News from Manyara Ranch Conservancy

Clients have enjoyed a brilliant start to the high season with a number of special sightings in and around camp. The Kadala lion pride (13 in total) has been seen everyday for the last 10 days, including some new additions, two-month old cubs. Guests were also fortunate to watch nature in its truest form witnessing mating scenes between the oldest male and one of the pride’s females. Game viewing from specially constructed hides continues. Rustic hides have been placed in certain idyllic locations on Manyara Ranch’s private and exclusive land. Many of these hides overlook a waterhole/ dam hidden among the bush, a favourite place for animals and birds to drink. Guests can enjoy a unique wildlife viewing experience while sipping on some refreshing sundowners.

Out on a horse ride with the Conservancy's elephants

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