Mount Meru is located just north of Arusha in beautiful surroundings within the Arusha National Park.
The mountain rises 4,566 metres above sea level and is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and the fifth highest mountain in Africa.
Mount Meru is a dormant volcano. It is believed that the mountain has been much higher, but that it lost a large part of its mass after an eruption several thousand years ago. Last eruption was in 1910.
Inside the park and on the lower and fertile slopes of Mount Meru, you are very likely to see wild animals such as buffalos, giraffes, monkeys, baboons and warthogs.
Meru offers amazing views, landscapes and wild life. Nevertheless, it often overshadowed by its big brother, Kilimanjaro.
We suggest the following hotels
|Zebra Hotel||USD 35 per night|
|ParkView Inn||USD 71 per night|
|Kilimanjaro Wonders||USD 105 per night|
|Zebra Hotel||USD 40 per night|
|Parkiew Inn||USD 81 per night|
|Kilimanjaro Wonders||USD 125 per night|
Included in your Mount Meru trek
Transfers – to and from Kilimanjaro airport and to and from the mountain gates
Entrance fees to Arusha National Park
Mountain hut fees
3 meals a day on the mountain – as well as water, tea and coffee
Local English speaking guide
Porters to carry luggage and equipment
Salary for guides and porters
Flight ticket to Tanzania
Tips for guides and porters – estimate about $ 200 per person – depending on how many days and how many people in the group
Visa for Tanzania
Meals not mentioned under “Included”
Everything else not described under “Included”