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Whether it is Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peek of the African continent with a height of 5,895m, the stratovolcano Mount Meru with its prolific environment or Oldonyo Lengai ("The Mountain of God") with carbonated lava, all mountain hiking journeys will be remembered by you for the rest of your life. Get in touch with us now so we can plan your next experience.

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Mount Kilimanjaro

5.895 m above Standard Elevation Zero

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Mount Kilimanjaro is a currently inactive volcano located in northern Tanzania near the Kenyan border At 5,895 metres above sea level, Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and the world's highest free-standing mountain. As such - and aided by its relatively easy ascent - Kilimanjaro has become a major destination for tourists from all over the world. Get in touch with us now to plan your hike with one of our professional mountain guides.

Mount Meru

4.562 m above Standard Elevation Zero

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Mount Meru is an inactive stratovolcano located 70 kilometres west of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. At a height of 4,562.13 metres, it is visible from Mount Kilimanjaro on a clear day. It is the fifth-highest mountain in Africa and a topographic centerpiece of the nearby Arusha National Park. Its slopes rise above the surrounding savanna supporting a forest that hosts diverse wildlife, including nearly 400 species of birds, a variety of monkey species and leopards.

 

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Oldonyo Lengai - Mountain of God

2.962 m above Standard Elevation Zero

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Oldoinyo Lengai translates into "Mountain of God" in the Maasai language and is located south of Lake Natron within the Arusha Region of Tanzania.

It is an active volcano producing the unique natrocarbonatite lava. The 1960 eruption of Ol Doinyo Lengai led to geological investigations that finally confirmed the view that carbonatite rock is derived from magma.

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