Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa (5859 meters) and the highest free standing mountain in the world.
There are six differnt routes to climb the mountain and tours can be arranged from five to nine days. The Marangu route offers hut accomodation, while the others provide tents.
If you want to connet your safari with climbing the roof of africa, let us know and we will tailor a hike which meets your needs.

Mount Kilimanjaro Hike

Mount Meru is Kilimanjaro's little sister at 4562 meters. It's steeper than Kilimanjaro, thus many consider it a more challegning climb. There is only one route to conquire the mountain which takes three or four days. Many climb Mount Meru as preperation for Kilimanjaro.

Mount Meru Hike

A 5-6 hour hike to the waterfall through villages, rainforest and down to the riverbed. We’ll see a variety of exotic birds and, if we’re lucky and we usually are, monkeys along the way. At the waterfall, we'll spend time relaxing, chatting, eating lunch and catching some sun. We recommend a good level of fitness as the path can get quite slippery along the riverbed.

Napuru Waterfall Hike

Located between Mt Meru and Kilimanjaro, the hot springs are surrounded by stunning rainforest and filled with well tempered water which invites visitors to swim. However, you can just relax and discover the area around the springs and admire Kilimanjaro from afar!

Hot Springs

At this lovely little village we will be welcomed by members of a local Maasai tribe. They will show us around, explaining their tradtion and ways of life. You'll go on a bush walk and learn of the different plants the Maasai use as medicine. When you return to the village a hot local lunch will be waiting for you. If you'd like, you can even learn local dance, Maa-language and other tradtitions. 

Maasai Village

Lake Duluti is situated around 10 kilometers away from the busy Arusha town center. The lake is surrounded by a great forest. We’ll take a two hour walk around the lake and through the forest, where we will have the opportunity to see birds, tropical plants and monkeys, after which we’ll enjoy lunch at the lake.

Lake Duluti and Forest Walk