Tanzania Mountain Trekking

About Kilimanjaro Treks will bring you from the roof of Africa on Kilimanjaro, to an up close and personal experience with the greatest wildlife spectacle on the planet while on safari, to lounging on the beautiful white sand beaches of Zanzibar after your mountain and safari adventure.
Kilimanjaro is the highest summit on the African continent, yet its ascent can be considered more a trek than a mountaineering outing and does not require climbing experience. Our route takes a leisurely pace, suitable for anyone in good physical shape.
Other mountains in northern Tanzania are Mount Meru offers a great alternative to Kilimanjaro, either as preparation for its large cousin or as a rewarding trek with beautiful views before you embark on a walking safari. Mt Lomalasin (3,648 m), Mt Hanang (3,417 m), Ol Doinyo Lengai (2,878 m) and Mt Longido (2,637 m).
Even hikers without summit ambitions will love Tanzania. On a three to five day trek through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Lake Natron, you will experience the Masai culture and their way of life. In the western Usambara Mountains, you can visit breath-taking lookout points and do multi-day hikes. In southern Tanzania, you can go hiking through untouched nature with endemic flora and fauna in the Uluguru Mountains and the Udzungwa Mountains National Park.