The Lake Manyara National Park is alive in August, which means herds of animals gather near bodies of water. A dry season also implies you have a high chance of encountering wildlife everywhere you go, as animals roam free around the park and near the lakes. We suggest you plan your African safari adventure during this time of year as accommodation rates are cheaper due to a fewer number of tourists than earlier in the year. August also gives way to unique landscapes because trees like acacia and baobab fully flourish for this season. The fields are painted with hues of green due to the abundance of vegetation, which makes stunning photos for your getaway. During August, however, is a cold climate. Hence, make sure to bring warm clothes to keep you comfy especially during the night.