Category Archive: Manyara Ranch Conservancy

Introducing MRC’s staff

Langeti, Joanne and Chris on a walkin safari.

Manyara Ranch Conservancy is proud to show case its array of talented and hospitable staff this month. As our guest comments continue to role in, our staff feature regularly as a highlight of their stay. Joanne Westermark Growing up between Sweden and Kenya, Joanna Westermark has always had a passion for the outdoors, spending much …

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A Horse Riders Delight at Manyara Ranch Conservancy

A nice little encounter with some roaming giraffes

Horse riders are loving Manyara Ranch Conservancy  as we bring them the perfect location for a gallop among Africa’s finest wildlife.With 35,000 acres of exclusive wilderness to explore at leisure, its definitely a horse riders playground. Here at the Conservancy we have horses and crew permanently located at camp to cater for bookings at short …

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What our fabulous guests are saying about us

Here are some of our guests latest feedback. After visiting several properties in the northern Tanzania, this place is just awesome, the game drive of close viewing of the elephants was mind blowing – nothing I have seen before. The tents were great and compliments to the chef for a great dinner. Staff were very …

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AWF’s Annual Report

Manyara Spread

African Wildlife Foundation have just released their 50th Anniversary Commemorative Annual Report. See below the section on Manyara Ranch Conservancy. You can view the entire report athttps://awf.widencollective.com/OrderPickup.html?key=S6ca6100a-3a37-4b23-b5a7-f458458b75f5  

Productive Night Drives

Cheetah on a night drive

Identifying cheetah on Manyara Ranch – we are starting a small library of images to help identify individuals from their whisker and spot patterns.

Filming with the African Wildlife Foundation

Elephants at sunset on Manyara Ranch Conservancy

Filming on Manyara Ranch Conservancy

Bird Check List

A list of Birds of Manyara Ranch is being developed by Dr. Colin Beale.

Lions move in

Lions now frequent visitors to Manyara Ranch Tented Camp

Wild Dog Sightings

Wild Dogs on Manyara Ranch

AWF & TLCT Partnership

Summary of the partnership between AWF (African Wildlife Foundation) and the TLCT (Tanzania Land Conservation Trust)

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