Located in the midst of Duluti Forestry Reserve, Lake Duluti was formed in a volcanic crater. Visitors can take a canoe ride in the lake or take a two-hour hike around the lake. Located in the reserve, this lake is filled with impressive flora and fauna.
One of Tanzania's spectacular safari jewels, the Arusha National Park offers a veritable mosaic of colorful landscapes. The shimmering blue of the lovely Momela Lakes in the north section of the park is perfectly complemented by the emerald grassy steppes that surround it. Dotting this sprawling landscape are all kinds of wildlife species, from vibrantly winged turacos and trogons to blue monkeys, giraffes and zebra. The most striking feature of the park however, is easily the majestic Mount Meru whose pinnacle can be seen once the morning haze clears.
Meserani Snake Park houses over 50 snakes and other birds and animals. This park offers guided tours, and visitors can learn a lot about some of the most unique snake species around the world. At the end of your day at the park, you can relax at their campsite, visit the on-site cultural museum or sip on a drink at the bar.
At an imposing altitude of 14967.19 feet (4562 meters), the Mount Meru gains the status of the second highest mountain in Tanzania, and the fourth highest in all of Africa. It is located to the west of the mighty and more glorified Mount Kilimanjaro and lies within the confines of the Arusha National Park. A gigantic mountain in its own right, Mount Meru is more popularly ascended by mountaineers as a acclimatization exercise for the more strenuous climb of the Mount Kilimanjaro.
Situated close to Mount Meru and surrounded by treasures like Mount Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park, the city of Arusha boasts a quaint disposition. Diverse in its culture, the city harbors a strong proclivity for rugby and football. Preserving its colorful heritage through markets and museums, the city of Arusha is a peaceful Tanzanian gem.