Cycling tour in Mto wa Mbu
Cycling tour in Mto wa Mbu: If you prefer to see the surrounding countryside with the flexibility of being on two wheels, then a bike tour is highly recommended. Guided by a guide you will cycle through the green surroundings of Mto wa Mbu during this 2-3 hour excursion. You drive through the village, banana plantations, rice fields and also stop at the shore of Lake Manyara National Park.
After the cycling tour around the park visit the local community that lives in Mtu Wa Mbu village to learn about their culture. After the tour, stop at one of the local restaurants for a hot lunch before proceeding with a short ascent to the rift valley escarpment for spectacular views of Lake Manyara National Part and the rest of the landscape. This is where flamingos and wildebeest often mingle on the shore.
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