Lake Manyara Ranch Tented Camp
About Lake Manyara Ranch Tented Camp
Manyara Ranch Conservancy is situated within the wildlife corridor between Tarangire and Manyara National Parks in Tanzania. It offers a superb wilderness area with an excellent cultural mix for the active visitor to Tanzania. Manyara Tented Camp is located 6 km in from the main turn-off to the ranch. In the heart of Tanzania’s northern circuit, the ranch stands apart from the country’s National Parks by offering guests a completely exclusive experience in a unique wilderness.
Our six luxury East African style tents provide comfortable and private accommodation, perfectly located for ample wildlife viewing from the tent's deck. The luxury tents feature en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water, showers, and flush toilets. The tents are large, with an abundant of natural lighting, are insect-proof, and have electric lighting. The luxury tents offer wardrobes and a chest, which also acts as a safe and a writing desk. All tents are placed under acacia trees for shade and all command panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. In addition, there is a dining tent which includes a bar and a small library.
To help sustain Manyara Ranch, a tourism development programme was initiated which now offers facilities for visitors to experience the wildlife and culture in and around this vital wilderness area. Guests can enjoy a range of activities, some of which are rarely offered elsewhere in Tanzania.
Safari: Our 8 luxury East African style tents provide comfortable and private accommodation, perfectly located for ample wildlife viewing from the tent's deck.
50% of the total safari cost (non-refundable payment) is due on client confirmation. The remaining 50% is payable in full 60 days prior to departure. The Full Board Package rates are inclusive of all meals, all beverages (except champagne), laundry, wildlife viewing from hides, guided walking safaris and night game drives.
Lake Manyara Ranch Tented Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling