Climb Uhuru Peak for an unforgettable adventure
Looking for adventure at a high altitude? Book a flight to Kilimanjaro and you’ll be overwhelmed by the tropical forests, volcanos and glaciers. Accept the challenge and climb this African giant to the snow-capped Uhuru Peak. The view of Kilimanjaro National Park is breathtaking!
A challenge for adventurers
Did you know that Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain (5,892 metres) in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world? This giant is located in Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania and you can even see it from Nairobi, Kenya. The mountain is an irresistible challenge for climbers. Put on your walking boots, as any fit and healthy hiker can make it to the top. With a bit of luck, you’ll also spot remarkable animals such as elks, buffaloes and apes. Colobus monkeys and blue monkeys are particularly keen to be seen. Kilimanjaro is the perfect starting point for an adventurous safari or a fascinating tour through East Africa. Treat yourself: book a flight to Kilimanjaro now!Book a flight to Kilimanjaro
Lakes and craters in Arusha National Park
There’s another nature reserve near Kilimanjaro National Park: Arusha National Park. You can walk around lakes and endless, deep volcanic craters here. Alternatively, go on a jeep safari and see buffaloes, apes and giraffes at close quarters. Tanzania also offers you the unique opportunity of a canoe safari. You can take in the landscape and the wildlife in a very special manner as you paddle.
Flights to Kilimanjaro for a unique holiday
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Mount Kilimanjaro with its snow-capped crown at 5,895 metres above sea level is the highest mountain in Africa. Although much higher than the Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest peak at 4,810 m, the summit is accessible to both professionals and keen amateurs. But it is still quite a climb that normally takes at least 6 days.
A snowy mountain on the distant horizon is a rare sight in Africa. Yet Mount Kilimanjaro is just as African as the lions and giraffes. Because of its privileged location, the Roof of Africa is very popular with hikers and climbers. Those who would rather not undertake the long journey to the summit can still enjoy the spectacular landscape around it.
Despite the fact that Arusha National Park is a lot smaller than the neighbouring wildlife reserves, there is a lot to see. This is due to its very diverse habitats which are situated around craters and lakes. Mount Meru dominates the horizon and offers magnificent views. And with 2 airports nearby, Arusha NP is one of the most accessible parks in Tanzania.
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