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Welcome to Arusha National Park

It is as beautiful as it is diverse. Hugely underestimated it is home to Tanzania’s second-highest volcanic mountain (Mt. Meru) as well as the Momela Lakes that spread across its North East boundary as far as the eye can see.

The 7 lakes are some of the deepest in East Africa, their rich source of algae acting as a constant food source for millions of flamingos.

Ngurdoto Crater along the park’s southern boundary is a natural amphitheater for plains game including herds of Cape Buffalo & giraffe. In complete contrast are the numerous swamps and the Serengeti Ndogo plains (a mini version of its namesake) teeming with game.

Park Attractions:

The Park is gifted with variety of attractions ranging from wildlife inhabiting the wilderness to craters and mountain peaks.

Getting there:

The Park can be accessed by road or air.

By Road: From Arusha town to Ngongongare gate, it is about 32 km.

By Air: It is about 40 km from Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Climate

The Park can be visited throughout the year; however, the best time is between June to September and from December to early March. The short rainy period is from October to November and the heavy rain season is from March to May. The park is located at an altitude between 1,700 and 4566 meters.

Activities :

Walking excursions include the Njeku waterfalls, mountain hiking, Lodge & Camping safaris, and daily excursions. Close proximity to Arusha makes this the perfect springboard for safaris in Northern Tanzania.

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