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Arusha - Tanzania

Arusha National Park

Arusha Safari in Tanzania – The perfect way to bond with nature

There is no place else on earth that the progress between an immaculate rocky landscape and a clamoring city landscape is as unexpected as in Arusha National Park. Concealed in mainland Tanzania, the impressive Mt. Meru largely dominates this protected park and it wears the crown of the ‘most geologically unique and delightful natural life parks’. In addition to the fact that it shelters the Ngorongoro Crater, it is home to the planet’s biggest populace of African giraffes.

We ate DB East African Safaris organize the best Arusha safari in Tanzania welcoming you to explore and enjoy all these within your spending limit while having perfect comfort and safety.

The Location of Arusha

Arusha National Park is one of Tanzania’s most accessible national parks. This makes it an advantageous escape for Arusha Safari Tours either toward the start or toward the finish of one’s more extensive safari agenda. At only 552 square kilometers, there is no doubt that Arusha National Park is a little, however, it is an adventure loaded untamed life heaven

Best time to visit Arusha

As you plan your excursion to Arusha National Park, you ought to consider the season that you intend to visit as this significantly influences the untamed life encounters, activities and your solace with the atmosphere. Overall, the best time to visit Arusha is from June to October – the dry season when the creatures are easier to see as they gather close to freshwater sources, precipitation is negligible, foliage is less thick and there are fewer mosquitos. From November to December and March through May, the downpours change the scene as lavish, green grasses develop, and this is additionally when transitory birds land in the park.

Arusha is one of Tanzania’s hidden jewels, so the park center is rarely packed. January and February are additionally semi-dry a very long time as they are set in the middle of the two blustery seasons, for example, short and long. So you can now also plan your trip to Arusha. You just need to call us dialing +255 767 542 251 or +41 775 223 686 and we will take care of the rest.

Let us have a look at the experience that waits for you at Arusha.

The Wildlife 

The park is dabbed with a wealth of one of a kind well-evolved creature species, for example, the African elephant, Cape bison, hippo, zebra, giraffe, and even the camera-modest wildebeest. Getting very close to these unbelievable vertebrates is simple, as guided kayak excursions and our safari packages are promptly accessible at the park. Besides, Arusha’s unrivaled assortment of interesting landscapes incorporates a broad open savanna that later offers a route to a fix of acacia scrubland before, at last, coming full circle in a rich rainforest. The snow-capped conditions in the elevated sides of the glorious Mt Meru just add to the beautiful background of this national park.

Activities not to miss 

There is no deficiency of significant activities at Arusha. Probably the best time to visit this secured untamed life asylum is during the area’s dry season, which is from June to October. Arusha Park is a phenomenon throughout the entire year bird viewing hotspot however, for the most part from November right to April when the long far off transitory birds are in the territory. A portion of these birds will fly from to the extent of North Africa and Europe to breed in this captivating area.

We organize our Arusha safari tours & packages in such a manner that you have the pleasure of exploring and enjoying all these under the guidance of our local guides. We also arrange for the best of accommodation and transport so that you have comfort, safety and solace during your safari tour.

The Park’s Highlights 

As you appreciate the sights of the white and black Colobus monkeys, you will have an unclouded perspective on Mt. Meru, the continents’ fifth-highest mountaintop. It is likewise fascinating to realize that the mountain is yet a functioning fountain of liquid magma and surging vapor can be at times seen ascending from the highest summits.

The other attractions not to miss

Natural History Museum 

This museum inside the old German boma, finished in 1900, has three sections. The best is the wing committed to human advancement since much of what we think about the subject originated from fossils uncovered in Tanzania. There are likewise displays on insects, the historical backdrop of Arusha during the German colonial time, and untamed life photographs and mounts.

Meserani Snake Park

The assortment of snakes and different reptiles here is the primary draw, but on the other hand, there is a cliché yet educational Masai cultural center with mock-ups of home and shrubbery life, which you will visit with a Masai warrior.

Arusha Declaration Museum 

Notwithstanding the promising topic – the museum praises the momentous 1967 revelation by then-president Julius Nyerere calling for African independence, communism and ujamaa. A large portion of the space is loaded up with photographs of government authorities. It improves marginally from that point onward, with some photographs from the colonial era and a bunch of ethnographic ancient rarities.

To explore and enjoy all these you just need to call us at +255 767 542 251 or +41 775 223 686 and discuss your desire with us. We will make your dream come true for sure.