MT. MERU TREKKING
Mount Meru is an active stratovolcano located 70 kilometres west of Mount Kilimanjaro in the nation of Tanzania. Much of its bulk lost about 8,000 years ago due to an eastward volcanic blast. Mount Meru most recently had a minor eruption in 1910. The several small cones and craters are seen in the vicinity probably reflect numerous episodes of volcanic activity.
Mount Meru is one of Africa’s most beautiful volcanoes, and it is the second highest mountain in Tanzania at 4,5685m, the fifth highest in Africa. The peak located within Arusha National Park, Tanzania’s gem. This prime location gives walkers the opportunity to spot some of the birds and wildlife that inhabit the area.
The ascent is quite steep, the route to the summit passes over streams, through parkland, montane forest, a giant heather zone and moorland. The summit reached by a narrow, barren ridge, which provides stunning views of the Ash Cone lying several thousand feet below in the crater.
Weather permitting, Kilimanjaro can be seen in the West. There are two huts available to climbers on the mountain and firewood is supplied. The best time to climb Meru is between October and February. But also, June to September, while it is colder then. Please click here to contact us for the tailor made itinerary, price or more information about this trip.
US$ 1730 PER PERSON- All the National park fees, Equipments, all food on the mountain, wages of cook, porters and guides, etc as below.
Please note that prices may be subject to change. In the event of any change of government taxes and National Park fees, company reserves the right to adjust these rates accordingly.
Equipments-Good equipmentsis vital for a safe enjoyable trip! You can hire a certain amount of equipment from here (e. g sleeping bags, down jackets, gloves, head covers,walking poles-telescopic e .t .c ).
8.00 AM – 11.00 AM: Training
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