Manyara Ranch Conservancy in an intimate luxury tented camp, situated on 35,000 acres in the Manyara area. It works in partnership with the local Maasai communities. The Conservancy protects the migratory corridor that runs between Lake Natron, Ngorongoro, Manyara, Tarangire and the Maasailands to the South.

Closest Airstrip
The closest airstrip is Manyara Airstrip.

Manyara Ranch Conservancy has on offer 8 classic deluxe safari style tents with en suite bathrooms.

  • 6 Tents Twin/ Double/ Triple
  • 2 Family Tents

The tents are spacious and have an insect proof design. They are tastefully furnished and are inviting due to the warm colours used in furnishing the interior of each tent. Each tent has a porch with seating for just relaxing or enjoying your breakfast or drinks as you take in the surrounding sights and sounds. The in room facilities include: flush toilets, hot and cold water, rain shower, toiletries, writing desk and chair, wardrobe, trunk, hat stand, and ample lighting.

NOTE: A two  (2) night minimum stay is recommended

Mess Tent
Manyara Ranch Conservancy has a centrally located mess tent that houses the communal lounge and dining area. The dining area is both indoor and outdoor. Meals are prepared using fresh locally sourced ingredients. Special dietary needs can be accommodated with advance notice. All meals and alcoholic/ non alcoholic beverages, teas/ coffees and snacks are included in the daily rate.

As there is a waterhole at the front of the camp the possibility of game viewing while having your meal is high.


  • Open 4×4 safari vehicles available on game package
  • Generator and inverter fed electricity supply
  • Central charging area for cameras (230V)
  • Dining tent with inside and outside dining area.
  • Campfire
  • Bush  breakfasts,  lunches, and dinners  under  the  stars
  • Sun-downers


  • Off – road game drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles
  • Game viewing from hides
  • Night game drives
  • Walking Safaris with ranger
  • Hides for Game Viewing
  • Horse riding
  • Visit a local school
  • Cultural tour to see Maasai