The Lake Manyara National Park in Tanzania is one of the alkaline lakes that are located at the base of the Rift Valley slope, despite its small size, it contains within it five different habitats and this means that in its interior live many species of animals, in particular here there are about 400 species of birds.

The lions in the Lake Manyara National Park are known as "tree-climbing lions".

Often unjustly neglected by travelers, it is worth a visit to discover the wonders that are found inside.

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Lake Manyara National Park - Photo Credits: Silvano Greco

The Lake Manyara National Park
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When to visit the Lake Manyara National Park and climate
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The areas in the Lake Manyara National Park
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The migration in the Lake Manyara National Park
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The animals in the Lake Manyara National Park
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The lions in the Lake Manyara National Park
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The birds in the Lake Manyara National Park