Welcome to Escarpment Luxury Lodge, one of the best Luxury lodge in Lake Manyara National Park. Escarpment Luxury Lodge is one of the affordable Safari Lodge in Lake Manyara Tanzania. This luxury en-suite accommodation is perched high on the rim of the Great Rift Valley, with 16 private, tastefully decorated chalets, providing its guests breath-taking views of the picturesque biosphere around Lake Manyara National Park.
Each beautiful chalet offers the following luxury amenities:
Comfy Oversize Bed
Soothing Range of Bath Products
Deep Freestanding Bath
Private Outdoor Shower
Escarpment Luxury Lodge provides wide range of array of activities such as walking safaris, cultural tours, game drives, bush dinners and breakfasts, make this a truly idyllic destination to escape the stresses of daily life! So, Escape the world to live in harmony at Escarpment Luxury Lodge. Guest can enjoy at well integrated African Bush with spectacular views of beautiful Lake Manyara and the Great Rift Valley.
Enjoy nature sitting in the comfort and luxury of bar lounge. View the incredible beauty of the African Bush sitting in the luxury of the superbly appointed bar lounge at Luxury en-suite accommodation in Lake Manyara National Park. Our Lodge is perfectly integrated with nature that takes away you from the daily stress of your fast life giving you peace and tranquillity.
Guests are given a warm African Hospitality from friendly and sincere staff of lodge, to give them great memories. Escarpment Luxury Lodge provides host of amenities to its guests - Dining, Lounge Bar, Pool Area.
Venture out at Lake Manyara National Park with walking safaris from Escarpment Luxury Lodge to enjoying Game drives in Lake Manyara National Park.
A short time lapse video from Terlingua, Texas of the Chisos Mountains of Big Bend National Park.
VJ VaPoCRunCH spinster of videos for the southwest circuit. Terlingua and Marfa, Texas to Albuquerque, New Mexico spinning eyecandy for the world of electronica. Creative explosions contained on a giant dancefloor screen. VJ VaPoCRunCH
Busy beaver segment from "Dances With National Parks, an Intrepid Berkeley Explorer free video of over a dozen American National Parks and Monuments. To enjoy all of this film, and over 30 more free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on the IntrepBerkExplorer link below, and then on the direct link to my geocities Video Page that follows; or ask a search engine for:
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Our bicycle tour around Tasmania was exciting because of the unique wildlife like Tasmanian Devils and platypus as well as the unpredictable weather including rain, strong winds, and snow. We enjoyed visiting Cradle Mountain, Lake St. Clair and Mount Field National Parks.
Video Tour of Serengeti National Park, Serengeti, Tanzania. See www.tanzaniaodyssey**** for more videos in Tanzania and Zanzibar.
Video Tour of Ruaha National Park, Ruaha, Tanzania. See www.tanzaniaodyssey**** for more videos in Tanzania
Video Tour of Lake Manyara National Park, Lake Manyara, Tanzania. See www.tanzaniaodyssey**** for more videos in Tanzania and Zanzibar.
Video Tour of Chobe National Park Wildlife, Chobe, Botswana. See www.botswanaodyssey**** for more videos in Botswana
Pacific Ocean - Redwood National Park - May 2005
This is a beautiful overview of Joshua Tree National Park in California. It has some of the strangest vegetation and rock formations. Many people go here for rock climbing and it's also a great place for photography. Being that it's only a couple of hours from Los Angeles, It's also a favorite ride for motorcycle enthusiasts. All music used in this video is by permission and with license.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Glacier National Park Just .08 miles. one way from the trailhead of the same name off Going-to-the-Sun Road. Easy hike in and out. Not to be missed in your vacation travels
You can't visit Glacier National Park without taking this short 1.5 mile hike (one way) to absorb the beauty of this magnificiant waterfall.Take the St Mary Falls trailhead off the Going-to-the-Sun Road. Allow several hours espcially if you are a photographer. You will want to spend time at St. Mary Falls (.08 from trailhead one way) before you finish the easy hike to Virginia Falls. We spent a whole afternoon just watching, and hiking and soaking up the beauty. Another not-to-be-missed vacation spot.
Stunning aerials taken from a helicopter flying over Kenai Fjords National Park (near Seward, Alaska).
Ranthambore National Park, India is a haven for Bengal Tigers.
It is perhaps the most popular tourist destination to watch tigers in the wild. But despite the tourist dollars, the Park's main attraction, the Bengal Tiger is in danger of getting decimated here, as it has already happened in Sariska. Is it time we looked outside the park for the reasons, at the humanity which is living outside, their lives still connected to the Park- the people who are living with the Park?
This short film from WildBytes.tv, is a look at the popular tiger reserve as an integrated universe comprising its animals and people in the adjoining areas. The forest connects the two and neither one can flourish without the other. So is the policy of segregating the park as a preserve for animals alienating the people who lived in harmony with the park for decades, helping the Park? There are no quick answers. The camera shows people around the Park voicing their pride in and reservations about the Park. Is the Park management listening? For in the interest of preservation it seems foolish to ignore the distilled wisdom of people whose lives are in tune with nature.
The questions the film raises are:
1) Can we integrate life outside the Park with efforts at preservation?
2) Do the people living around the Park have a stake in protecting the Park and its animals?
3) Given a stake in the health of the park, a role in running it, will they develop a sense of pride and protect the animals inside?
4) Can conservationists help people living with the Park, see the linkage of the Park with their own well-being?
5) Will these people who have lived in harmony with the Park for many years, then develop a stake and pride in the Park and its animals?