Climb Kilimanjaro in Tanzania
Tanzania has some of the most spectacular mountainous regions which make for idyllic climbing and trekking holidays whatever your level of expertise.
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The immense and awe-inspiring massif of Mount Kilimanjaro, mythical snow-clad summit of Africa, is situated entirely inTanzania and dominates the surrounding plains.
Mount Meru located within Arusha National Park it is an active volcano; the last eruption was a minor one about 100 years ago. Meru is a fantastic trekking peak and good acclimatisation for taking on “Kili” it is also a lovely walking peak in its own right a 2 night stay will get you to the top.
Other mountains and mountain areas include the Usambara’s the Uluguru’s , Udzungwa’s and Mufindi highlands, here you can visit a bygone era.See example climbing itineries for Mount Kilimanjaro
Lake Victoria to the northwest of the country is the largest freshwater lake. Fishing has long been a mainstay of residents who live around the lakes. Visitors to the freshwater lakes can embark on fishing trips, walking, and enjoy the rich bird and fish life that surrounds the water.
Lake Tanganyika borders four countries the water is exceptionally clear. The main town on the lake is Kigoma most famous is Ujiji. The lake itself is approximately three million years old and is known to be the second largest fresh water lake in the world.
With the beautiful clear water the lake is also home to Tanzania’s chimpanzee populations, which can be found in Gombe and Mahale National Parks. A four night stay on the shores is a very rewarding sun seakers option.
Other Lakes include Lake Malawi once known as Nyasa and Lake Rukwa.