Lake Manyara Lodge

TANZANIA ACCOMODATIONS – MANYARA

LAKE MANYARA LODGE

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Lake Manyara Tree Lodge is the only lodge in†Lake Manyara National Park, offer an exclusive wildlife experience. The park is famous for its tree climbing lions, large herds of elephant and flamingo. The lodges offers spectacular Rift Valley views

ACCOMMODATION

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Ten elegant stilted tree houses are cradled in the boughs of mahogany trees, ensuring privacy for all guests. Built of timber and makuti (palm fronds), the interiors are bleached, earthy and stylishly understated. Rooms are spacious with sitting areas and viewing decks. Ensuite bathrooms with a bath, outdoor shower, twin hand basins and private w.c. Guest areas are intimate and stylish, and feature an interactive kitchen. The sitting and dining areas overlook a charming forest boma lined with ngalawas (dugout canoes). The Lodge has a Safari Shop featuring signature community craft work and a range of lodge branded safari clothing.

RECREATION

Each suite is a lofty tree house with private veranda and large windows that open up to the lush forest, welcoming in the sights and sounds of the African bush. Woodchip paths and natural branch railings blur the edges between the natural and the manmade, while wooden interiors and thatched roofs invite the surrounding forest indoors. Spacious bedrooms and sitting rooms float in a sea of green, opening up onto a leafy canopy. Even a soak in the large, free-standing tub offers a panoramic view, with an open air shower behind a simple bamboo screen.

FACILITIES

  • The lodge pool beckons like a cool oasis in an ocean of shady green.
  • Generous decks suspended above the forest floor open up to a wooded embrace.
  • Split level sitting and dining rooms combine with high thatched ceilings to create a sense of space, while warm wood interiors and understated sofas carve out cosy corners.
  • Tantalising aromas drift from the open, interactive kitchen, luring guests to watch as simple but delicious meals are prepared. The theatre of the open kitchen is translated into the drama of the dining boma, encircled by a tall fence of gnarled wood.