Snake park, maasai museum + camel ride

9 Hours

    Overview

    Meserani Snake Park houses snakes and reptiles that can be found in Tanzania. An experienced guide, who can tell you all about these animals, will accompany you. During the tour you will learn how the snakes defend themselves, where they live in nature and what they eat. There is also a bird sanctuary in the park and you can see different kinds of crocodiles and turtles.

    In the Massai Museum the Maasai tell you everything about their culture and even explain step by step how they build their houses. You will also learn more about their special holidays and rituals. The biggest difference to a visit of a Massai village is that in this museum you will go a little bit deeper into the way of life of the people of the Massai culture, the background of the tribe will be explained more detailedand there will be no demonstrations like there are in a Maasai village.

    Important details

    •  Duration: Half day
    • Transport: price on request
    •  Snake Park, Maasai Museum, Camel ride

      Itinerary

      If you’re fascinated by snakes and reptiles, a Meserani Snake Park tour is a must for your visit! Located 20km/13mi west of Arusha on the way to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro center, you’ll have the chance to see some of the most dangerous snakes in the world, such as a Black and Green Mamba, Egyptian Cobra, Puff Adders and much more. That’s not all ─ you can even hold a real live snake!

      During your Meserani Snake Park tour, you can also take a 30-minute camel ride to a Maasai village and visit the on-site Maasai cultural museum. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to see rare snakes and reptiles most people will never have the opportunity to lay eyes on. There is an admission fee which is included in the cost of the tour.

      How much is the ticket for Meserani Snake Park?

      The entrance fee is 15USD, they have windows where you can see the snakes, i was happy i got to see the black and the green Mamba

        What is the history of Meserani Snake Park?

        The Meserani Snake Park was established in 1993 near Arusha, Tanzania. The founders, Wade Bale and Deon Naude, bought ten acres of land in Meserani, which at the time was barren; since then they have breathed life into the area, and today the park thrives with hundreds of trees, plants and various fauna.

          What is found in snake park?

          In the grounds of the National Museum, the Snake Park has some impressive snake species, including the puff adder, black mamba, Egyptian cobra, African rock python and Gaboon viper (with 4cm-long fangs, the longest in the world). There are also local fish species, lizards, turtles and some sad-looking crocodiles.

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            Snake park, maasai museum + camel ride
            30% Off
            From $100 $70
            / Adult
            From $60 $40
            / Child

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