Arusha National Park is relatively smaller than other national parks in Tanzania. But a large number of international tourists visit Arusha National Park each year Park to explore Mount Meru. Along with Mount Meru, the tourists also love to observe the Momela Lake and the Ngurdto Crater. Some visitors even go for safaris twice a day – once in the morning and once in the evening – to witness a variety of wild animals including elephants, leopards and hyenas.
There are also a number of visitors who love to take forest walks during morning and noon to explore the scenic beauty and wild life of Arusha National Park. At the same time, many tourists visit the region during June to February to climb Mount Meru. Many tourists even find it daunting to decide things to do and places to explore in Arusha National Park. WAPO African Safaris understands the varying choices and preferences of various tourists visiting Arusha National Park.
We deploy native guides and staff to ensure that the visitors can explore the scenic beauty, wilderness and wildlife of Arusha National Park in a comfortable way. Out guides help visitors to spend time at various popular picnic spots in the area. They also recommend the best time to start the safari to witness the wild animals easily. Our team also understand the equipment and services required by the visitors to climb Mount Meru safely and comfortable.
WAPO African Safaris further allows tourist to choose from several safari packages. Based on their preference, the tourists can explore several national parks in Tanzania including WAPO African Safaris. Otherwise, the visitors can spend adequate time in Arusha National Park, and indulge in adventurous activities like climbing Mount Meru. Our team helps visitors to make their Tanzanian holiday memorable by exploring the major tourist attractions in the region in the most comfortable way.
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