Tanzania Park Adevntures
Day Tour Packages (EAC Residents)
- Prices indicated below are per person & start from at least 4 people.
- Groups of 7 people get additional discounts.
|Arusha National Park||$110|
|Tarangire National Park||$120|
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Northern Circuit Safari
If you haven’t already booked your Northern Circuit safari before you arrive in Tanzania, then Arusha is a good place to do it as there are no shortage of safari companies offering trips to the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire.
Arusha National Park
The park doesn’t have all of the ‘Big Five’, but it does have plenty of zebras, buffalo and giraffes and you may also see hippos, elephants, hyenas and leopards – although these last four sightings are rarer. Walking safaris are also possible here and may be included as part of your package!
Tarangire, Manyara, Serengeti and Ngorongoro National Parks
Delegates can plan a one-day visit to these famous natural parks.
Take a Nature Walk at Lake Duluti
Lake Diluti is a volcanic crater lake in the foothills of Mount Meru, ideal for a half-day trip from Arusha, around 13kms. It is surrounded by a rocky escarpment and lush forests. The area attracts many beautiful bird species, including egrets, grey herons, kingfishers and fish eagles, as well as butterflies, primates and reptiles, making it a great place for nature walks and birders. You can also take a guided canoe trip out on the lake with views of Mount Meru and when the sky is clear you will be able to view Mount Kiimanjaro in the background.
Visit the National Natural History Museum (Makumbusho Elimu ya Viumbe), Arusha
The place which is located next to the Regional Commissioners Arusha offices, is also known as the Old Boma Museum. This old fort, which was built by the Germans in the early part of the 20th Century, is now home to the National Natural History Museum. Divided into three parts, the museum houses an exhibit on the evolution of mankind, as well as displays of fossils, stuffed animals and plenty of historical photographs. Famous for images and pictures of birds and other wild animals.
Visit the Cultural Heritage Centre
As you drive to the Serengeti, you’ll probably pass the Arusha Cultural Heritage Centre which is an entire complex housing a museum, art galleries, antique shops, gift shops, a cinema, a spice centre, a restaurant, a coffee shop, a spa…
Tanzanite Museum Behind Safari Hotel
Located at the central business district in Arusha, this visit requires a wel organized group of about ten (10) people allowed to visit the museum.