Tanzania Safari Near Mt Meru
Encounter beautiful scenery and wonderful wildlife up close with an unforgettable trip to the Great Rift Valley near Mt Meru .
During your stay in Tanzania, you will get the chance to meet magnificent creatures such as elephants and lions, go volcano hopping and spend some time with the intriguing Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe bushmen.
This all-inclusive safari near to Mt Meru costs $3,850 for a 14-day trip or $2,950 for an 11-day trip. The safari is also available for $300 per person per day and all of these prices cover the cost of the majority of your meals and all of your accommodation.
Trip of a Lifetime
All of the above prices are based on the assumption that two people will be sharing a room, but you can have you own room for just a little extra and when camping you are able to have your own tent.
The price is $2,950 each for an 11-day trip or $3,850 per person for a 14-day trip. You also have the option of paying $300 per person per day. While the price is based on two people sharing, you can choose to have your own room for an additional fee. However, you will always have the option to sleep in your own tent when camping.
For the majority of your safari trip, you will explore the area close to Mt Meru as part of a travelling camp, which will be led by your guide Theodaty.
About Mt Meru
Mount Meru is an active stratovolcano located 70 kilometres (43 miles) west of Mount Kilimanjaro in the nation of Tanzania. At a height of 4,565 metres (14,977 ft), it is visible from Mt Kilimanjaro on a clear day, and is the tenth highest mountain in Africa. 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 in 1910 The several small cones and craters seen in the vicinity probably reflect numerous episodes of volcanic activity.
About Tanzania Rift Valley Safari
The Rift Valley lakes are a group of lakes in the East African Rift which runs through the whole eastern side of the African continent from north to south. These lakes include some of the oldest, largest and deepest lakes in the world, and many are freshwater ecoregions of great biodiversity, while others are alkaline “soda lakes” supporting highly specialised organisms. An unusual and off the beaten track journey around the Great Rift Valley gives you the best of Tanzania’s wildlife, an intimate view into two of their most fascinating cultures and some of the most awesome landscapes on earth.