The mini-Serengeti – known locally as ‘Serengeti ndogo’ is an open grassland within Arusha National Park which has different species graze including elephants, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, warthogs, waterbucks.
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The mini-Serengeti – known locally as 'Serengeti ndogo' is an open grassland within Arusha National Park which has different species graze including elephants, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, warthogs, waterbucks. It's the first sight that you may view if you approach the park using Ngongare gate - especially if you use the Momela route, but only during the morning are the animals hanging in this region, which becomes scarce as the day continues and African Travelers Ltd will take you all through.
A wonderful picnic place on the slopes of Mount Meru, which offers fantastic views of Mount Kilimandjaro from a distance, but only on a clear day. More trustworthy views include the high altitude of much of the lowlands of Arusha National Park coupled with that of the Ngurudoto crater rim. The property is a natural, evergreen lawn half as wide, with an entry road at one end and two concrete benches at the other end. It is structured in fact like the campsites, except the buildings.
Momela Lakes is a lakeshore found in the Arusha National Park to the northeastern region, a highlight for the Tanzania Park tours, and comprises of 7 magnificent alkaline lakes produced by the volcanic ruins of a tremendous explosion that destroyed Mount Meru's peak some 250,000 years ago. Ujambo Wa Mbogo meaning "the glade of the büffalo" is a stunning sight in Arusha National Park in the north-east part of the park, a little west distance from Momela Gate and on the foothills of Mount Meru.