The entrance to the Jangwani Corridor is nearby and the corridor itself is located just between Lake Manyara National Park and the natural wall of the Great Rift Valley. It is an area for cattle grazing and a way for wildlife to migrate to the north undisturbed. This corridor extends from the northeast corner of Lake Manyara NP southeast for 10 km to Eslalei Village and continues for 20km to Manyara Ranch. The width of the corridor ranges from 3.5 to 6 km. Most of Lake Manyara’s wildlife can be found here as well. The special thing about the Jangwani corridor is the fact that it allows for biking safaris during the day. A guide will come along on this truly unique experience.