Situated on a lake, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Lake Manyara National Park and 14.3 mi (23 km) from Karatu Playground.
Situated on a lake, this lodge is 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from Lake Manyara National Park and within 25 mi (40 km) of Lake Manyara National Park and Karatu Playground.
Situated in Lake Manyara National Park, this tentalow is close to Lake Manyara National Park. Regional attractions also include Lake Manyara National Park and Karatu Playground.
Situated in Lake Manyara National Park, this lodge is 6.6 mi (10.6 km) from Lake Manyara National Park and 7.7 mi (12.3 km) from Lake Manyara National Park. Karatu Playground is 22.9 mi (36.9 km) away.
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Dar es Salaam, the national capital, sits 330 miles to the southeast of Lake Manyara National Park.
Make sure that your stay is an adventurous one by heading to the nearby environmental reserves. Tarangire National Park, located just 30 miles away, is recommended.
If you're keen to explore more of the area, you'll find Mto wa Mbu 6 miles to the north and Karatu 14 miles to the west.
Get active outside while you're in Tanzania. If you want to get up and at 'em, why not give rock climbing or mountain climbing a shot?
This area has plenty of leisure activities that will help you to unwind. An afternoon spent bird watching or wildlife watching will be sure to recharge your batteries.
Learn all about the culture of the region by getting involved in some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.
When the mercury rises, take the lead of the locals and head to the water for an exhilarating few hours of swimming or snorkeling.
Many visitors like to soak up some culture while they're here. Sound appealing? You'll discover a range of craft workshops in the region.
If the weather looks good, head outdoors to investigate the region's open-air markets.
Let your imagination soar when you tour the historic sites of Tanzania. Don't leave without checking out some of its ruins, traditional villages and archeological sites.
Sampling some popular food and drink is a delicious way to delve into a region's heart and soul.
You mightn't have paid much attention to the complexities of ugali (maize porridge) and fish in the past, but you're sure to be an expert on these well-known ingredients by the end of the trip!
Ugali (cornmeal) and vitumbua (rice cakes) are often ordered by visitors and residents alike.
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts), a delectable dessert.
Satisfy your thirst with a pint of frosty beer. Tusker beer is right up there with the best.
Tamamrind nectar, an alcohol-free option, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.
If you plan to visit on on the 26th of April, you better be ready to let your hair down. Each year on this day, the whole nation comes together and celebrates Union Day.
Most travelers are no strangers to goodbyes, but that doesn't mean they get any easier. When the time comes to leave the wonderful Tanzania region, it wouldn't come as a surprise if you were already thinking about a return trip!
To catch your flight homeward, head to the nearest airport. It's 55 miles to the east.
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