Wanajamii; Ningependa sasa wote tuungane katika kuorodhesha Utajiri na Rasilimali za Taifa tulizonazo. Kwa kufanya hivyo tutapata nafasi ya kutafakari na kujadiliana kwa kina ni nini kifanyike ili Utajiri na Umasikini tulionao tuweze kuondokana nao. Ningependa tunapoongelea kila utajiri ulioorodheshwa tuongelee kitaalamu zaidi ya nini kifanyike hasa ili rasilimali husika itunufaishe na kwa kiasi gani. Katika uzi huu, naomba tuaorodheshe rasilimali na utajiri tulionao katika sekta mbalimbali mfano: madini, mbuga za wanyama, nk. Nashauri rasilimali na utajiri wote tulionao ambao tutauorodhesha, uambatane na data ili tuweze kudadavua na kukokotoa kujua ni namna gani tutaitumia rasilimali au utajiri huo. Hifadhi za Taifa: Source: The official site of the Tanzania National Parks - Home Arusha National Park The closest national park to Arusha town – northern Tanzania's safari capital –Arusha National Park is a multi-faceted jewel, often overlooked by safarigoers,despite offering the opportunity to explore a beguiling diversity of habitatswithin a few hours. The entrance gate leads into shadowy montane forest inhabited by inquisitiveblue monkeys and colourful turacos and trogons – the only place on the northernsafari circuit where the acrobatic black-and-white colobus monkey is easilyseen. In the midst of the forest stands the spectacular Ngurdoto Crater, whosesteep, rocky cliffs enclose a wide marshy floor dotted with herds of buffaloand warthog. Further north, rolling grassy hills enclose the tranquil beauty of the MomelaLakes, each one a different hue of green or blue. Their shallows sometimestinged pink with thousands of flamingos, the lakes support a rich selection ofresident and migrant waterfowl, and shaggy waterbucks display their largelyre-shaped horns on the watery fringes. Giraffes glide across the grassyhills, between grazing zebra herds, while pairs of wide-eyed dik-dik dart intoscrubby bush like overgrown hares on spindly legs. Although elephants are uncommon in Arusha National Park, and lions absentaltogether, leopards and spotted hyenas may be seen slinking around in theearly morning and late afternoon. It is also at dusk and dawn that the veil ofcloud on the eastern horizon is most likely to clear, revealing the majesticsnow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro, only 50km (30 miles) distant. But it is Kilimanjaro's unassuming cousin, Mount Meru - the fifth highest inAfrica at 4,566 metres (14,990 feet) – that dominates the park's horizon. Itspeaks and eastern footslopes protected within the national park, Meru offersunparalleled views of its famous neighbour, while also forming a rewardinghiking destination in its own right. Passing first through wooded savannah where buffalos and giraffes arefrequently encountered, the ascent of Meru leads into forests aflame withred-hot pokers and dripping with Spanish moss, before reaching high open heathspiked with giant lobelias. Everlasting flowers cling to the alpine desert, asdelicately-hoofed klipspringers mark the hike's progress. Astride the craggysummit, Kilimanjaro stands unveiled, blushing in the sunrise.