Super Game Tanzania Safaris and Tours

SG Tanzania Mountain Trekking

Mountain Trekking

For getting the best ever experience of trekking & hiking hills, reach out to Tanzania. Trekking & Hiking in Tanzania is an especially greatinvolvementfor those who looking for an active holiday adventure and you get the chance to experience waterfalls, nature, wildlife, spectacular scenery, and wildlife from national parks, towns and villages which share a backdrop of towering mountains, vast savannah, craters or the Rift valley. Africa’s highest peak is 5895m or 19,341ft; Uhuru peak – Mount Kilimanjaro, is one of the most popular options although there are many possibilities and off-the-beaten-track locations as well. It’s an amazing trek but most people don’t know that Tanzania has many other awesome trekking routes and peaks to climb. With so many mountain ranges throughout Tanzania, there are plenty of different hikes before or after your ascent to Mount Kilimanjaro.

4 Best Mountains to visit or hike in Tanzania:

These recommendations are based on weather patterns and trends. Mountains are extremely unpredictable so we always recommend you to be prepared for any weather outcome regardless of the predicted season. For the Trekking Tour in Tanzania, we recommend the Excellent time is January, February, July, August, September, and October.


Within our predicted dry season, these months generally have dry summer conditions and good mountain weather makes the trek more achievable. These are also the busiest months and you may find all routes are busy in this period.


A good time is March, June, November, December

These months usually are between our dry season and wet season where conditions are generally dry on the mountain though you may still experience some rain. These are mostly great months for those looking to avoid the crowds as most will travel in the time given above.


Mixed time is April, May

Our predicted ‘long rain’ season in Tanzania where the chances of rain are very high and downpours can be heavy (tropical!) and which makes trekking very difficult. For a trained &experienced mountaineer this time can be a great time to avoid all the crowds who usually skip these months.


Mount Kilimanjaro

This is an unspoilt, remote, less-used, and beautiful way up to the Shira Plateau.


Mount Meru

Mt. Meru is located in the heart of Arusha National Park and it is 50 miles west of Mt. Kilimanjaro.


Mount Oldoinyo Lengai

This itinerary is suitable to all people who are fit and really enjoying the culture mixed with adventures