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Details of Treetop Walk

Offering a unique perspective of Tanzania's National Parks, Lake Manyara National Park's Treetop Walkway is a first of its kind in Tanzania.

Stretching for 500 metres and rising to a height of 18 metres above the forest floor, the Treetop Walkway is a fun new way to explore the park in addition to traditional game drives. 

Comprised of nine suspended bridges, the Treetop Walkway also features a number of viewing platforms from which you can take in the beauty of Lake Manyara from above.

Short Overview

Take in Lake Manyara National Park from a bird's eye view with this amazing new attraction. The Treetop Walkway, stretching for 500 metres and taking you up to 18m above the forest below, is a unique perspective of one of Tanzania's most beloved parks.

The Treetop Walkway can be added to any safari including Lake Manyara National Park, and takes approximately one hour to complete (with a few stops for snapping photos or being amazed by the view).

It can be done at any time of the day during park operating hours.

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