Tanzania’s second highest mountain ripples with a velvet green texture and her tip is often shrouded in an ethereal mist. Although not as high as Kilimanjaro, she is a steep and treacherous mountain and hikers will need to travel with an armed guard to keep the claws and teeth of the local wildlife away. For those who want to acclimatize before tackling the weight of Kilimanjaro – then Meru can be the perfect bridge to cross.
Soaring above the landscape, the Arusha National Park is the gateway to Mount Meru which offers plenty of chance to witness local wildlife. Hike through the mist of mysterious waterfalls, climb over tangled rainforest ravines, and let a chorus of exotic birds be the soundtrack to your climb. Wander alpine deserts, watch the cloud move beneath your feet, and gaze in awe at the volcanic cones and steam hisses from this ancient volcano. As the crowds will be tackling the beast of Kilimanjaro you may find that you have Meru all to yourself.
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We work with professional mountain guide certified by wilderness First Aide and possess unique ascent strategies for maximize climber`s personal safety and summit chances.
For extensive safety, we train our team with First Aid, offer Oxygen Cylinders, Medical Kits and satellite phone to report from mountain, direct to our Expedition Coordinator.
For travelers with dietary needs, preferences, and allergies – our chefs can tailor make a menu to match your specifications.
Our Tour quote is commission free and markups all our operation and team based in the heart of Arusha Tanzania and we personal control all operations.
We have different range of itinerary for you to book or give your insight of what you want. We have introduce more than 600 travelers to Mount Kilimanjaro Annually
We use modern outdoor gears from Mountain Hardware, Vaude and North face to ensure the best possible acclimatization and preparation for the assault summit.
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