It covers Mount Meru, a prominent volcano with an elevation of 4,566 meters in Arusha region of northeastern Tanzania. The park is small but varied with spectacular landscapes in three distinct areas. In the west, Meru crater funnels the Jekukumia River, the peak of Meru lies on its rim.
Arusha national park often overlooks in favor of its more famous neighbors, is in fact treasure, a rich tapestry of habitats, teeming with animals and birds.
Zebras graze on the park’s red grasslands, and leopards lurk next to a waterfall in the shadowy forest. More than 400 species of bird, both migrant and resident, can be found in Arusha national park alongside rare primates such as the Black and white Colobus Monkey