Makoa Farm Tour

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Details of Makoa Farm Tour

ARUSHA/MOSHI - MAKOA FARM 

You’ll be picked up from your Arusha or Moshi hotel after breakfast and make the short drive to Makoa Farm.

Visitors to the park can observe a variety of primates – including baboons, vervet monkeys, and blue monkeys – in their natural habitat.

They can also visit the rehabilitation centre, where local veterinarians and conservationists care for animals such as serval cats, mongoose, baboons, and more.

After a picnic lunch, you’ll return to your hotel or continue on to your next destination.

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You don’t need to travel to Uganda or Rwanda to have a close encounter of the primate kind!


Makoa Farm in the Kilimanjaro foothills is a primate rehabilitation centre where visitors can interact with a wide variety of animals such as primates, birds, and more!


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