The Best Mount Meru in Arusha National Park – Tanzania

3 days Mount Meru climbing

This Mount Meru is the one of the popular, classic, excellent, best and most beautiful Mount on Africa as one of the major Tanzanian’s attractions found in Arusha National Park standing up to 4,562 meters (14,968 feet) above sea level known for its stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including nearby Mount Kilimanjaro (the world’s tallest free-standing mountain). This Mount Meru is a popular destination for adventurous Africa’s travelers and mountaineers who are looking for a simple challenging climb that known for its diverse vegetation, which includes lush forest, heathland, and alpine desert, as well as its wildlife, such as buffalo, giraffes, and baboons.

The Mount Meru climb to the summit of Mount Meru typically takes 3-4 days, and it is recommended to climb with a guide to ensure your safety and to make the most of your experience. Climbers need to be in good physical condition and prepared for the challenges of high altitude, cold temperatures, and unpredictable weather.

3 days Mount Meru climbing

The best Mount Meru climbing price

The best and affordable price costs for the best 3-day greatest Meru climb is from $ 700 to $800 per climber depending on the services provided during the climb and before climbing. The reasonable and best price costs for the best 4 – day greatest Meru climb is from $ 900 to $1200 per climber which enables you to reach 4,562 meters (14,968 feet) of the second highest mountain in Tanzania and one of the top ten highest mountains in Africa.

How to book hiking tour on Mount Meru?

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The best time to visit Mount Meru

The best time to visit Mount Meru is during the dry season, which run from June to October and from December to March. During this time the weather is generally dry and clear which offers better conditions for climbing and sightseeing. It is also essential to check the weather forecast before embarking on the climb and to prepare appropriately for the condition. Its important to note that Mount Meru can be climbed years round, but the wet season (March to May) should be avoided, as the rain can make the trails slippery and more challenging to navigate. The shoulders seasons of November to February and March to May can still be good time to visit, but visitors should be prepared for more unpredictable weather.

The best Mount Meru summit success rate

The success rate for reaching the summit of Mount Meru is around 98%-99% which is relatively high compared to other popular Mountain climbing destinations. However, it is important to note that the success rate can still vary depending on individual factors such as the route taken, weather condition, altitude acclimatization and the physical condition of the climber. It’s always recommended to properly prepare for a climb and consult with experienced guides to increase your chances of success and ensure safety.

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