The Kilimanjaro mountain is Africa's highest mountain and the worlds tallest free-standing mountain at 5895 meters above sea level with three major volcanic centres which are Shira (4160 m), snow capped Kibo (5895 m) and Mawenzi (5148 m). Widely considered the roof of Africa, climbing Kilimanjaro is one of the great trekkings and one of the most rewarding experiences that any person can enjoy. Afrishare solutions has unmatched experience leading people to the summit of this majestic mountain and would love to lead you on your journey.
There are 5 main Kilimanjaro trekkings / routes and the mountain can be climbed any time of the year although the rainy season between mid March to end of May is not advised. Visit our sister website for more information
At a height of 4566 m, Mount Meru is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and the fifth highest on the African Continent. Not only does Mt Meru boast impressive views and diverse vegetation, it also gives you the chance to see some wildlife in the form of a walking safari. On your trek you might come across large game such as giraffes, buffaloes, baboons, elephants, antelopes and colobus monkeys. As the vegetation changes from dense mountain rainforest into heather and moorland and finally alpine desert, the frequency of animals you will see becomes scarcer, shifting your focus from animals to landscape. Visit Afrisharetrekking and safari for more information and see our menu.