Walking Safari

Manyara Ranch Conservancy
 is the first tourism project of its kind in Tanzania. Formed in partnership with the African Wildlife Foundation, Manyara Ranch protects a critical wildlife corridor between Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks. The Ranch comprises 35,000 acres of wilderness which is home to over 50 mammalian species.

The unfenced ranch combines habitat conservation with tourism by creating a low-impact, eco-friendly tented camp for visitors that animals can roam through freely. It also partners with anti-poaching operations and serves as a hub for ongoing research on the movement and range of the regions mammals. Additionally, one of its primary goals is to generate income for local communities.

Guests staying in one of the six canvas East-African-Style tents will have the conservancy to themselves as no other safari operators have access to the land. Each tent is tastefully furnished and equipped with hot and cold water and 24-hour lighting.Guests can further explore the area on horseback, through guided bush walks, or private game drives. They can even enjoy the incredible wilderness on night drives when nocturnal predators are active.

Here's what our clients have to say about their stays...

"Excellent place to stay. Everyone on the entire staff was courteous and engaging. We had excellent horse rides with Jason ,cantering with zebras & giraffe was a high light. I also especially enjoyed visiting the Maasai village and morning walks, thank you Alan. This was an amazing stay for us. Bundi was an absolute joy, what a unique experience."

"Manyara is a beautiful & alive place that gives the eye rest as me enjoying its landscape. Our children are so sad to leave, as are we, the parents. We will come back. "

"I had such a great time tonight, it was soooo fun! I loved the night-time safari & watching the sunset! You guys are all really nice! I´m coming back!!! "

"An amazing place and I am so happy to have experienced this wonderful and majestic place! We will be back! Julius is great! "