Lake manyara treetop walkway

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A 370 m long rope walkway built high in the canopy of lake Manyara national park's groundwater forest. It consists of two boardwalks that rise gradually to a series of about 9 rope suspension bridges sitting as high as 18m above the ground.

Each of the suspension bridges ends in a wooden viewing deck built around a tree, enabling visitors to get a bird's eye view of the park as well as get closer to monkeys and birds in the tree tops.

What to do there?Take the exhilarating walk, with the possibility of seeing some animals from above such as elephants. It is run and owned by a private company and thus an extra fee is required.

For a list of other places to see in the national park, please see our attractions page.

Best time to visit?Any time of the year.

Location of Lake manyara treetop walkwayThis treetop walkway is located near lake Manyara national park's northern gate, and deep within the groundwater forest. There are campsites and park bandas in the same area that can be used for accommodation.

For more information on this location, please see the map below.

How to get there?By road or air, with the latter using the lake Manyara airstrip nearby, with flights from most regions of the country.

There are passenger buses that go through the highway near the main gate; However a vehicle may be required to explore parts of the park other than the walkway.

Fees required to visit the walkway include park entry fees and walkway fees. For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website.

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