Kiboko Bush Camp
Kiboko Bush Camp is a budget accommodation found in Mto Wa Mbu areas outside Lake Manyara national park northern Tanzania. The camp is situated adjacent to lakes and towards Ngorongoro Conservation areas. The camp is 21km from the center of Karatu. One can be at the camp by road transport from arusha town taking approximately 3- 4 hours drive from Arusha city ( the gateway destination to different parks of Tanzania ) and 50 minutes to fly to the close Manyara airstrip then 14 minutes to be transferred to the camp . The camp is convenient and affordable for guests with its sweeping beautiful views of Lake Manyara and Rift valley that gives memorable experience.
Kiboko Bush camp contains 10 spacious and comfortable rooms that reflects African traditional building style with natural materials of local woods and grass thatched roof overlooking the lakes . Rooms are well decorated and furnished and elevated with raised wooden platform with private en suite facilities like flushing toilets, separate hot and cold showers/Bathtubs , wrapped mosquito nets, ,private bungalows , free bottled water in the rooms ,sitting areas and verandas that gives stunning views of the park and surrounding areas. Rooms are well equipped with televisions comfortable clean queen sized beds. There are fire places at the camp that provides warmth to visitors staying during the night. Rooms are in different categories and sizes; single , double and triple rooms that cost 200$ per night and above, during High/ peak season the rate is slightly high than in Low season.
Kiboko bush camp offers more services and facilities which include; A restaurant that serves delicious meal types both international and local meals to meet guests choice ; continental breakfast , lunch and dinner in the dining room and in the bush served by well trained, welcoming and organized staff , A well stocked bar with variety of drinks both alcoholic and nonalcoholic refreshments ie. local ,cocktail , wines, spirits and international beers, you relax and sip the monk tail while overlooking the spectacular view of lake Manyara, the park and surrounding areas , camping available Free and ample parking space available, complementary bottled water , Laundry services available , Airport pickups and drop-offs offered , Wifi available at the lodge that enables visitors to keep in touch with their families and friends, couple massage is offered , Excellent and comfortable clean beddings, Craft shop available at the lodge with more African style gifts like shoes, clothes safari essentials , Recreational areas available at the lodge like boating at lake manyara, game drive, football playing , hiking mention but a few.
Lake Manyara national park is situated in northern side of Tanzania occupying the total area of 352 Km squared including 230km squared of lake surface . The park is situated between lake Manyara and the great Rift Valley, it is found 126Km south west of Arusha in Tanzania . The park is among the most visited and protected area in Tanzania’s Arusha and Manyara Region. The park contains different animals which include; Elephants , Buffaloes ,Impalas, Antelopes, Zebras, Warthogs, Monkeys , Hippos ,Hyenas, Baboons, wildebeests , Giraffes etc and over 350 species of birds like; Eurasian Migrant Birds, Acacia Associated Birds, Raptors and 3 endangered Tanzania species like black collared love birds and ashly starling birds etc. Manyara national park is also famous for its Flocks of flamingos and tree climbing Lions. There are different attractions and activities in manyara national park which include; game drive since the park has more animals, you spot various animals while migrating from Tarangire , boat cruise at manyara lake, hot air ballooning, bird watching/birding since the park contains more bird species, nature walks in the park, , flying safaris, cultural visit in the local homes and many more activities. The park has different accommodations; Budget ,Mid range and luxury which are convenient and affordable to guests choices especially In the northern part of Lake Manyara national park.