Planning your trip with us
Why you should choose us?
Our obsession with mountain climbing in Tanzania started 45 years ago, We have planned more than a thousand trips for clients. This could not be possible without our best professional guides and porters. We give advice to the client involved In information about all major routes and the best time to climb, Duly to our best years of experience.
With us, you can climb to the roof of Africa (mt. Kilimanjaro) and its neighbors with come close to our eyes, Mount Meru. Whatever ambition pushes you to climb any of these mountains, we are here to help you! without any doubt climbing any of these mountains will be the most rewarding experience of your lifetime. CLIMB WITH THE EXPERTS.
Here is a quick list of all the common questions that you may be asking yourself about trekking. We’ve included our personal recommendations.
Which equipment's needed for trekking ?
CLOTH: Jackets, trousers, Shirts, Hiking underwear, Hiking boots, Sneakers, Thermal socks, Gaiter, Gloves, Sleeping bag, Neck warmer. Inflatable pillow.
GADGETS : Sunglasses, balaclava, headlamp, trekking poles, personal medical items, Sun Hat, Large Volume Water Bottle, Baby Wipes, Sweat Resistant Suncream, Blister Plasters, Insect Repellant, Camera, Passport, Visa, Insurance, Yellow Fever Card
you don’t need any preparation for climbing Kilimanjaro or Meru, the main reason why people fail to reach the top due to altitude sickness and lack of time to acclimatise the rarified air, and not the body fitness.
What is the best season to climb mt. kilimanjaro & Mt. meru?
Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed most of the year, although it is inadvisable during the rainy season, which is April and May and during the short rains in November.
How much is it cost to climb Mt. kilimanjaro ?
How much is it cost to climb Mt. meru ?
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast
There are many trails on the mountain to reach the summit.
Machame route is regarded as the most beautiful, a lovely gradual ascent through the forest bringing the walkers out onto the moorland of the Shira plateau.
Marangu Route (another name Coca Cola) – (5-6 days) the oldest, and most popular one, also is the only ascent trail Where camping is not necessary, indeed not allowed, trekkers sleeping in dormitory huts along the way-trail take Minimum of 5 days 4 night the extra day is taken to help trekkers acclimatize.
Shira plateau Route, (5 -8 days each) is the west-to-east across the Shira plateau. Shira Route is very similar to the Lemosho route but is the original trail It is nearly identical to the Lemosho route. Shira due to its high altitude on starting point can be accessed very quickly but vehicles. This route is not very likable by most people. This route offers some of the best sunrises and sunsets on Kilimanjaro.
improves on the Shira plateau Route by starting below the Ridge, thus providing trekkers with a walk in the forest at the stand of the trek, giving them time to acclimatize. On the first day, you will be sleeping on Mti Mkuubwa (a big tree). Lemosho might need a little bit of physically fit people with some hiking experience, but anyone else with no hiking background experience can do it also.
Rongai (Loitokitoki) – from (5 -6 days) by using this route you can approach Kibo (summit) from the northern zone, near the Kenyan border. Probably the only route in which you see wildlife in the first days is possible. This is a flat condition route which is not ideal for acclimatization.
Umbwe route (5 – 6 days) is a tough trail and the shortest route and not to mention the direct route, because of its ascent profile, it has a relatively low summit rate.
There is only one main route up to Mt. Meru
Mount Meru lying at the heart of Arusha National park, with many numbers of wildlife animals like buffalo, giraffes, elephants, bushbuck, dik-dik, colobus, blue monkey, and warthog on the way. Mt. Meru is located just north of Arusha city.
30 December – 05 January
Price: $ 1200
15 December – 21 December
Price: $ 1200
30 December – 05 November
Price: $ 1650
15 December – 21 December
Price: $ 1700
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For one day Only, climbing above the tree line to the heathland, viewing the beauty of kibo and mawenzi from far, covering two vegetation zones.
Most of the wildlife found on the mountain occurs in the forest including elephants, buffalo, and leopards, colobus monkey, serval cat, Aardark, Tree Hyrax, Duiker, white – Tailed mongoose, Marsh Mongoose, White necked Raven, Bush baby.