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Are you considering going to Tanzania and climbing Kilimanjaro or Mount Meru? Crazy! Then you probably have a lot of questions. No worries, we are happy to help you on your way and answer the most frequently asked questions about climbing Kilimanjaro or Mount Meru. With our handy tips you are well prepared for your trip.



Mount Meru, also known as Kili’s little brother, is the fifth highest peak in Africa. The summit of Socialist Peak is at 4,562m. Mount Meru is located in Arusha National Park, which gives you the real African safari feeling because you encounter all kinds of wildlife during the route. Don’t think Mount Meru is a walk in the park. You need to be in good shape if you want to climb Mount Meru. This climb is ideally done in 4 days. This gives you enough time to enjoy the beauty of the mountain while acclimatizing and minimizing the risks of altitude sickness.


Climbing Kilimanjaro is a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Do you also want to go to ‘the roof of Africa’? The ascent to Uhuru Peak, the summit at 5895 meters, is truly a unique and unforgettable experience. You can join a group or book a private climb, we provide an unforgettable expedition that is arranged down to the last detail. The top of Kilimanjaro is accessible to everyone with a good basic health. With the help of our expert guides and porters, you can conquer Africa’s highest mountain even without any technical climbing skills! You pass pristine landscapes and you walk to the top with spectacular views.

Of course, not everyone has to go all the way to the top of Mount Meru or the snowy peak of Kilimanjaro. There is plenty to see and experience during a day trip or a two-day trip on one of the two mountains. The many hiking trails in Arusha or Kilimanjaro National Park are easy to reach and offer a unique experience.

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