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1 Day Safari: Walking Safari in Arusha National Park

Arusha, Tanzania
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Duration

1 Day

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

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Overview

About the day trip walking safari in Arusha national park

Walk freely alongside the wildlife of Tanzania and visit unique sights. A great way to start your Safari Experience. At the foot of Mount Meru lies Arusha National Park. A beautiful park, famous for its green surroundings, lakes, unique sights a, colobus and its black and white colubus monkey. A walking safari is an unique and thrilling experience and a chance to be up-close with wild animals, face to face. Something that is only possible incolobus and a few national parks.

What to expect: Walking safari in Arusha national park

You’ll start the Day with a short drive to Arusha National Park, this will take about 30 minutes (from Arusha). From here we’ll start driving trough the beautiful green surroundings of Arusha National Park to spot some local wildlife. All this with a stunning view of Mt. Meru on the background.

After, your local safari ranger will take you on a walking safari. The walking safari gives you a whole new and unique perspective of the national park and it’s super exciting! The scents and sounds of the African bush are best experience by foot. Here you’ll be walking alongside wild, freely roaming animals in their natural habitat. Your ranger is experienced and knows what you can or can’t to near wild animals. Listen to him, and you will have the best possible experience. Apart from sharing loads of knowledge about the animals you might encounter, your guide will also tell you all about the unique flora & fauna of Arusha National Park.

During the walking safari some unique sights will be visited, like the impressive waterfall that hides in the heart of the park, the Ngurdoto Crater and lake Momella, where thousands of pink flamingos can be often be spotted.

What to see on the walking safari:

Many visitors come here hoping to spot the elusive colubus monkey. G

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Day 1: Walking Safari in Arusha National Park

You’ll start the Day with a short drive to Arusha National Park, this will take about 30 minutes (from Arusha). From here we’ll start driving through the beautiful green surroundings of Arusha National Park to spot some local wildlife. All this with a stunning view of Mt. Meru in experiencethe background.


After, your local safari ranger will take you on a walking safari. The walking safari gives you a whole new and unique perspective of the national park and it’s super exciting! The scents and sounds of the African bush are best to onexperience on experience the foot. Here you’ll be walking alongside wild, freely roaming animals in their natural habitat. Your ranger is experienced and knows what you can or can’t to near wild animals. Listen to him, and you will have the best possible experience. Apart from sharing loads of knowledge about the animals you might encounter, your guide will also tell you all about the unique flora & fauna of Arusha National Park.


During the walking safari some unique sights will be visited, like the impressive waterfall that hides in the heart of the park, the Ngurdoto Crater and lake Momella, where thousands of pink flamingos can be often be spotted.day

Included/Excluded

  • -Day trip according to the itinerary
  • -Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
  • -Professional, English-speaking guide
  • -National Park Ranger
  • -Packed lunch box
  • -Mineral water
  • -All the mentioned activities
  • -All national park fees
  • -Flights
  • -Optional activities
  • -Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • -Visa fees
  • -Tips
  • -Personal spending money on souvenirs etc.
  • -Travel insurance

Tour's Location

Arusha, Tanzania

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