A public campsite that is located on the northern end of lake Manyara
national park, one of two - with the other being Endabash riverside campsite
. Accommodation is on a bring your own tent basis, with facilities such as modern toilets, showers, a kitchen and a dining area - all with a good supply of water.What to do there?
Spend a night camping amidst the groundwater forest, with the possibility of meeting fellow tourists and travelers. Bird watching is also possible.
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 Number 1 campsite
Campsite number 1 of lake Manyara is located a short distance from its northern gate, and within the ground water forest. Other accommodation options in the area include the park owned bandas, along with hotels and lodges outside the park.
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, which is reachable from most of the airports in the country.
Alternative methods include using a passenger bus - most of which pass through the highway north of the park, or a private or rental vehicle. Either way, a vehicle is required to get into the park.
Fees required for a self game drive include conservation fees, camping fees along with vehicle permits. For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website