Locate on the floor of the Great Rift Valley the escarpment wall gives the park a spectacular view. The park is famous for its tree-climbing lion with its underground water forest which supports many wildlife especially the primates and thousands of troops of yellow baboons. Hot water spring is one of the rare geological features that give visitors an opportunity to explore. It is 70°C warm enough to boil an egg.
What to do?
Activities in the park include;-
- Game drive
- Canoeing (when the water level is sufficient)
- Cultural tours around Mto Wa Mbu town
- Bird watching
- Treetop walking
How to get there?
- It’s 126km or 80 miles a 1.5-hour drive from Arusha town reached by road or chartered flight.
Accommodation (within and outside the park)
- Luxury treehouse-style camp, public and private campsite, luxury tented camps, and lodges along the rift valley.