Trekking in Tanzania


Trekking in Tanzania: Africa Natural Tours (For Kilimanjaro, Serengeti and Zanzibar) Tanzania safari company in Moshi
Specialized in:  Wildlife safaris, Mountain climbing, Cultural tourism and Beach holidays in East Africa
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Trekking in Tanzania
In the country of the highest single standing mountain in the world, mountain climbers’ hearts beat faster. With breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, diverse vegetation in front of unique cultural backdrops Tanzania fascinates visitors young and old alike. Our various trekking routes offer hiking fun for everyone, for every level of fitness and experience.

Mount Kilimanjaro
Every year the rooftop of Africa (5896m) attracts thousands of mountain climbers on its paths. Via four established routes hikers get to reach the summit, Uhuru Peak. Treks start on the lower mountain slopes with its endless banana fields, along dense rainforest and mountain pastures to the moonscape of Kibo Peak. In order to enjoy the sun rise over Tanzania, climbers will start their final ascent at midnight. Once at Uhuru Peak you will be rewarded with fantastic panoramas over the neighboring Mount Meru.

Mount Meru
Mount Meru (4566m) is the second highest mountain of Tanzania. He often stands in the shadow of his big brother the mighty Kilimanjaro. But completely unfounded! Mount Meru enchants with a scenic hike along the grasslands and tropical rainforest of Arusha National Park. The dramatic climax of this 3 or 4 days hike is the climb along the crater rim. With its steep gradients and high altitude, Mount Meru is ideally suited to prepare for subsequent Kilimanjaro climb.

Usambara Mountains
The “Switzerland of Tanzania” as some say, is half way between Moshi and the Indian Ocean. No other mountain range combines people, culture and magnificent landscape to the extend as the Usambara Mountains do. Trekkers will experience a remote and rural Tanzania off the beaten paths.
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