Thursday, October 28, 2010
Lake Manyara National Park
Prepare of an avalanche of images while I feature a place I have never been. The photos are so fun. It is nice looking at photos like this and realizing someone you know was actually there.
Lake Manyara National Park was a destination along the safari my sister took prior to her climb. Because it is centered so much on tourism, it was hard to find more of a general information site on the location. It was established as a habitat to protect elephant herds and hosts a large amount of animal and plant diversity. Approximately 77 square miles of the park is lake when the water is high.
For more information:
Lake Manyara National Park Web site.
Why have a sign, when you can just paint the rocks you will hit if you take the sharp corner too fast:
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