lounge, bar, laundry and services.