Arusha National Park, although smaller than most in Tanzania, has a range of habitats that consist of the forest of Mount Meru, Ngurdoto Crater in the southeast section of the park, and Momela Lakes, a series of seven crater lakes.
We accepts that it must work to preserve the environmental sustainability of the planet, at all levels of its operations – in its own practice, as a participant in a community of practice, and as a participant in the Kenyan social discourse.
How we help
Intoafrica Eco-travel through our principle of sustainable tourism has over the year given a helping hand to communities in the areas we visit so that they can get benefit from tourism. We have been involved in classrooms building in Oloorganaiyo in Masai Mara's Loita plains. Here 3 Classrooms have been completed. We also donate desks and textbooks. Other types of action include staying in Authentic tribal villages or accommodation facilities, sponsoring students through secondary education, tree planting etc.