Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park of Tanzania in the Eastern part of the African Continent is popularly known for the rarely seen species of Tree Climbing Lions, it was established in 1957 covering a total area of 325 km²and recorded among Tanzania’s must visit Parks providing habitat to wide range of different Wildlife Species. Later in 2009, this Park was enlarged covering a total area of 644 km². Wildlife in Lake Manyara National Park include Wild animals, Primates, Reptiles, different insect species plus different bird species recorded sightable.

Some of the Wild animals in this Park include Elephants, Cape buffalo, lion, hippopotamus, impala, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, bush buck, leopard, baboon, lesser flamingo, greater flamingo, white pelican, yellow-billed stork, white-breasted cormorant, palm-nut vulture, Ayres’s hawk-eagle, Nile monitor, cobra , greatest biomass density in the world; tree-climbing lions are all present.