Accommodation at Lake Manyara National Park


Kiboko tented lodge is located adjacent Lake Manyara National Park, about 130 km from Arusha town.

12 double tented bungalows with veranda and en suite toilet and shower. All beds are fitted with mosquito nets. The individual tented bungalows are spaced far from
each other for ultimate privacy.

The restaurant offers a delicious blend of international and local cuisine and a well stocked and traditional decorated bar will make your evenings an unforgettable experience.
There is a vast secluded camping area under shady acacia trees having central fireplace, barbeque area, kitchen with cutlery and crockery provided, dining and bar area, showers and toilets and a big parking area.


* Cultural programs at surrounding farms and villages
* Visit Maasai bomas &dancers
* Bird walks
* Botanical walks to adjacent dry bush savannah
* Trekking/ Mountain biking in highland countryside


Kirurumu Tented Lodge is set high on the edge of the Great Rift Valley, enjoying a marvellous, uplifting and panoramic view eastward over Lake Manyara, the Rift floor and Mt. Losimingori.

22 tented rooms with fully en-suite bathrooms, hot and cold running water and electricity.

Bar complete with sun-deck and panoramic views of the rift valley

Dining room with waiter service


* Maasai guided ethno – botanical walks
* Mountain biking available from adjacent hotel
* Day treks / hikes
* Fly camping in forests on special request

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Standing high on the bluff of a dramatic streaked cliff above the flamingo-frosted expanse of Lake Manyara’s gleaming alkaline waters, the Lodge commands panoramic views across the volcano-studded floor of the Great Rift Valley. The ambiance of the Lodge is a fusion of lakeside tranquility, towering volcanic splendour and adventure-packed sporting activity.

54 circular, closely-thatched rooms echo the traditional Maasai ‘Boma’ style of construction whilst featuring a vibrant interior design concept. Each room has a private veranda and breathtaking views of the shimmering reaches of the flamingo-frosted Lake.

The circular dining room and open-air bar is perched high above the Lake with endless views over the floor of the Great Rift Valley.  

The Lake Manyara pool and bar lies below the lodge, on the very edge of the escarpment with mesmeric views across of the lake and the age-old majesty of the Great Rift Valley.

* Internet connectivity
* A wide range of board games plus a full library of books on Africa
* Beauty treatments and massage services
* 24-hour Forex facilities
* Extensively stocked Africana Gift Shop


* Canoeing safaris on the tranquil and beautiful waters of the Lake
* Boating trips around the Lake and its ecosystem
* Mountain biking around the Park and adjacent landscapes
* Morning nature and bird walks with our resident naturalist


Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is set in the heart of a mahogany forest, and is the only lodge in the diverse Lake Manyara National Park in northern Tanzania.

10 spacious tree houses cradled in the boughs of mahogany trees and situated about a kilometre from the lakeshore crafted from local timber and makuti. The interiors of the tree houses are a sumptuous combination of natural fibres, pure cotton linen and contemporary furnishings and the bedrooms consist of four-poster bed-like draping. Overhead fans and mosquito nets as well as en suite bathrooms with baths and large twin hand basins ensure that every comfort is attended to. There is an exhilarating outdoor shower while the private verandas have comfortable furniture and offer extensive views of the lovely forest environment.

An interactive kitchen allows guests to observe the preparation of delicious Pan-African cuisine which may be enjoyed in the theatrical boma, on dining decks, or on your private viewing deck with spectacular forest views. Breakfasts and picnics are also served on the lakeshore.
Crafts gallery and swimming pool

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E Unoto Retreat offers luxury safari accommodation in a Maasai inspired environment. Located in Tanzania’s Lake Manyara region, E Unoto Retreat is easily accessible by road from nearby airports and just 1½ hours drive from the township of Arusha.

Twenty-five spacious bungalows provide luxurious accommodation for all guests. All bungalows have been designed Maasai style and decorated internally with exquisite furnishings and carvings continuing the Maasai theme. Each bungalow is a private suite with its own balcony offering panoramic views of Lake Miwaleni and the towering escarpment. You may even see one of the species of monkeys, birds or reptiles that live in the region or catch a glimpse of one of the many hippos residing in Lake Miwaleni.

The open-air restaurant and bar overlook the lake and swimming pool, providing total guests relaxation. Sumptuous international cuisine and a tempting children’s menu is offered daily in the restaurant. Special meal requests are available with advanced notice. At night, continue to enjoy the beauty of an African sky whilst being entertained by the unique culture show.


* Walk through natural surrounds to the waterfall
* Visit the local Maasai villages
* Play a round of golf in Arusha


Lake Manyara Hotel is situated in the very edge of the vertiginous western escarpment of the Rift Valley, affording magnificent views down across the whole lake. It is located 125 km from Arusha town.

The hotel has 100 spacious guestrooms, each of them with a private balcony affording magnificent views over the Lake and the Rift Valley.

Tastefully decorated in authentic African style, the rooms are fully equipped with en-suite bathrooms, shower attachments and bathtub. All beds are provided with mosquito nets over the air vents.

The restaurant is set in the edge of the escarpment, affording breathtaking views across the Lake. It gets its daily produce fresh from the local farm, and professional chefs prepare delicious international and local recipes, as per the theme night.

The bar is a friendly meeting point where guests can relax with a cocktail in hand and exchange stories of their day’s adventures.


* Swimming pool
* Boutique gift shop offering local art and handicrafts
* Currency exchange facilities
* Morning bird walks with our resident naturalist
* Canoeing safaris on the tranquil waters of the Lake
* Boating trips around the Lake and its ecosystems
* Mountain biking around the Park and adjacent landscapes
* Ornithological safaris (the Park is home of 380 different bird species).
* Horse riding around the Park