Conquer the Roof of Africa with an unforgettable Kilimanjaro Mountain Climbing expedition! Standing tall as the highest peak on the continent, Mount Kilimanjaro beckons adventurers from around the globe to take on the ultimate challenge and reach its majestic Summit.
At 5,895 meters (19,341 feet), Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world; it is one of the Seven Summits. The snow-capped peak of Africa is a dormant volcano and can be found inside the Kilimanjaro National Park of Tanzania.
Who Can Climb Kilimanjaro? Anyone from children over 10 to older generations in their 60s and 70s! All you need is the guts and the will to get to the Summit. The real challenge with climbing Kilimanjaro is the altitude and ascent rate.
At a height of 4,566 meters (14,980 ft), Mount Meru is a dormant stratovolcano located in Arusha National Park, 70 Kilometres (43 miles) west of Mount Kilimanjaro in the country of Tanzania.
Typically Mount Meru Climb takes four days, but it can be done in 3 days to complete a trek to the Summit.
It’s a spectacular volcanic cone with one of East Africa’s most scenic and rewarding climbs, involving a dramatic walk along the knife edge of the crater rim.
Mount Ol doinyo Lengai
“Oldoinyo Lengai” means “The Mountain of God” in the Maasai language. The summit of this strato-volcano is 2962 meters above sea level and affords direct views into the caldera of Tanzania’s only officially certified active volcanoes and the world’s only carbonatite volcano; records of eruptions have been maintained since 1883, the largest of which deposited ash 100 kilometers away in Loliondo on the Kenyan border to the northwest.
It is located in northern Tanzania, just south of Lake Natron in the Rift Valley, in the heart of Maasai country, and locally regarded as a sacred mountain. Looking north from its summit crater, the hot, barren salt flats of Lake Natron stretch into the distance. To the south stretch the Crater Highlands and the Ngorongoro Game Reserve.