The only lodge in Lake Manyara National Park, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge offers a private setting with diverse wildlife and game-rich habitats including the rare tree-climbing lions.
Accommodations consist of ten secluded treehouse suites set in the boughs of ancient mahogany trees. The suites are crafted from local timber and makuti palm fronds. Each suite features elegant bedrooms fitted with contemporary furnishing in neutral colors and textures, overhead fans, and billowing mosquito nets over two twin beds that can be converted to doubles. The en suite bathrooms have freestanding baths with a forest view and an outdoor shower. The family suite has two en suite bedrooms and can house up to two adults and two children. Each treehouse suite includes large decks suspended above the forest floor.
The only place in the world known to be home to tree-climbing lions, this remote corner of Lake Manyara also provides an ideal habitat for many other varieties of impressive species. The Park provides sightings of huge elephant and buffalo herds, cheetah, Maasai giraffe, impala, olive baboon, Sykes monkey, hippo, Egyptian mongoose, and many more. Thousands of flamingoes, as well as over 400 other bird species flock to the soda lake making the area a bird lover’s paradise. Cape clawless otter, klipspringer, and short-eared galago are some of the other park’s residents.