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Mt. Meru is arranged in the focal point of Arusha National Park and it is 50 miles west of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Mount Meru is a gigantic well of magma achieving 14,980 feet (4,565 meters). This trek fills in as a perfect get ready for Mt. Kilimanjaro by virtue of its rise acclimatization and climbing separations. This trek is also arranged towards pioneers that lean toward less gatherings and a difficult trip. Since Mount Meru is arranged in Arusha National Park, voyagers must move with a furnished official in light of the wide degree of wildlife living on the mountain. On the lower tendencies of the mountain, wayfarers will without a doubt watch elephants, giraffes, and wild ox! As voyagers proceed with their ascensions, the preliminary looks for after the north edge of the spring of gushing magma's hole along a stunning edge line. All through the ascension, adventurers rest in consigned hovels along the trail. Pioneers achieve the summit as the sun is rising and they will have stunning perspectives on Mt. Kilimanjaro and of the Mt. Meru Crater.
The Mount Meru is the second highest peak in Tanzania with 4.566 m altitude. It's the fifth highest peak in Africa and one of the most beautiful volcanoes. The route to the summit of Mount Meru goes through Arusha National Park. More than 400 types of creatures wander the lower inclines of the volcano; these incorporate birds, elephant, wild ox, mandrill, warthog, high contrast colobus monkey and duiker.
Standing in the core of Arusha National Park, the mountain is rich with teeming wildlife and birdlife. Takes you through different geology including waterfalls and tangled rainforest gorges. At the point when the weather is clear you can see the snow-topped pinnacle of Mount Kilimanjaro from Mount Meru. The route offers various picnic spots and walking safari route between rich forests.
Arusha is the northern circuit's landings and flights, and administrations both the Serengeti and Kilimanjaro. At 1400m it is both generally cool and wet. Temperatures normal out at 19°C and the town and encompassing zone gets in the area of 1052mm of downpour a year.
Mount Meru can be trekked all year around, however the best time to summit this mountain is during the dry season, from June to the start of March. If you're thinking about a Mount Meru trekking visit during November or December you ought to anticipate periodic downpours during these months. For the best perspectives on the snow-topped housetop of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, we prescribe arranging your Meru trek for January or February.
Mount Meru is situated inside Arusha National Park. Most travelers fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport, which is 60 kilometers/35 miles away. Then again, the city of Arusha is a 1.5-hour drive from the park. You can reach Arusha by local flight or long-separation transport from a few areas in Tanzania and Kenya.
Before attempting to trek the second highest peak of Tanzania, you can either rest in your hotel room to get rid of all the jetlag so that you are energized for your trek. You can also go on safari drives to some of the famous national parks in Tanzania’s Northern Circuit.
While some of the trekker trek Mt Meru as acclimatize before trekking Mt Kilimanjaro so that they usually go on to trek Mt Kilimanjaro. You can also go for safari drives or for a relaxing beach holiday to Zanzibar Island after your Mt. Meru Trek.
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