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  • Mount Kilimanjaro

    Mount Kilimanjaro National Park is 128km from Arusha town, which covers an area of 755sq km (about 470sq miles), and Kilimanjaro is the crown of Tanzania. Rising in absolute isolation, at 5895 meters (19,339 feet), Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and one of the accessible high summits,…

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  • Spicy Island of Zanzibar

    Although Zanzibar and its neighbouring tropical island of Pemba do not have reserve or park status, they are worth mentioning here for the aquatic life, some rare primates and a fascinating history. Zanzibar is a common post-safari destination that adds a relaxing, exotic element to a hectic holiday.

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  • Serengeti National Park

    Serengeti National Park is 335km from Arusha town, and is one of the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world, it covers about 14763sq km terrain includes various types of vegetation: grassy plains, savannah with acacias, wooded hills and mountains are the backdrop for an extraordinary concentration…

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  • Arusha National Park

    This National Park is 32km away from Arusha town, which as an area of 137sq kms and was described by Sir Julian Huxley as ” a game amongst parks”. Arusha National Park, often overlooked, is in fat a treasure, a rich tapestry of habitats, teeming with animals and birds.

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  • Lake Manyara

    Lake Manyara National Park is 126km away from Arusha town, which covers an area of 330sq km (about 205sq miles), of which about 200sq km is the lake and is very famous for its tree-climbing pythons and tree-climbing lions, which spend most of the day, spread out along the branches of Acacia trees…

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  • Tarangire National Park

    This National Park, gazetted in 1970, is 118km away from Arusha town, which covers an area off 2600sq km that’s about 1600 miles and derivers its name from the Tarangire River that flows through the center of the park.

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  • Ngorongoro Crater

    The Ngorongoro Crater, at 2,286m above the sea level, and is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. Ngorongoro is 199km away from Arusha town, which is surrounded by very steep walls rising at 600 meters from the crater floor. The crater as been declared a world Heritage Site. Ngorongoro Crater…

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  • Selous Game Reserve

    Selous Game Reserve covers over 50,000 square kilometers, it is the largest game reserve in Africa, There are over 51,200 elephant, 109,000 buffalo and big herds of other large and small animals found in Africa, most importantly, some wild dog the Selous is another park with all this hyperbole which…

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  • Katavi National Park

    Covering an area of 2253 km2 Katavi National Park is located in Mpanda Districts, Rukwa Region about 40 km south east of Mpanda town. The name of the park immortalizes a legendry hunter, katabi, whose spirit is believed to posses a tamarind tree ringed with offerings from locals begging his blessings.

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  • Mikumi National Park

    Mikumi National Park is located on the northern border of Africa’s biggest game reserve – the Selous – and is transected by the surfaced road between Dar es Salaam and Iringa. It is thus the most accessible part of a 75,000 square tract of wilderness that stretches east almost…

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  • Ruaha National Park

    Ruaha National Park covers an area of 10,300 square kilometers, is the third largest game conservation area after Selous and Serengeti. Located in south central Tanzania, it is a remote a wild place which is way off the routes taken by most visitors to the country receiving a paltry number of visitors…

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  • Gombe Stream

    Gombe Stream is Tanzania’s smallest park (52 sq km) and is home of the world famous chimp reserve. It is located 16 km north of Kigoma on the shore of Lake Tanganyika in western Tanzania.

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  • Mahale Mountains

    Mahale Mountains, like its northerly neighbour Gombe Stream, is home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees: a population of roughly 800, habituated to human visitors by a Japanese research project founded in the 1960s. Tracking the chimps of Mahale is a magical experience. The…

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  • Mount Meru

    Apart from organizing treks on Mount Kilimanjaro and Kenya, we also plan for mount Meru trek in Arusha. Like Mount Kilimanjaro and Kenya; Mount Meru is a volcanic mountain with the height of 4566m, (14,000 ft) altitude above sea level.

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  • Oldonyo Lengai

    Oldonyo Lengai means “The Mountain of God”, in the Maasai language. It is approximately 150 miles north west of Arusha. It’s elevation is of 2886 meters. It is the most active volcano in Tanzania, with the last eruption being in 1983.

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  • Usambara Mountain

    The Usambara Mountain are situated in the northeastern part of Tanzania between Mount Kilimanjaro and the Indian Ocean Region of Tanga. It has been called the “Galapagos” of the plant world. This incredibly beautiful and lush area is a welcome retreat from Tanzania’s Game Parks…

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  • Mount Hanang

    Hanang District is situated in Manyara region, about 242 km south west of Arusha. Mount Hanang, standing at 3418m, is the fourth highest mountain in Tanzania and a dominant landmark in Hanang district.

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  • Udzungwa National Park

    Centered on 30o – 41oE and 7o – 48oS, the park falls in the Iringa and Morogoro Regions of south-central Tanzania. the park is bordered by the Great Ruaha River to the north and the Mikumi-Ifakara Road to the east. Park Headquarters are located at Mang’ula, 60km from Mikumi.

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