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Meserani Snake Park

Meserani Snake Park (Duka Bova) – for those fascinated with snakes and reptiles, a Meserani Snake Park tour is a must for your visit! Located 20 km west of Arusha (on the way to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro center), you’ll have the chance to see some of the most dangerous snakes in the world, such … Continue reading Meserani Snake Park

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Lake Duluti

Lake Duluti – this is a crater lake in the Arusha region of Tanzania, on the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley. It is located in Arumeru District near the town of Tengeru and is 14 km from Arusha city. The Lake provides the perfect habitat for water birds, and … Continue reading Lake Duluti

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Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve – located 17 hours (1,000 km) south of Arusha, Selous is Africa’s oldest and biggest game reserve, and one of its last great wilderness areas. Measuring twice the size of Switzerland, it is the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Africa and is widely accredited as being the most pristine wilderness. This UNESCO … Continue reading Selous Game Reserve

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Usambara Mountains

Usambara Mountains – located 9 hours (491 km) southeast of Arusha, the Usambaras consist of two mountain blocks; the smaller is the East Usambaras lying closer to the coast with slightly higher rainfall. This block is less populated and its primary attraction is the Amani Nature Reserves, approached from Muheza, with its botanical garden, butterfly … Continue reading Usambara Mountains

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Marangu Waterfalls

Marangu Waterfalls (Mt. Kilimanjaro area) — with 150 meters in height, this is considered the highest waterfall in the Kilimanjaro region. In the local dialect, “Marangu” means “a place with too many water streams” – noting the abundance of water in that area. Within these waterfalls, if you want to swim in chilly waters, don’t … Continue reading Marangu Waterfalls