Mountain Climbing and Hiking: The highest in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, stands 5869 tall and offer great challenge to those who want to reach at her peak. Mount Meru which is Africa’s fifth highest peak offers great view of Mount Kilimanjaro and Arusha National Park from the summit. Oldonyo Lengai which is only carbonate volcano is very steep, and a true challenge for those wanted to reach on its top.
Apart from three top peaks, other surrounding mountains and hills provides a true challenge for hikers. While in Arusha you can test your physical ability by attempting to hike in one of these hills.
Horse and Camel Safari:
It is your chance to riding camels in the wilderness of Maasai Plains. Horse or Camel Safari allows you to explore Maasai Culture as well as view wildlife and bird watching along the way.
Hills around Mount Meru as well in Rift Valley areas are fabulous for paragliding.
For adventurous mountain biking through African landscape is truly a thrilling experience. Explore the country by ride through forests, mountains and valleys while along the way passing through Maasai Villages and small towns, then into the true African wilderness past herds of antelope, zebra and giraffe.
Cultural activities combines staying with local family, eating local ethnic food and absorbing the culture of the people such as Maasai who have lived in area for years, and learning how they spend their day lives.
Canoeing activities are available in Lake Duluti and Lake Manyara.
Take a walk through African bush it is most wonderful way to come to close to unspoiled natural habitat. The tour will also allow you to learn African culture by visiting villages and town markets.