Arusha National Park is a picturesque and diverse national park located near Arusha, Tanzania. Despite its smaller size, the park showcases a range of stunning landscapes, including the Ngurdoto Crater, Momela Lakes, and the mighty Mount Meru. The Ngurdoto Crater offers dense forests and serves as a habitat for various wildlife species, such as elephants and monkeys. The Momela Lakes, surrounded by grasslands, attract numerous bird species and provide breathtaking views. Mount Meru, the second-highest mountain in Tanzania, is a popular hiking destination, offering magnificent panoramas and a challenging but rewarding experience.
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0800h Pick up from Arusha town and drive to Arusha National Park with lunch box.
The park (137km²), has terrain ranging from open savannah through acacia scrublands to Afro-montane
cloud and rain forest and Afro-alpine vegetation similar to Mount Kilimanjaro. There are several alkaline lakes
and the spectacular Ngurdoto Crater. Mammal species include elephant, buffalo, various primates, giraffe and
leopard. Hiking is allowed if accompanied by an armed guard and the climb up Mount Meru is superb, often
giving the best views available of Mount Kilimanjaro. At 4,556m, Mount Meru is the fifth highest mountain in
Africa and is located in the Arusha National Park.
The tour ends in Arusha town at around 1700hrs.