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Facts and Tips About Africa Mountain Climbing Experience


In Africa, there are a lot of wildlife and natural adventures awaiting, from great safaris, diverse beaches, and the mountains, providing an amazing view of Africa's breathtaking scenery most especially for those looking for adventure. The magnificent rooftops of Africa from the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro, theAlpine meadows of the High Atlas Mountains, to the forest-clothed and great slopes of Mount Kenya, enjoy the glorious views and a vast range of trekking and mountain climbing experiences for all types of climbers for families, weekend warriors, and hardcore mountaineers.


Africa's top seven for trekking and hiking include Kilimanjaro, Atlas Mountains, Mount Kenya, Mount Meru, Simien Mountains, and the Drakensberg. Try the 5,895 meters Kilimanjaro and you will see yourself standing at the highest point of Africa. Kilimanjaro is a majestic mountain which is the most-visited trekking destination in Africa which attracts thousands of adventurers and tourists every year. Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro does not need technical expertise and no special equipment needed, you just have to be physically fit. It offers to six Trekking Mount Kenya routes to choose from with different degrees difficulty. On the other hand, the Hogh Atlas is found in central Morocco hosting North's Africa's highest peak, Mount Toubkal (4,165 meters) with challenging and demanding terrains ideal for technical climbers. You get to discover the spectacular gorges as well as rolling valleys and get to know the local Berber who inhabited the mountain for centuries. The Hight Atlas is best to climb during the summer season. Mount Meru is a beautiful volcanic cinder cone with diverse wildlife and stunning views, with slopes coated with 2,900 meters of rainforest, giving way to its rocky areas.


Mount Kenya is a long-extinct volcano which is the second-highest peak in Africa at 5,199 meters that lies south of the equator with diverse wildlife, glacial valleys, and vegetation zones, a perfect place for trekking and climbing. In East Africa, Mount Kenya is the most technical with different routes on the way to the summit such as Sirimon route and Chogoria route. Know about the Mount Kenya Climbing Routes here!


It usually takes 3 to 7 days for the mountain climbing to complete. If you need more information about Mount Kenya trekking and climbing adventures, feel free to check our website or homepage now. Enjoy Kenya Safari Holiday with the different Safari packages we are offering today. Talk to us about choosing the best Mount Kenya climbing routes for your one of a kind African Safari adventure. You may also check https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rI4NkmusAo for more ideas.