Tanzania offers multiple trekking destinations ranging from easy to hard difficulty levels. The 13th largest country in Africa is home to Africa’s both highest and lowest point. The country is mountainous and densely forested in the northeast where most of the climbing and trekking destinations are located. Tanzanian Western Circuit where Gombe Stream is located is also an excellent walking destination as there are no roads for vehicles and the whole park has to be traversed via foot. But as per difficultly level, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru are the best trekking places in Tanzania. We at Tai Adventures & Safaris provide Tanzania Climbing And Trekking tours all year around.
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Trekking in Tanzania is a brilliant way to experience the mountains and beautiful views of the country. You can set foot on the top of Tanzania’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro or mount Meru or just walk through the lush forest for few hours.
Mount Kilimanjaro the world second highest mountain after Mt. Everest, but the first highest free Standing Mountain and Africa highest mountain is located on the northern region of Tanzania known as Kilimanjaro region at Moshi district. The mountain is 5895m (19,340ft) above the sea level,
Mount Meru is Tanzania’s second highest peak standing at 14,980 ft (4566 m). Mount Meru is a beautiful, conically shaped volcano located in northern Tanzania in the heart of the Arusha National Park. Mount Meru is not an active volcano; its last minor eruption was over a century ago. On a clear day,
Kilimanjaro National Park covering an area of some 75,575 ha protects the largest free standing volcanic collection in the world and the highest mountain in Africa, rising 4877m above surrounding plains to 5895m at its peak. With its snow-capped peak, the Kilimanjaro is a superlative natural phenomenon,