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Duration :   3 Days
Total Seats :  378/400

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Trekking Overview :

The MERU Trek is an exciting excursion that takes place over the course of three days and culminates in the conquest of the breathtaking Mount Kenya. Day 1 will begin at Marikamba Hut, which is situated at an elevation of 3,720 metres. Here, you will be treated to full-board hospitality as you immerse yourself in the rustic charm of the hut, which is surrounded by the unspoiled grandeur of Mount Kenya National Park. As you make your way from Marikamba Hut to Saddle Hut on Day 2, you will make your way up to an elevation of roughly 4,300 metres. This full-board day provides you with delectable meals and stunning scenery, and it serves as a comfortable base camp while you prepare for the endeavour to reach the summit on Day 3. Your journey will reach its zenith on Day 3, which is known as the summit day. This day will begin with a strenuous hike up Point Lenana, which is the third-highest peak on Mount Kenya at around 4,985 metres. This full-board day will reward your efforts with breathtaking scenery, a feeling of accomplishment, and a dawn that will take your breath away. After that, you will make your way back down to Saddle Hut for a well-earned rest and a supper that will fuel you, bringing a conclusion to a magnificent voyage filled with accomplishment and natural beauty.


Day 1: Marikamba Hut (Full board)

Your arrival in Marikamba Hut marks the beginning of an exciting trek that will ultimately lead you to the peak of Mount Kenya. As this is a full-board day, you will be able to enjoy the delicious meals that are supplied while relaxing in to the quaint, country atmosphere of the hut. The Marikamba Hut, which is located at an elevation of around 3,720 metres and is surrounded by the unspoiled natural splendour of Mount Kenya National Park, provides a quiet place to spend the night.

Day 2: Saddle Hut (Full board)

After spending the night in Marikamba Hut, you will get an early start the next morning and hike to Saddle Hut, where you will be provided with full board for the duration of your stay. As you continue to climb, the altitude will eventually reach roughly 4,300 metres. As you prepare for the summit attempt the following day, Saddle Hut will serve as a warm and welcoming base camp, where you can relax and unwind while indulging in mouthwatering meals and taking in the spectacular scenery of the surrounding area.

Day 3: Summit Day ( Half Board)

The culmination of your journey will take place on the third day. You will get an early start on the summit day as you make your way towards Point Lenana, which is the third-highest peak on Mount Kenya and stands at around 4,985 metres. You will get half-board on this day, giving you the opportunity to indulge in a substantial breakfast before beginning your climb. The ascent is difficult but very rewarding since it offers breathtaking panoramas of the glaciers and the mountains in the surrounding area. When you finally make it to Point Lenana, you’ll be able to bask in the glory of your accomplishment while taking in the breathtaking dawn. After that, you will make your way back down to Saddle Hut for a well-earned break and a supper that will replenish your energy.

Unleash Your Inner Explorer – Conquer Mount Kenya’s Summit with the MERU 3 Days Trek!

Cancelation Policy:

  • Cancellation requests received at least 35 days before the scheduled departure date: There will be no charge made for the Cancellation Fee.
  • Cancellations submitted between 11 and 34 days before the trip begins are subject to the following fees: There is a cancellation fee of thirty percent that will be levied.
  • Cancellations received between three and ten days before the trip begins will be charged as follows: A Cancellation Fee equal to fifty percent of the total cost will be assessed.
  • In the event that a reservation is cancelled less than 48 hours before the tour is scheduled to begin, the full amount of the reservation will be charged.


Has anybody ever conquered the mountain of Meru?

They weren't the first team of alpinists to be defeated by the Himalayas' most technically challenging and dangerous mountain peak, but two years later, the determined mountaineers returned to conquer it and successfully accomplished the world's First ascent of the Shark's Fin route, which is Meru Peak.

Is Mount Meru a more difficult climb than Mount Kilimanjaro?

Climbing Meru is an arduous and difficult undertaking! The altitude of 4562 meters (14967 feet) is significant; the majority of individuals WILL experience its effects, and it IS taxing on the body. But the most essential thing to remember is that the ascent itself, including the last night before reaching the peak, is a lot tougher and more demanding journey than even the final night on Kilimanjaro.

Is Mount Meru more difficult than Mount Everest?

Although Everest is the highest peak in the world at 29,029 feet, Meru, also located in the Himalayas, is the mountain that is the most challenging to climb. In the opening scene of the extreme sports documentary "Meru," it is revealed that no one has ever climbed to the top of the mountain's Shark's Fin, a sheer wall of rock that rises 20,000 feet and is taller than El Capitan.

How much does it cost to climb Mount Meru?

The price for a climb up Mount Meru that lasts for three days is USD 950 per person, while the price for a climb that lasts for four days is USD 1050 per person. You may climb Mount Meru at any time of the year, and you can plan your trip whenever you choose, although we strongly advise you to avoid going during the wetter months of the year.

Can we climb Mount Meru?

You may climb Mount Meru at any time of the year, and you can pick and choose the dates on which you go, although we strongly advise you to avoid climbing the mountain during the rainy season. The months of January through early March and June through October are ideal for climbing Mount Meru.

Is Mount Meru still active?

Mount Meru is a dormant volcano that was last active in 1910 and is located in the middle of Arusha National Park in Tanzania. The most recent eruption of Mount Meru occurred in 1910. It is famous for the enormous cliffs and the lush vegetation that can be found at the base of them. The fifth highest peak on the African continent and Tanzania's second tallest, Mt. Meru is located in the country of Tanzania.

What's Included

  • Accommodation and meals as described in the itinerary.
  • Crater Fees
  • Daily bottle of mineral water during the game drive
  • Entrance fees to all national parks
  • Entrance park fees and 18% VAT to our entrance fees
  • Pick up at Kilimanjaro International Airport
  • Private 4 x 4 safari with roof for game viewing
  • Private professional safari guide

What's Excluded

  • Bank transfer charges & card payments processing fee
  • Cost of Visas.
  • Expenses belong to person nature e.g Drinks not included on the meal plans, personal purchases, Laundry etc.
  • International flights
  • Tip to the driver guide and hoteliers

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