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Mountain Trekking in Tanzania

Tanzania is the unique country with highest mountains and highlands almost all over to experience the astonish and marvelous views , and the most common mountain in Tanzania and Africa in general is Mount Kilimanjaro (“Roof of Africa”) which is the free standing mountain below the equator in a tropic zone with a snow cape. This mountain is endurable either by ascending all the way up to the top of the of it, the summit with 5895m above sea level or walking through to the foot hills and the lush forest of it. We are saying “come to Tanzania and conquer the Kilimanjaro Mountain and enthralling the beauty and wonder of the Mother Nature” in the magic land. With it six official route of Umbwe, Londorosi, Marangu, Machame, Lemosho and Rongai, this mountain can be climbed by numerous number of days.

Apart from Kilimanjaro there’s a very close by Mount Meru which is the second popular mount in Tanzania with 4566m above sea level and standing just about 80 km in the eastern horizon of Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru is part of Arusha National Park and its grades attracts abundant of animal: elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, baboons, black and white colobus monkeys and antelopes. With a diminutive number of days to climbing Mt. Meru provide the visitors to explore the volcanic movement that shape the World into the heaven nature.

In Tanzania even unfetters ones will hike and conquer our magnificence peaks and rewarded a lifetime experience.


6 Days Machame Route

Specialist Tour Operator offering safaris into East, West and Southern Africa. John is a seventh generation South African who has guided in most parts of Africa for over 25 years, and Debbie is

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7 Days Rongai Route

The Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north, close to the Kenyan border. Though gaining popularity amongst climbers, Rongai has low traffic. It is the preferred route for those looking

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Mount Meru

4 Days Meru Climbing

Mt. Meru is located in the heart of Arusha National Park and it is 50 miles west of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Mt. Meru is a massive volcano reaching 14,980 feet (4,565 meters). This trek serves as an ideal warm up for Mt. Kilimanjaro

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8 Days Lemosho Route

The Lemosho Route is an unspoiled, remote, little-used, and beautiful way up to the Shira Plateau. Above the plateau, you approach Kilimanjaro’s great western Breach, then follow the south circuit to reach the easier Barafu Route.

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5 Days Marangu Route

The Marangu Route is the easiest and shortest route to Kilimanjaro’s summit and is known as the “Coca Cola” or “tourist” route. This is the only route on Kilimanjaro with the comforts of solar-powered

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Oldoinyo Lengai

6 Days Oldoinyo Lengai Trekking

escribed by scientists as a geochemical sanctuary, protected by UNESCO and recently named Geopark Ngorongoro-Lengai. It is a perfect volcanic cone that rises above the Rift Valley to a height of 2,890 m.

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High altitude training systems enable climbers to pre-acclimatize at home, drastically improving the success rate, safety and enjoyment of the climb.

Altitude training systems simulate high altitudes to induce beneficial biological adaptations in the body. Besides going to (and staying in) high altitude places, using a high altitude training system is only way to pre-acclimatize to high altitude before your trip.

The best exercise that you can do to prepare for Mount Kilimanjaro is hiking.

There are training regimens on other operator’s sites which entail strict, extensive, cross-training programs, featuring hiking, running, biking, swimming, weight training, etc. Do not be alarmed by this. Those programs are excessive and unnecessary to sufficiently prepare for climbing Kilimanjaro. The best and perhaps only exercise you need to do is to hike – period. After all, that is what you will be doing on the mountain. Ideally, you should try to hike as much as possible on hills or mountains to simulate ascension on Mount Kilimanjaro. Doing day hikes is superb training. For those who do not have access to trails, but have membership to a gym, you can train very productively on a stair master machine. If you have no access to trails or a gym, then try to walk as much as you can, with extended walks on the weekends.

All climbers should have a medical check prior to attempting the mountain. Ask your doctor if high altitude trekking is permissible for your age, fitness level and health condition. Ask if you have any preexisting medical conditions that can cause problems on the climb. Ask if any of your medications can affect altitude acclimatization. Ask whether Diamox can be taken with your existing prescription medicines.

The minimum age for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is 10 years old. There is no maximum age. However, the climb is strenuous and presents health risks, especially to people in high risk categories. Serious consideration should be given to anyone under the age of 18 and over the age of 60. The climbers on the extreme ends of the age spectrum should definitely consult their doctor.

Foreigners seeking to enter the United Republic of Tanzania should be in possession of a valid passport, at least six months prior to expiration. The passport is to be presented to the Immigration Control Officer at any entry point: border station, airport, harbor. The passport must be presented along with one of the following:

  • A valid visa
  • Resident permit
  • A pass

A visitor must also present an onward or return ticket together with proof that the visitor has sufficient funds to support himself or herself while in Tanzania.

All foreigners from non-Commonwealth countries are required to have a valid visa unless their countries have agreements with Tanzania under which the visa requirement is waived. Exemptions: Citizens of Commonwealth countries are not required to obtain visas unless they are citizens of the United Kingdom, Canada, Nigeria, or India. The visa is permission granted to a foreigner who intends to travel to Tanzania on business, for a holiday, to study or conduct research, or for other approved activities. When entering Tanzania, the visitor with a visa may then obtain from the immigration control officer, a pass or any other authority to enter the country.

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