Climbing & Hiking

Mt. Kilimanjaro (elevation 19,340 ft.)

Check this off your bucket list – hiking up the highest and most famous summit in Tanzania. Mount Kilimanjaro stands more than 19,000 feet above sea level. Contrary to popular belief, one does not need to be an experienced mountain climber to summit its peak. It is true you need to be fit and possible undergo some conditioning before the trip, but most can summit solely on sheer willpower. If you bring the can-do attitude, we will bring the rest!

Mt. Meru Hiking (ELEVATION: 4,980 ft.)

Mount Meru is the fifth highest mountain on the African continent and the second highest in Tanzania. It dominates the Arusha National Park with its huge cliffs. The mountain is often used as warm-up/precursor to in to Mt. Kilimanjaro. However, the technical requirements are greater on Mount Meru than on the Kilimanjaro Routes. On the four-day trekking tour, you are more than likely to see giraffes, buffalos, antelopes and baboons. As a precaution, a park ranger will accompany you for your safety.

Ngorongoro Hiking

Few hikes offer as diverse of landscapes as the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands. On this trek, you’ll hike through wide grassy fields, mountainous countrysides, lush mountain forests and some other-worldly volcanic stamped savannah landscape of the Rift Valley. Take in the tremendous scenery alongside some once-in-a-lifetime animal sightings, as well as gaining some deep insight into the daily routine of the Masai.

Climbing & Hiking

Tanzania’s numerous parks and reserves offer many climbing options for the avid explorer. The infamous expeditions are Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru, but there are other notable destinations such as the Crater Highlands. These tours aren’t templated, but instead completely tailored to you. Izoba Tours happily designs an itinerary that suits you. These mountains are unforgettable but can also very dangerous to the unsuspecting traveller. Traveling with us ensures you’re appropriately prepared for any scenario and know what to expect before going into it.



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