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Momela Cultural Tourism Fact Sheet 
Momela Cultural Tourism is situated along Momela Lake near buffer zone of Arusha National Park in Arusha Regional, Northern Party of Tanzania. A unique Cultural Tourism Enterprise to Arusha National Park, the destination endowed with colorful birds species, Momela lakes, Mount Meru, Montane forest, fascinating Meru ethnic, historical sites, dramatic scenery and beautiful sunset. Momela Cultural Tourism offers the great opportunities to explore nature, local culture of Tanzania ethnic and suitable accommodation services in spacious ecological friendly permanent camp, cottages and campsite area nestled along Big Momela shore famous for Flamingoes in the buffer zone of Arusha National Park.

The geographical location of Momela Cultural Tourism situated at Miririni village, Liguria Ward on the shore of Big Momela lakes of Arusha National Park in the Arusha region. Arusha city is the famous tourist hub of East Africa lying northern part of Tanzania. The Miririni Village is in the Eastern part of Arusha National park.

Momela cultural tourism accessed through road and also by air through Kilimanjaro International Airport and Arusha airport which found in the region. The distance is approximately 40 km from Kilimanjaro International Airport, 45 km from Arusha city.

Accommodation Facilities
An Eco friendly “green” tented camp with all the facilities operating in an environment tally friendly fashion. The Momela Cultural Tourism offers a suitable accommodation services with our four permanent tents, a wide ground area for Camping and newly built four full fashioned cottages. 
All the tents built on a raised wooded platform with a verandah viewing the big Momela Lake were guests can enjoy viewing thousands of flamingos. Each tent with ensuite facilities the shower, hand basin, flush toilet and the electric power
Full Day Nature Walking
Enjoy full day nature walking tour experience the unlimited outdoor adventure in the natural environment. Momela Cultural Tourism situated on the shore of big Momela lake near buffer zone area of Arusha National Park close to Arusha city Tanzania. A community based cultural tourism near Arusha national park with wide range of natural and natural heritage attractions Momela lakes home to thousands of flamingos, Mount Meru, natural vegetation wildlife species and historical sites.  
The cultural and historical community based tourism organization that offers cultural tourism activities with accommodation facilities, the spacious ecological friendly permanent tents and campsite area nestled on the rim of shallow soda lake of big Momela Lake a haven for flamingos and other water bird species.
Momela Cultural Tourism organization focus on improving life standard of local community and assurance of quality service to customers while encouraging environment conservation and cultural preservation.
Organizing nature walking tour, bird watching, cultural tour, historical safari, hiking tour, trekking/climbing mountains and nature wildlife tour in Tanzania.
Tents can be arranged as doubles, twins or singles according to the needs of the guest.
Cultural Experience 
Discover the culture and history of Wa-Meru tribe who lives around Meru Mountain. Visiting their villages to learn their culture and traditional ways of life.
Climbing and Trekking Mountains
An adventurous and energetic activity to explore the highest peaks of mountains and hills experiencing an unforgettable adventure in Tanzania.

Children under 2 years sharing a room with 1-2 adults are accommodated on a complimentary basis. Children 2 to 12 years of age sharing a room with 2 adults are charged 50% of the per person adult rate. If own room is required 75% of the adult rate is charged.  
Children 13 to 17 years of age are charged 75% of the per person adult rate whether sharing or on their own.



We are committed to promote development of community through employment opportunities, supply of pure and clean water, creating market for local products produced by community also encouraging local culture preservation and conservation of environment for sustainable development and sustainable tourism 

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