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Thanks Safari Arts Expeditions for a trip of a lifetime!!! Walter masterfully organized our group a custom trip that fit everything we needed and wanted to do. We felt safe and secure throughout the trip. It was extremely helpful to have guides who were native to the area and provided “Local” insights into what were the best options to do. Both Walter and Roy were walking wildlife encyclopedias, and were extremely informative for the various plants, animals, habitats and other local artifacts. Their knowledge of Africa’s nature, allowed us to see an abundance of animals, and explore areas that would seem often overlooked. All our needs were satisfied beyond expectations. The food and accommodations were great! With comparing prices of other safari companies, I found Safari Arts to be close the best price found. Considering the customized package, the price and the quality, the value of this trip is near impossible to beat. With great appreciation, I whole-heartedly give full recommendation of this company.
- Chad Armstrong

   

  

 

  

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Education infrastructure for public school in Tanzania by walter
Plant tree and cleaning the Arusha city by walter
About Mount Meru in Arusha National Park by walter

Mount Meru is the second highest peak in Tanzania; it rises up to 4566m (14990”). Mount Meru sits in the Arusha National Park, a small park (137 sq km or 53 sq miles) located in northern Tanzania. It is a very beautiful mountain known for its landscape and biodiversity of plants and wild animals. Mount Meru is not as well known as its neighbor Mount Kilimanjaro.

About Mount Kilimanjaro by walter

While the African people have known and used Mt. Kilimanjaro for hundreds of generations, the first recorded reference to the mountain were made by foreigners. Oddly enough, even though Kilimanjaro is a very large mountain and close enough to the trading caravan routes to be a key landmark for outsiders, there seems to be very few historical records.

Place to visit in Tanzania by walter

In the 19th century, Bagamoyo was a major port of the ivory trade and the terminus for the slave caravans, and briefly served as the capital of German East Africa. Fine Arabic and German colonial buildings are preserved in a lovely coastal setting.