Lake Duluti is a crater lake in the Arusha place of Tanzania, on the eastern fringe of the eastern department of the Great Rift Valley. It is placed in Arumeru District near the town of Tengeru and is 14 kilometres eight.7 mi from Arusha town centre and 1.31 kilometres 0.81 mi from the Arusha-Moshi avenue. Lake Duluti covers approximately sixty three hectares 160 acres, and the encompassing Duluti Forestry Reserve covers about 19 hectares 47 acres of land. The private part of the lake, in its center, is ready nine m 30 ft deep; the shallow elements are at the lake's shore, wherein the intensity varies back and forth.
Lake Duluti is ready 1100m across and covers a place of 63ha. The partitions of the crater – up to 200m high – are frequently protected in a thick wooded area. These thick forests are home to many reptiles because it presents a suitable environment for searching and nesting. In fact, on a current go to to the crater, we had been rewarded with a sighting of an jap green mamba, who unluckily did now not hang around lengthy sufficient for a picture. Monitor lizards, some of which can be as large as 2m, may be seen basking on old broken timber.