Deep inside the park and far from the crowds, Lemala Manyara has an incredibly beautiful location on the edge of an Acacia woodland overlooking the lake. There are virtually no Tsetse flies in this section of the park. All the tents face the lake and are constantly cooled by the breeze from the lake. Guests are treated to beautiful sunrises, while in the evening they may enjoy sundowners on the lakeshore as the sun sets over the escarpment behind the camp. The area is frequented by elephants, giraffe, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and even lions which are sometimes attracted by the seasonal waterhole in front of the campfire. There is also a wide variety of birdlife around the camp for the bird enthusiast. Manyara hot springs are easily acccessible from the camp and is often the hangout for buffalo and tree-climbing lions.