Climbing is our business and it’s what we do best. Whether you want to conquer the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro or climb to the peak of Mount Meru, we can help you make it to the top…one footprint at a time.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro - Kili Footprints

The main attraction in Tanzania, a climb to the “Roof of Africa” is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. And standing at a mighty 5,985 metres, Mount Kilimanjaro is no easy feat! It holds the crown for the tallest mountain in Africa and the world’s highest freestanding mountain, and there are several routes to choose from depending on your ability, budget and schedule (see below for further details). If you don’t have the time to make it to the top, there is also the option to take a day hike and explore the equatorial rainforests at the base of the mountain.

Our Kilimanjaro Packages

Machame Route – 6/7 Days

Mount Kilimanjaro - Kili Footprints

Lemosho Route – 7/8 Days

Mount Kilimanjaro - Kili Footprints

Marangu Route – 5/6 Days Kili Footprints - Marangu RouteRongai Route – 6/7 Days

Kili Footprints - Mount KilimanjaroNORTHERN CIRCUIT – 9 Days

Kili Footprints - Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Meru

Mount Meru, Tanzania

If Mount Kilimanjaro is a little out of your budget, Mount Meru is a great alternative for a more affordable trekking challenge. Standing at 4,566 meters it is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and some climbers even consider it more a scenic hike than Kilimanjaro. Located in Arusha National Park, with the Momella Lakes close to its foot, Mount Meru boasts diverse flora and fauna, and you may even be lucky enough to see some buffalo and zebras on your way up.

Mount Meru – 3/4 Days Kili Footprints - Mount Meru

OL DOINYO LENGAI

unique volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai Tanzania 1

Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano is situated in one of the beautiful places of North Tanzania, near Lake Natron where hundreds of thousands of pink flamingos fly every year. Ol Doinyo Lengai is unique among active volcanoes in East Africa and unique in the world which produces natrocarbonatite lava or “cold lava”. It has a dark brown or black color in a liquid state and a fluidity as water. This temperature is much lower than other lavas but, however, not so cool because it is approximately 510-600°C. In a hundred years Lengai has erupted about 15 times, the last time was in 2013. Fortunately, eruptions happen without victims because the volcano has a relatively small size and it is situated rather far from nearest Maasai villages.

OL DOINYO LENGAI CLIMB – 2 DAYS

OL DOINYO LENGAI

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