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Duration :   4 Days
Total Seats :  378/400

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Trekking Overview :

Experience the thrill of Mount Meru on a 4-day trek that leads you through some of Tanzania’s most captivating landscapes. Your journey begins at Marikamba Hut, located at an altitude of approximately 2,500 meters, where you’ll enjoy full-board hospitality. Day 2 takes you to Saddle Hut, situated at around 3,570 meters, through the enchanting Arusha National Park teeming with diverse flora and fauna. Your summit day, Day 3, leads you to Socialist Peak at approximately 4,566 meters, offering breathtaking views and a sense of accomplishment that will stay with you. On Day 4, descend from Merikamba Hut to Momella Gate, with a chance to spot wildlife in the lush montane forest. Your trek concludes with unforgettable memories, making this a journey you won’t want to miss.


Day 1: Marikamba Hut (Full board)

When you arrive at Marikamba Hut, the first stop on your adventurous hike up Mount Meru, you will be provided with lodging and all of your meals for the duration of your journey. When you first set foot in Arusha National Park, you are immediately greeted with feelings of anticipation and excitement, which sets the tone for the rest of the day. You will be setting up camp for the first time in Marikamba Hut, which is around 2,500 metres in elevation. This hut will act as your starting point for the expedition. Spend your first night on the mountain relaxing and unwinding as you savour the delectable meals that are prepared for you and take in the breathtaking scenery that is all around you.

Day 2: Saddle Hut (Full board)

The next day, you will continue your climb, leaving Marikamba Hut in order to make your way to Saddle Hut. Here, you will also be provided with full board for the duration of your stay. As you make your way to around 3,570 metres in height, the altitude will continue to grow. The path leads you through some of the most beautiful parts of the park, which are bursting with a wide variety of plant and animal life. The Saddle Hut is a safe and welcoming base camp for your expedition, giving warm meals as well as magnificent views of the natural environment that is all around you.

Day 3: Summit Day ( Half Board)

Your third day, which is known as Summit Day, is the highest point of your voyage. You will have an early start and make your way towards Socialist Peak, which is the highest point on Mount Meru and is located at a height of around 4,566 metres. On this day, you will have breakfast in addition to lunch and dinner, which will set you up for success on the steep ascent. The ascent to the peak is mentally taxing as well as physically taxing, but it is also very gratifying. From this vantage point, you will be treated to amazing vistas of the surrounding landscapes, and you may even get a peek of Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance. You should feel really proud of what you were able to achieve at Socialist Peak, and you will take this learning experience with you as you make your way down to Saddle Hut for some much-needed rest.

Day 4: Meriakamba Hut to Momella Gate to Arusha/Moshi (Half board)

You will travel from Meriakamba Hut to Momella Gate on the fourth and final day of your Mount Meru excursion. From there, you will either go back to Arusha or Moshi, depending on which path you used to get there. This day is included in your half-board package, and you will be served breakfast before beginning your descent. The hike will lead you into the verdant montane forest, where you will have the chance to see many animals that are native to the national park. Your journey will end when you reach Momella Gate, so make the most of it! From there, you will make your way back to Arusha or Moshi, leaving with you a wealth of amazing experiences from your ascent of Mount Meru.

Embark on your Mount Meru adventure now and conquer the heights of Tanzania’s majestic landscapes!

Cancelation Policy:

We are aware that our plans are liable to twist and turn as we go through the unexpected dance that is life. Please let us know as soon as possible if you find that you cannot make it on the trip that you had already booked. Our cancellation costs are structured according to the cadence of time in respect to the beginning of the tour:

  • If your plans change more than 35 days before the trip, the following options are available to you: You won’t be responsible for any expenses associated with cancellation.
  • Should you have a change of heart between 11 and 34 days before the trip, the following options are available to you: A cancellation charge that is equal to thirty percent of the whole price takes the stage.
  • If the turnaround time for your order is between three and ten days before the tour: A cancellation charge of fifty percent of the whole cost steps into the limelight.
  • Within the preceding 48 hours prior to the trip, for any last-minute changes: The grand finale is a cancellation charge that is equal to one hundred percent of the total cost.

Please take into consideration that bespoke vacations may adhere to an unique choreography and have varying cancellation policies. When you decide to set off on your individualised journey, we will discuss those particulars with you. We really hope that your plans will go according to plan, but if they don’t, we’re here to help you gracefully navigate the cancellation process.


How old is Mount Meru?

It reaches a height of 4,566 metres (14,980 feet), although it has lost a significant portion of its mass as a result of an eastward volcanic explosion that occurred around 8,000 years ago. Around a century and a half ago, Mount Meru was the site of a very small volcanic eruption. A number of different volcanic eruptions have resulted in the formation of a number of minor cones and craters in the immediate area.

Who exactly is the proprietor of Mount Meru?

Tanzania, as well as Mozambique. The Tanzanian monster Mount Meru is expanding in all areas, from the building industry to the agricultural sector. The successors of the clan that formed and currently controls the Mount Meru Group (MMG) conglomerate, Atul Mittal and Arvind Mittal, are ramping up their growth efforts across the board in Mozambique.

What is Moshi Tanzania known for?

The town of Moshi is located in northern Tanzania at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in all of Africa. Moshi is famous for its coffee plantations, and the city is filled with lively, colorful streets that are always full of intriguing things to find and new people to meet.

Is Moshi a city or town?

Moshi is a welcoming city located in the northern part of Tanzania. As if it were an oasis nestled in the midst of stunningly extensive coffee farms, the area is characterized by an appealing fusion of African and Asian cultural elements and is dominated by the silhouette of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Which language do the people of Moshi, Tanzania speak?

Although Swahili is the major language spoken in Moshi, many of the locals are also fluent in English and can speak with one another in that language. It is strongly advised that you educate yourself in some Swahili if you wish to integrate into the community more quickly and have a greater sense of belonging there.

What kind of religious beliefs do people in Moshi, Tanzania have?

The Catholic Diocese of Moshi may be found in the north-eastern part of Tanzania. Its territory encompasses the whole fertile volcanic terrain of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is the highest peak in Africa (5,895 meters/19,340 ft). There are roughly 1.4 million people living there, with approximately 71.9 percent of them being Catholic Christians.

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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