Kalala Tours & Safaris.

"Serve nature through tour"

Mountain Climbing

Mount Kilimanjaro

Always day1: After picked up from Kilimanjaro  airport then transfer to Hotel at Arusha/ or Moshi for dinner and overnight then next day we might do one of next for aclimatize:-

Day trip safaris, We do this for acclimatize for those who climbing Mount Kilimanjaro on next day and we do it to Arusha natural national parks in that is at 1750 meter above sea level, Here we can see animals like  Giraffe, Leopard which is most solitary & hidden, Black and white colobus  Monkey, Warthog, Zebra, Buffalo, Duikers, Hyena, Blue monkey, Servile cat, Wildebeest, Topi, Impala, Kongoni, Dik-kids, Waterback, Bohor Reedbucks, Klipspringer, Hippopotamus, Bush Pig, Olive baboon, Vervet  Monkey, Senegal galago,, Bush baby, lots of birds, insects once you are interested and many plants. Is real good for acclimatize, Cost from one person in usd person for 7 people, all included, Except tips, flight tickets, alcohol and cigarette


Mount Meru

Mount Meru is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and the fifth highest in Africa. Mount Meru is an active volcano located 70 kilometres (44 miles) west of Mount Kilimanjaro At a height of 4,566 metres (14,980 ft), it is still visible from Mt Kilimanjaro on a clear day. Much of its bulk was lost about 8,000 years ago due to an eastward volcanic blast, similar to the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens in the U.S. state of Washington. Mount Meru most recently had a minor eruption about a century ago. The several small cones and craters seen in the vicinity probably reflect numerous episodes of volcanic activity.

Mount Meru is the topographic centerpiece of Arusha National Park. Its fertile slopes rise above the surrounding savanna and support a forest that hosts diverse wildlife, including nearly 400 species of birds, and also monkeys and leopards. Mount Meru is one of Africa's highest and most beautiful volcanoes. The route to the summit passes through parkland, montane forest, a giant heather zone and moorland. Finally, the summit is reached by a narrow, barren ridge which provides stunning views of the Ash Cone lying several thousand feet below in the crater and Kilimanjaro in the background. Over 400 species of birds, rhino, elephant, buffalo, baboon, warthog, black and white Colobus monkey and duiker are all found in this delightful 'gem amongst parks'. The visit to the Ngurdoto crater and Momella lakes, with their superb scenery, flamingoes and other wildlife, is an unforgettable experience.