Category: Trekking

Climbing on the roof of Africa is a challenge to be faced at least once in a lifetime.

Kilimanjaro, a volcano that has been inactive for millennia, awaits you with its 5,895 meters of altitude. A legendary mountain that is perpetually covered with snow and stands alone in the savannah: a unique spectacle of its kind.

But, beyond that popular peak, Tanzania has incredible, lesser-known hiking and trekking possibilities, like Mount Meru and Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano that are all worth strapping on your boots for.

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Kilimanjaro

This legendary peak is located in the heart of Kilimanjaro National Park and awaits you from the height of its 5,985 meters. Kilimanjaro is not only the African’s tallest mountain and one of the...

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Mount Meru

Mount Meru is the fifth highest mountain of the African continent and the second highest in Tanzania with an elevation of 4,566 m above sea level. The mountain dominates the ecosystem of Arusha National...

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