- 5 days trekking Mt. Meru


After your arrival at JRO International Airport, we'll transfer you to Arusha for dinner and overnight stay at the Arusha Hotel.

Day 1: After breakfast, we'll depart to Arusha National Park at Momela Gate. After gate clearance, we'll proceed to the park HQ for luggage weighing and starting your safari though the lush forest crossing Engare and Nyuki river to reach Mariakamba Hut, 8337m above sea level. It take 5-6hrs and you'll then have dinner and overnight stay at Mariakamba Hut.

Day 2: After breakfast, you'll start your safari at Saddle Hut ascending steeply though pleasant forest glades and giant heather to Saddle Hut. It is about 12,450/3794m above sea level and takes 3-5hrs. Dinner and overnight stay will be at the Saddle Hut.

Day 3: After an early morning start, we'll continue our safari to Rhino Point. From here, you will enjoy the view of Mount Kilimanjaro, Little Meru, Meru Crater, Ash Cone Momella Lake, Cliff Face, Meru Summit. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Mariakamba Hut.

Day 4: After breakfast at Mariakamba Hut, we'll depart back to Park Head Office to the gate to award you with a certificate for conquering the 2nd highest peak in Tanzania. Then we'll depart to Arusha for dinner and overnight stay at the Arusha hotel.

Day 5: After breakfast, we'll take you back to JRO International Airport for your journey back home.

Price includes:

Hut fees, Park fees, Rescue fees, 3 Meals a day, Mineral water, Guide, porters and lunch packs Transport and Transfers; 2 Nights Accommodation as specified HB.

Price does NOT include:

Tips to Guides, Flight costs, Visa, Mountain Trekking Clothes, Medical insurance and all things of Personal Nature.

Domestic flights, cultural visits & excursions to be added onto the costs according to clients need.


According to some accounts, the name "bush baby" comes from either the animal's cries or its appearance. The South African name nagapie comes from the fact that they are almost exclusively seen at night.

Generally, the social structure of the bushbaby has components of both social life and solitary life. This can be seen in their play. They will swing off branches or climb high and throw things.

Social play includes play fights, play grooming, and following-play. When following-play, two bushbabies will jump sporadically and chase each other through the trees.

The older bushbabies in a group prefer to rest alone, while younger ones are in constant contact with one another.