Some of the attractions inside Arusha National Park
Mount Meru (4566m) is one of Africa’s most beautiful volcanoes, it is the second-highest mountain in Tanzania after Kilimanjaro it is also the fifth-highest in Africa. Mount Meru is located in Arusha National Park, In order to climb Mount Meru, you must get inside Arusha National Park where you meet rangers who will escort you to the last camp and way down back to the park gate. The trekkers of this mountain will get the opportunity to see different wildlife as well as enjoy nature.
Buffalo Glade or “uwanja wa mbogo” in Swahili is a large natural glade consisting of bushes, marsh, and streams which are located approximately 500 meters west of Momela gate inside Arusha national park. This is a very important feeding ground for Buffalos, Giraffes, and Warthogs. It is also a popular path for walking safaris inside the National park. Visitors who walk to Mount Meru and Tululusia waterfalls pass through this amazing ground.
It is an alkaline lake located inside Arusha National Park, made up of seven lakes, such as small Momela, big Momela, Tululusia, Lekandiro, Kusare, El Kekhotoito, and Rishateni.
This is the largest of several alkaline lakes that are located inside Arusha National Park with a minimum depth of and 10metres and a Maximum depth of 30m which supports microalgae.
This is one of the multitudes of alkaline lakes that are located within Arusha National Park. It is the second-largest after big Momela with a minimum depth of 4 meters and a maximum depth of 10metres.
The Ngurdoto crater is one of the five beautiful volcanic calderas located inside Northern Tanzania in the Arusha region. With an approximate depth of 300 meters and a diameter of 3.2 km, its floor is suitable for walking safaris because it is too soft to drive on. Experience the beautiful rainforest and swamp while you enjoying to see wildlife such as Monkeys, DikDik, Elephants, and Buffaloes.
One of the attractions you can see in Arusha National Park is the Tululusia waterfalls. It is beautiful and the tall waterfalls are approximately 28 meters in height. The walking to the waterfalls starts from Momela gate and so, both waterfalls’ visitors and Mount Meru hikers share the same path.