7 days Ol donyo Lengai Climb and Ngorongoro Walking Tour

7 days Ol donyo Lengai Climb and Ngorongoro Walking Tour

Ol donyo Lengai Climbing

Ol donyo Lengai, Lake Natron and Ngorongoro walking safari is among the few impressing trek  offered by the northern Tanzania Safari Circuit.  The tour starts by game viewing in the ngorongoro crater followed by walking on the crater highlands and climb of the live volcano of Ol donyo Lengai. Accompanied by the Maasai guide you will explore on foot the wilderness of the Ngorongoro and its beauty while your luggage carried by donkey. All the accommodation is offered in basic camping


Ol donyo Lengai Climbing Itinerary


Day 1: Arusha – Ngorongoro crater
Pick up from the Hotel in Arusha for a journey to Ngorongoro through the edge of rift valley where you will have fantastic view of Lake Manyara and proceed to Ngorongoro for dinner and overnight simba campsite.


Day 2: Ngorongoro to Nainokanoka
Breakfast, drive into the Ngorongoro crater for a full day game viewing with well packed lunch boxes. After lunch drive out of the crater to Nainokanoka village where we will establish our camp for dinner and overnight.


Day 3: Nainokanoka to Embulbul
Start today the Ol donyo Lengai Trek program with a walking safari from Nainokanoka to Bulati via Olmoti crater. Visit the Munge falls which is source of water which flow to Ngorongoro crater. Dinner and overnight at Bulati campsite 7 to 8 hours of walking


Day 4: Embulbul to Pembe ya Swala
Early morning after breakfast start walking to Embakai crater visit the crater and then proceed to village of Naiyobi. Ahead to Pembe ya swala at yellow fever tree camp the trip takes about 6 to 8 hrs of walking.


Day 5: Naiyobi to Ngaresero
After breakfast keep walking and descend to rift valley and walking to Ngaresero river camp for dinner and overnight stay at Kamakia campsite.


Day 6: Climb Ol donyo Lengai, Visit Lake Natron
After breakfast visit the waterfalls and lunch at the campsite afternoon visit Lake Natron. Midnight time when you will drive to the bottom of Ol donyo Lengai for climbing.


Day 7: Ol donyo Lengai to Arusha
Around midday after lunch at Kamakia Camp we will drive back to Arusha via Engaruka Channel.



Solo Traveler  US $ 3600
2 – 3 People @ US $ 1800
4 – 5 People @ US $ 1500
6 People US $ 1400


Safari Cost Includes:
All transfers made by road to all destinations as per Itinerary
Full board accommodation in Ol donyo Lengai and other areas as per itinerary.
Park fee and village charges
Service for Maasai guide and their donkey
Fee for a professional driver guide & an armed ranger
Pure natural water 1.5 liter per person per day
Sleeping bag


Safari Cost Excludes:
Accommodation in Arusha on the arrival and departure day
International flight
Airport departure tax
Flying doctors insurance
All expenses of personal nature
Tips for diver and cooker
Alcoholic drinks while in the Camp.










Climb Mount Meru 4 days Program

Climb Mount Meru 4 days Program

Climb Mountain Meru

Climb Mount Meru the second tallest mountain in Tanzania after Mount Kilimanjaro with the height of 4, 568 meters above sea level. The Mount Meru is located within Arusha National Park and it is the dormant volcanic mountain. During climbing Mount Meru Climbers’ have to walk across the Arusha National Park where they can see different wildlife and birds that inhabit the area. The trek is quite sheer, the route to the summit passes over streams, through parkland, montane forest, a giant heather zone and moorland. The Meru summit is reached by a narrow, barren ridge, which provides stunning views of the Ash Cone lying several thousand feet below in the crater. Weather permitting, Kilimanjaro can be seen in the West. There are two huts available to climbers on the mountain and firewood is supplied.

The best time to climb Meru Mountain is between October and February but one can climb in June to September although it will be colder season.

Mount Meru climbing itinerary

Day 1: Climbing Mount Meru: Arusha to Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m)
Depart from your hotel in the morning for Momella Gate of Arusha National Park (1,500 m.). After park entrance formalities, we begin our hike, guided by a park ranger. The track passes open grassland, providing an opportunity to see buffalo, warthogs and other grazers. The trail continues as a steady climb through montane forest. We take lunch near a giant Fig Tree arch. After lunch, the route continues through less dense forest, where there are an abundance of birds and black and white colobus monkeys.
By mid-afternoon, we can see towering cliffs and the Ash Cone. We reach Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m.), situated in an idyllic grassy glade, in time to enjoy the last of the afternoon sun and beautiful views over the surrounding plains towards Kilimanjaro. (4-6 hours walking). Overnight at Miriakamba Hut. All meals included.

Day 2: Climb Mount Meru: Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m) to Saddle Hut (3,570 m)
The walk from Miriakamba Hut to the saddle below Little Meru is a short day but a steep climb. We slowly ascend through lush montane forest to reach the halfway point of Elephant Ridge. From here we enjoy excellent views of the summit ridge and across the crater floor. The path continues through giant heather and other fascinating moorland vegetation to reach Saddle Hut (3,570 m), where lunch is will be provided. The afternoon is free to relax and to enjoy the views. The more energetic can make the short climb to the nearby summit of Little Meru Mountain (3,820 m) for superb views just before sunset. (3-5 hours walking). Overnight at Saddle Hut with all meals included.

Day 3: Climb Mount Meru: Saddle Hut (3,570 m) to Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m)
We start early at around 2 a.m. to climb steeply to Rhino Point (3,800 m.), continuing along an undulating ridge of ash and rock to reach Cobra Point (4,350 m) at sunrise. The views are stunning: the cliffs of the Crater rim, the Ash Cone rising from the Crater floor, Kilimanjaro floating on the morning clouds and west towards the Rift Valley if the weather is clear. The summit of Socialist Peak (4,566 m.) is an hour further on a good but steep path. The route back to Rhino Point in the morning light, on a narrow ridge between the sloping outer wall of the crater and the sheer cliffs of the inner wall, is one of the most dramatic and exhilarating walks in Africa. We enjoy a rest and brunch at Saddle Hut before continuing the descent to Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m, 10-12 hours walking).
Miriakamba Hut Note: The ridge between the summit and Rhino Point is not suitable for those suffering from vertigo. In icy conditions or in strong winds, it may be impossible for anyone to progress beyond Rhino Point. Overnight at Miriakamba Hut with all meals included.

Day 4: Climbing Mount Meru: Miriakamba Hut (2,514 m) – hotel in Arusha
We take the direct route down through open grassland and mixed forest, with good chances of seeing wildlife. This trail has excellent views back towards the crater and over the plains of the National Park. We should reach Momella Gate by late morning (2-3 hours walking). Once you reach the end of the climb you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight at an Arusha hotel on Bed and breakfast basis



Cost Includes
Airport pick up and drop off services
BB accommodation in Moshi
Meru Mountain Climb Fees
Full board accommodation during the climb
Service for porters and guide
Meru Mountain Rescue fee

Cost Excludes
Airport departure tax
Any services of the personal nature

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Machame Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – 7 days

Machame Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – 7 days

Machame Route KilimanjaroMachame route during Mount Kilimanjaro Climb is considered the most beautiful to the top of the African Roof. The Machame route offers spectacular views and passing through a variety of habitats.
Famously known as the whiskey route the Machame Route is steeper trail up Kilimanjaro and is generally done by climbers that are physically fit with some previous hiking experience. On the Machame Route accommodation is offered in dom tents with meals served inside the tents but when the weather is good on blanket outside



Machame Route Kilimanjaro


Normally March, April and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.

November is usually short rains but it is not often rains all the days so Climbing is possible.

The best Months for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are January, February and also August and September.

July can be colder and November to December can be wet.

January to February is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.

The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.

Summit Success Rates: Stella Point (48%). Uhuru Peak (46%).

Machame Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Program


Day 1: Arrival in Moshi, Hotel transfer
Machame route hiking package starts with collection from the Kilimanjaro International Airport. From the airport you are transferred to the Panama Hotel in Moshi, located on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Today you will be briefed about the Mount Kilimanjaro and Machame route that you are going trek through it.


Day 2: Machame Gate (1790m) – Machame Camp (3010m)
Transfer from the hotel to the area nearby the entrance gate Kilimanjaro National park. Finalize all the necessary requirements for your permission to proceed with the adventure Kilimanjaro climb. Trek through the thick rain forest for about 5 – 6 hours listening to the beautiful bird songs. Dinner and overnight at Machame Camp


Day 3: Machame Camp (3010m) – New Shira Camp (3845m)
Proceed with Machame Route Climb by leaving the camp early in the morning hiking up the steepening path through moors and heathlands. In this area the vegetation become a bit open which provides magnificent views over the surrounding landscapes and dramatic mountain range. Today the walk is shorter therefore we will reach the next camp in the mid-day.  This camp is located at the Shira Plateau offering a spectacular view of Kilimanjaro Mountain.


Day 4: New Shira Camp (3845m) – Lava Tower Hut (4640m) – Barranco Camp (3960m)
The trek for the day begins with a long climb from the Shira Plateau towards the Lava Tower Hut lying at 4640m. Ascend around 700m on day four camping at a slightly higher elevation than the night before. This gives your body time to acclimatize to the increasing altitude as we hike up Kilimanjaro to more than 4500m high over the next two days.  The Machame Trek passes through Barranco Valley, an expansive area where giant senecio and lobelia plants grow. After 6 – 7 hours of hiking, arrive at the overnight Barranco Camp where you will served a well-deserved meal and a rest.


Day 5: Barranco Camp (3960m) – Barafu Camp (4640m)
Today’s hike starts with the challenging climb of the “Barranco Wall” a stretch where you will be secured to ensure your safety when necessary. Following the ridge as it stretches above the south glacier of Kibo admiring the views. We stop for lunch in In the Karanga Valley and prepare for the 2 – 3 hrs trek to Barafu Camp (4640m). At camp there is time for you to relax and have dinner, resting before we embark on the next stretch of our climb up Kilimanjaro.


Day 6: Barafu Camp (4640m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Mweka Camp (3080m)
Wake up in the midnight for breakfast and snack then start the hike to the summit. starts at midnight, with a hot tea and light snack before we set off into the darkness. We hike up the screes of Kibo by torchlight on this exhilarating stretch.
A 5 – 7 hour ascent through the night brings us to Stella Point, on the crater rim of Mount Kilimanjaro. After a further 1 – 2 hrs of climbing along the edge of the crater we reach the summit of Uhuru Peak at a mighty 5895m!
Having hiked to the summit of Uhuru Peak, the highest point of Mt. Kilimanjaro, you will be standing at the top of Africa’s highest mountain!
Descend Kilimanjaro Marangu Route follow a simple route down Kilimanjaro descending along a similar path. Before midday we arrive back at Barafu Camp where the rest of the climbing team welcomes you with a warm meal upon your return. Following a much-deserved break of 1 – 2 hrs, we proceed to Mweka Camp at 3080m. In the evening we have dinner and enjoy a hard earned rest.


Day 7: Mweka Camp (3080m) – Mweka Gate (1630m) – Moshi
After breakfast  and a traditional farewell ceremony from the mountain guides we set off on the last leg of this unforgettable hiking adventure. A gentle 2 -3 hrs descent takes us through the lush rainforest to Mweka Gate, at the base of Kilimanjaro.
Our driver meets you at the gate and takes you back to the Keys Hotel in Moshi for some comfortable rest and relaxation. Relax at the hotel soothing your aching muscles in the swimming pool or taking a nap as you recollect your adventure to the “Roof of Africa”.


Day 8 Moshi – Additional Services
On day eight you have a hearty breakfast at the hotel, before continuing with your travels or taking a transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport. This brings your memorable Kilimanjaro Hike via Machame to a close.
An additional day at Karanga Camp (4035m) can be added to this Machame Route Tour, giving you an extra day on Kilimanjaro. See the Full Pricing above for the cost of the 9-day hike, and please contact us for the detailed itinerary.


Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Cost

Price: (Per person sharing)

1 pax :2950 USD
2 Pax : 1550 USD
3 Pax :1450 USD
4 Pax : 1400 USD
6 Pax : 1350 USD


Price Includes:
2 Nights accommodation at Keys Hotek on BB
Private professional mountain guides
All Park fees
Rescue fees
All meals while on the Mountain
Arrival and Departure transfers
Government taxes, VAT and all relating service charges
Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees
Summit Oxygen
Walking Sticks
Camping Gears


Price Excludes:
Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival
Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
Meals not listed above
Optional Tours (short safari after your climb etc)
Tips and any items of personal nature.
Emergency Evacuation by Flying Doctor




Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route – 6 days

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route – 6 days

Mount Kilimanjaro climb through Marangu route is the most common and easiest trail to the summit. This route has a beautiful and unique scenery. This route offers 60 beds each at Mandara and Horombo huts which can accommodate 120 people. The huts are has comfortable bunk beds each with a sponge mattress and pillow. The huts on Mount Kilimanjaro along Marangu route  are communal and are fitted with solar powered lights. The bathrooms of the huts lower down on the slopes feature running water.

Kilimanjaro Climb – Marangu Route

Day 1: Arrival Kilimanjaro / Arusha
Arrive Kilimanjaro International airport met and transfer to the hotel in Moshi or Arusha for overnight. In this day you will be introduced to your mountain Kilimanjaro guide for a briefing about the trek. You will also use this time to organize for your climbing gears. Overnight at Panama Hotel Moshi.

Day 2: Moshi – Marangu Gate (1860m) – Mandara Hut (2700m)
Enjoy breakfast in the hotel, then transfer to Marangu gate (1860M) to start your Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb. Upon arrival at the Marangu gate complete the necessary paperwork before starting the hike. Trek through the dense rain forest with possibility to spot ther black and white colobus monkeys, as well as other wild animals. This trek takes you 4 hours to Marandara huts (2650m) where you will spend a night. While guided with your guide you may visit the Maundi Crater to enjoy the beautiful view of the surrounding low lands. Dinner and overnight Mandara Hunt.

Day 3: Mandara Hut (2700m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
Today proceed with the Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb toward Horombo Hut. On the way you will reach the tree line passing into the heath and moor vegetation zone. Normally it takes climbers 4-6 hours to trek from Mandara to Horombo. The Horombo hut is located at the altitude of 3700m. Dinner and overnight at Horombo Hut. At this point you can observe both the Mawenzi and Kibo Peak.

Day 4: Horombo Hut (3700m) – Zebra Rocks (4020m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
Today we spend a acclimatizing which helps to improve the chances of successfully reaching the summit of Mountain Kilimanjaro.

Day 5:  Horombo Hut (3700m) – Kibo Hut (4700m)
Today the Mountain Kilimanjaro climb consist of 5 -6 hours trek which lead to Kibo Hut. The trekking trail passes through the last water point followed by Saddle which is the depression between Kibo and Mawenzi peak. Enjoy the early dinner and short rest up to mid night when you will be awaken to start the climb to Kibo Peak.

Day 6 Kibo Hut (4700m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
The Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb to the peak start in the mid night today. Climb following zigzag way pass the Hans Meyer Cave at 5220m and Gillman’s Point at 5681m. In the early morning you will reach the summit “Uhuru Peak” which is the highest point on the Continent. At this point you will experience the inspiring sense of achievement at having climbed to the “Roof of Africa”!
We retrace our steps following the same trail back down Kilimanjaro. The now-thawed lava ash makes for a speedy descent to Kibo Hut, where a warm meal and welcome from the mountain team awaits you. After a 1 – 2 hour break to regain strength we continue our Marangu hike to Horombo Hut (3700m), arriving in the afternoon. The evening meal is followed by a well-deserved early night!

Day 7 Horombo Hut (3700m) – Marangu Gate (1860m) – Moshi
The final stretch of this Mountain Kilimanjaro Hike passes through heath and moor terrain as we return to the Mandara Hut at 2700m. After a warm lunch at Mandara Hut we head back into the tropical rain forest reaching the Kilimanjaro National Park Gate (1860m) after 6 hours trekking today.
At the gate we say goodbye to our mountain Kilimanjaro guides and transfer back to the nearby Keys Hotel where we spent the first night of this hike up Mountain Kilimanjaro. Back at the hotel you can warm up with a shower or take a refreshing dip in the pool relaxing after your days on the mountain. The last evening is spent relaxing at the Keys Hotel in Moshi celebrating your great feat of successfully reaching the summit of the Mount Kilimanjaro!

Next day Transfer to the airport will be provided. If you are interested to continue with the wildlife safari arrangement will be made with extra charges

Kilimanjaro Climb Cost- Marangu Route:

Start from US $ 1850 per person sharing

Cost Includes
Airport pick up and drop off services
BB accommodation in Moshi
Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb Fees
Full board accommodation during the climb
Service for porters and guide
Mountain Kilimanjaro Rescue fee

Cost Excludes
Airport departure tax
Any services of the personal nature

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3 Days Oldonyo Lengai Climbing Safari

3 Days Oldonyo Lengai Climbing Safari

Oldonyo Lengai Climbing is an extremely and awesome trek get to the top of the active volcano witness the lava flows ash and smokes coming from the vent. Located in northern Tanzania in the Southern shore of Lake Natron, Oldonyo Lengai is among the few Carbonate Volcano in the world. The Oldonyo Lengai Volcano has been encountering occasional volcanic eruptions for quite some years something which made the indigenous people of the area to call it the Sacred home of God who signaled her anger with eruptions and drought.

Oldonyo Lengai climbing start at mid-night to reach the summit when the weather is cold and cool and climber reach the summit at early morning time. The total climbing kilometer is 40 which include the ascent and descend. For a physically fit person the ascent may take him about 6 – 9 hours and climber should frequently take water to avoid a dehydrations.

A 3 days Oldoinyo Lengai Climbing tour can also combine with several days safari to Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara or Tarangire national park.

Oldonyo Lengai Climbing Itinerary


Day 1:  Depart Arusha for Oldonyo Lengai
Depart Arusha at 08:30 hrs to Lake Manyara National Park. Arrive Lake Manyara and continue with the game drive till evening. Lake Manyara National Park is the home to different species of marine birds and mammal including the tree climbing lions. Dinner and overnight at Twiga Campsite.


Day 2: Oldoinyo Lengai Climbing
Depart Lake Manyara to Oldonyo Lengai Via Engaruka ruins. The Engaruka ruins is one of the important archeological site along the East African Rift Valley. These ruins famed for its irrigation and cultivation structures. After a visit to Engaruka ruins Proceed with the journey to Oldonyo Lengai. Dinner and overnight at Kamakia Camp. In the midnight wake up and start the climb of Oldonyo Lenga guided byy the local Maasai guide. Reach the summit early morning as descend to the camp.


Day 3: Cultural Tour around Oldonyo Lengai
Breakfast in the camp and drive to Lake shore to see the mass of flamingos. Lake Natron is the only breading site for flamingos in East Africa. In the afternoon start the journey back to Arusha.


Cost Includes:
Transport in an open safari vehicle
All park entrances and fees
Camping accommodation in Full board basis
Fee for the Maasai guide and the driver guide
A complimentary liter of pure drinking water per person per day


Cost Excludes
Medical insurance
Alcoholic drinks
Any other expenses of the personal nature


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4 Days Hiking Udzungwa Mountains National Park

4 Days Hiking Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Hiking Udzungwa Mountains can be done in different routes ranges from few hours to several days. One of the popular trekking route is the route to Sanje waterfalls. The Sanje waterfalls is so gouges with the height of about 180 meters. The routes pass through the tropical rain forest which is the home to different bird species and primates. Some birds which can be spotted at Udzungwa include the Rufous Winged Sunbird and the Southern Seedcracker. The Udzungwa mountains boast some species of diurnal primates such as the endemic Iringa Red Colobus, the Sanje Mangeby and the Kipunji Monkey.

Game viewing in Mikumi national park is thrilling as you are guarantee to see abundant wildlife and the beautiful landscapes. Animals that can frequently observed include lions, elephants, zebra, buffaloes, eland, wildebeest and many other antelope species. If lucky you can also spot the rare African wild dogs.


Hiking Udzungwa Mountains Program


Day 1: Drive Dar es Salaam to Mikumi National Park

Pick up from the hotel or airport in Dar es Salaam for a drive to Mikumi National Park for game drive. Dinner and overnight at Camp Bastian.


Day 2: Full day Game drive in Mikumi National Park

Breakfast at the Camp, depart for a full day game drive in the park with packed lunch. Enjoy game viewing in different areas of mikumi include the Mkata flood plains.  A big number of game animals tends to congrate in mkata floodplain due its conducive open grass plain environment. In the evening return to the camp for dinner and overnight.


Day 3: Hiking Udzungwa Mountains

Today we will continue to Udzungwa mountains in the Southern Eastern of Mikumi National park. Arrive at the park headquarters for registrations then proceed with the trek. While hiking udzungwa through this trail you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of the mountain and see various species of  primates such as Sanje Crested Mangabey and the Iringa red Colobus. Arrive Sanje waterfalls which is at the altitude of about 180 meters. At this point you will enjoy the panoramic view of the Kilombero Valley while taking your picnic lunch. In the afternoon descend back to the starting point and catch up a vehicle back to Mikumi for Dinner and overnight at Camp Bastian.


Day4: Return to Dar es Salaam.
Leisure breakfast; departs for journey back to Dar es Salaam with stopover in Morogoro Town for lunch.

End of services

Safari Cost Excludes
All park fees,
Private Safari Vehicle with open pop up roof
Camping accommodation with 3meals a day
A bottle of pure dinking water 1 litre pp daily
English speaking driver guide


Safari Cost Exclusives:
Accommodation in Dar
Medical insurance,
All other expenses of the personal nature

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