Latest images from camp

We have been non-stop in camp as the peak season continues with action across all of our activities.  Here is a small glimpse of July and August so far.

Elephant quenching its thirst at the water hole in front of camp
Game viewing from one of our hides provides fantastic results this peak season

 

Elephants relaxing in the evening light around one of our many dams

 

Having fun in the dust with our horses

 

Delighted ladies in front of a breeding elephant herd

AWF’s Annual Report

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

 

Peak season about to begin

Sundowners around the camp fire

As we count down the days to the reopening of the camp, its all hands of deck to prepare ourselves for the upcoming high season. The camp is showcasing some delightful colours after a fresh  sprinkling of rain. We are excited to continue with our extensive activity portfolio from escorted walking safaris to horse riding; night game drives to sipping on a sundowner and watching wildlife from a hide.

Off-road game drive with elephants

Update from Manyara Ranch Conservancy

The rains have set in, but there is plenty of action on the Conservancy. Elephants are around every corner and a large number of bull herds have been sighted. Excitingly, a recent walking safari was fortunate enough to encounter over 120 eland. The calls of the camp lions have been heard by staff nearly every night. The three lion clubs are looking big and strong, with one male cub developing a lot quicker then his siblings. Our own migration is also occurring on the Conservancy. Hundreds of wildebeest are calving and guests have sighted large numbers of newborn calves.