Explore Arusha


  Arusha city safari tours will lead you to several attractions in Arusha, which include museums and cultural attractions. explore various national parks while participating in activities such as hot air balloon safaris, exploring the Arusha National Park, visiting Lake Duluti, visiting the National Natural History Museum, participating in game drive safaris, exploring the Meserani Snake Park, and hiking Mount Meru. 

Game viewing in Arusha national park during your Arusha city safari tours

The Arusha National Park Day Tour is a popular tour that includes a wildlife drive as well as a guided nature walk led by an armed ranger. It is Tanzania’s sole national park that offers nature walks, which are rarely available on Arusha city safaris. Zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, elephants, waterbucks, warthogs, baboons, velvet monkeys, red forest duikers, Abyssinian black and white colobus monkeys, and even leopards have been spotted in the area. More than 400 bird species have been documented, including flamingos and other migrating birds from Eurasia, and can be seen from October to April. Tours of Arusha National Park are available all year, even during the rainy season in April and May.

Explore the Arusha National Natural and Historical Museum during your Arusha city safari tours.

The Old German Boma, built by the Germans in 1886 for administrative and communication functions, houses the National Museum of Natural History in Arusha. Human Evolution and Entomology are two permanent exhibitions. There are also temporary displays on view. Laetoli’s footprints are a prominent focal point of the exhibit. Laetoli’s footprints are most likely those of Australopithecus afarensis, an early hominid discovered in the same geological strata. The footprint is approximately 27 meters long, 3.6 million years old, and contains approximately 70 early human footprints.

Experience the Tanzania Museum experience during your Arusha city safari tours

Arusha city safari tours allow visitors to discover tanzanite, a very rare gemstone found only in the vicinity of Mount Kilimanjaro, making Arusha a center of craft production. Tanzanite hands-on tours, ranging from one to eight hours in length, provide an introduction to the history of this wonderful mineral, including how it was discovered and first mined. You will also have the opportunity to see how tanzanite is appraised and cut. Once you understand this gemstone, you can indulge yourself by purchasing a well-cut, genuine tanzanite at a charming boutique in the town of Arusha. This tour will take you to various boutiques filled with beautiful displays dedicated to blue and purple gemstones.

One of the most exciting activities in Arusha National Park is canoeing on Lake Momela. Flamingos, pelicans, ducks, geese, and other migratory aquatic birds thrive in alkaline shallow waters rich in algae. More than 650 bird species have been identified to date. On a clear day, the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro and the enormous Mount Meru can be seen on the other side. Visitors can go on canoe safaris to see buffalo, bushbuck, giraffe, hippopotamus, and the myriad waterfowl that frequent the canals. Pink flamingo flocks may also be seen.

Explore Snake Park in Meserani during Arusha City Safari Tours

Meserani Snake Park is found just 25 kilometers west of Arusha and is easily accessible by paved road. The park is a unique Arusha treasure that offers pleasant, entertaining, and instructive trips. During a guided tour of Meselani, you can learn about the world’s venomous and non-venomous snakes, including venomous snakes, crocodiles, and birds of prey, at the Maasai Cultural Museum. You can also photograph a live snake (non-poisonous and acclimated to humans) while moving your hands and neck.

Lake Duluti

Is a small crater lake in Arusha’s east. It takes about 20 minutes to get there from Arusha. Take a trekking safari around Lake Duluti, covering a distance of 6.7km in 3 hours. A walking excursion to and around the lake will provide you with an up-close view of Tengeru’s vegetation, as well as experience and knowledge of flora and fauna. You will learn about medicinal plants, Meru stories connected to the lake, and its mysterious will while enjoying the beautiful weather.

The Cultural Heritage Center of Arusha

 The Arusha Cultural Heritage Institution is a one-of-a-kind cultural center on the outskirts of Arusha that includes a curio shop, jewelry boutique, precious stone counter, bookstore, café, and a fantastic fine art gallery. Our products (paintings, ethnographic objects, and curiosities) are sold all over the world, and they are among the attractions that you can see during your Arusha city safari tours. We organize for you the lovely Arusha City Safaris for the best and most wonderful safari experience.