Mount Meru, Arusha National Park, Tanzania
This mountain is like a cone in shape that adding beauty during the climbing. Mount Meru is located 65 km away from Mount Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa.
This is the second highest point in Tanzania. It is located in the North-East of Arusha over looking at the highest peak in Africa Mount Kilimanjaro. Meru Mountain is part of Arusha National Park, , most likely giraffes and buffaloes, to the starting point of your hike. Its extinct crater is easily accessible from Arusha town, which lies at the mountain’s southern base
Trekking is steeper in Meru Mountain, climbing takes 2 days up and 2 days down depending on the weather and physical fitness of the person.
It has beautiful surroundings with wild animals as reedbucks, buffaloes, elephants, duikers and colorful birds.
Wild flowers such as fireballs lilies are common here. Crater walls, which dominated by the podo and juniper trees. Olive pigeons flying from tree to tree while singing wildlyis a beautiful scene . You can see red-headed parrots relaxing and enjoying podo fruits.
Climbing Kilimanjaro Mountain is an Adventure to trekkers and climbers. however. The most exciting thing is to watch the sunrise emerged behind the Snow-cap peak of Mount Kilimanjaro,You will get that spectacle view when Climbing Meru Mountain also."
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