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Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park

Covering an area of 137 square km, Arusha National Park protects a remarkable diversity of habitats. The eastern slopes and 4566 metres-high peak of Mount Meru, the fifth-highest mountain in Africa, lie within the park.

Ngurdoto Crater is a fully intact 3 km-wide, 400 metres-deep volcanic caldera with a forest-fringed rim and lush green floor.

Another attraction is the Momella Lakes, a group of shallow alkaline lakes fed by underground streams.


They all have different mineral contents and are slightly different in color. The lakes are some of the best places to see water birds in Tanzania: Flamingo, Pelican, little Grebe and a variety of Heron, Duck and Wader are common. Buffalo, Elephant, Hippo, Giraffe, Zebra and a variety of Antelope are regularly seen in the park. Blue Monkey are common in all the forests, and black-and-white Colobus can be seen on Mount Meru and on Ngurdoto crater rim. The only large predators in the park are Leopard and spotted Hyena.


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