Arusha National Park
This 137km² gem of Tanzania is often
overlooked by the vast majority of tourists.
Arusha National 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 with the largest being Momella Lakes.
The spectacular Ngurdoto Crater is often
called “little Ngorongoro”. Arusha
National Park is home to Mount Meru, Tanzania’s
2nd highest mountain.
Mammal species include elephant, buffalo,
various primates, zebra, hippo, giraffe and