Trekking Kilimanjaro 5,895m.
Mount Kilimanjaro stands almost 6000 mitre above sea level making the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro the highest peak on the African continent and the tallest free standing mountain in the world. To climb Kilimanjaro and reach the summit of Kilimanjaro Mountain one will not need to be an experience mountaineer and no technical equipment needed for hiking Mount Kilimanjaro, to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro you need to be physically fit and good health and strength will persuade with a litter bit luck.
Marangu Route – the most comfortable and easiest way to the summit
Machame Route – incredible landscape, challenging trek
Lemosho Route – our most popular route, requires a little more commitment
Rongai Route – only route with a chance to see wildlife, best for people with high altitude experience.
Mount Meru Trekking 4,562m
Mount Meru located in northern Tanzania is the fifth highest mountain in Africa and the second highest mountain in Tanzania after the Kilimanjaro and dominates the Arusha National Park with its enormous cliffs. Mount Meru is often used as warm-up trekking in examining for the Kilimanjaro. Still, the technical requirements are greater on Mount Meru than on Mount Kilimanjaro Routes.
Mount Meru climbing
Mount Meru climbing, as small group tour and fix departure dates
Lemosho Route, as small group tour and fix departure dates
Oldoinyo Lengai Trekking
Mount Oldoinyo Lengai (mountain of gods) is an active volcano in northern Tanzania located just south of Lake Natron. Lengai is in the Rift Valley, in the heart of Masaai land. In Maasai language this is a sacred mountain, looking north from its summit crater the hot barren salt flats of Lake Natron widen into the distance. To the south widen the Crater Highlands and the Ngorongoro Game Reserve. The eastern sphere is conquered by Kilimanjaro and to the west the forested escarpments and hills containing the western slopes of the Rift Valley. About every seven years Lengai erupts and spirals of smoke balloon out of the crater. Almost always it is possible to walk across the crater floor, often to the edge of the molten lavas.