Trekking

man-trekkingWe have professional, well experienced guides and cooks who are proud of your success whether in conquering Mt. Kilimanjaro or Mt. Meru. Our staff is very dedicated with these trekking trips as they know the challenges in the matter of weather change and altitude sickness.

Most fit people with some mountain walking experience can make it to the top of Kilimanjaro and Meru. You do not need to be super fit, keep it slowly and be determined. We have an excellent reputation and high success rates of clients making it safely to the summit. But mostly, success depends on you to make some important choices; in particular which route you take and how many days you allow yourself in order to succeed.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the largest volcanoes in the world. It has three main volcanic peaks, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. With its snow-capped peak and glaciers, it is the highest mountain in Africa. The mountain has five main vegetation zones from the lowest to the highest point:  Lower slopes, montane forest, heath and moorland, alpine desert and summit. The whole mountain including the montane forest belt is very rich in species, in particular mammals, many of them endangered species.  For this combination of features but mostly its height, its physical form and snow cap and its isolation above the surrounding plains, Mount Kilimanjaro is considered an outstanding example of a superlative natural phenomenon.
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Mount Meru

Mount Meru (4566m) is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and a much underrated mountain climb because of its close proximity to Kilimanjaro. It is a horseshoe-shaped volcanic crater with a spectacularly narrow ridge and superb all round views. The cliffs of the inner wall below the summit are over 1500m high, and inside the caldera is a subsidiary peak called the Ash Cone (3670m) that last erupted only 100 years ago. There is an immense variety of tree and plant life, adding considerably to the interest of the trek. Mount Meru is part of Arusha National Park, and the lower slopes of the mountain shelter a variety of wildlife. The routes below Miriakamba Hut are more like walking safaris than mountain climbs and our guide is an informed and armed park ranger (in case we get too close to some of the animals!).
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