Mt. Meru Trekking Tours

Mount Meru Trekking – Climbing Kilimanjaro’s Little Brother

The second tallest peak in Tanzania is well worth a climb in its own right and is frequently used for acclimatization and as a warm-up climb for Mount Kilimanjaro. Mount Meru is regarded as Kilimanjaro’s smaller brother, although it is nevertheless the fifth tallest peak on the African continent. Come to Mount Meru trekking with us for an unforgettable experience.

Don’t Underrate Mount Meru

While Kilimanjaro is higher and more famous, Mount Meru gives climbers an unforgettable experience. Mount Meru trekking takes you through many regions and has its breathtaking perspectives, and this mountain is far from little! Meru, at 4,565 meters in height, is a magnificent active stratovolcano that lost its whole eastern wall in an 8,000-year-old eruption.  Mount Meru was given its magnificent horseshoe crater after a major portion of the volcano was blown away, which is still one of its most talked about characteristics today. Mount Meru trekking is difficult due to the steep slopes, and with the distraction of altitude, the climb becomes much more difficult.