The Mount Meru trekking experience is a true adventure. Here are some points about this remarkable volcano:
Fascinating Panoramic Vistas: The slopes of this dormant (yet active - the last eruption was in 1910) volcano provide breathtaking panoramic views.
Thriving Wildlife: The area surrounding Mount Meru is teeming with vibrant wildlife, adding to the excitement of the trekking adventure.
Unique Appearance: This volcano, which emerged approximately 500,000 years ago, features a distinct and peculiar appearance due to its eastern side virtually exploding during its initial eruption.
Deep Crater: Mount Meru boasts one of the deepest craters, with a depth exceeding 1,500 meters.
Embarking on a Mount Meru trekking expedition promises an awe-inspiring journey filled with magnificent vistas, abundant wildlife, and a deep appreciation for the geological wonders of this remarkable volcano.
Why Climb Mount Meru?
There are several reasons to include Mount Meru into your Tanzania adventures list. Regrettably, this volcano is often out shadowed by Kilimanjaro – located in the immediate vicinity, it attracts the most of international hikers, thus making it a secondary hiking destination or a warm-up exercise. The majority of hikers, however, ignore it altogether.
We at Hekima Safaris Heritage firmly believe that MT. Meru hiking is a great adventure by itself because of these reasons:
The key features of Mount Meru expedition are the following:
Mount Meru, located in Tanzania's Arusha National Park, offers breathtaking scenery throughout the climb. As you ascend the mountain, you'll witness stunning landscapes, including lush rainforests, alpine meadows, and rugged cliffs. The picturesque views of the surrounding savannah and neighboring Mount Kilimanjaro add to the charm of this adventure.
Tanzania’s second tallest mountain at 4,566m
3 days & 4 days hiking are available