Trekking in Africa can take you to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, then allow time to unwind on safari offering a contrasting experience of close encounters with the best wildlife scenes on earth, before relaxing on beautiful white sandy beaches of Zanzibar to soak up the laidback Swahili culture after your mountain and safari experiences. Kilimanjaro is the most elevated summit on the African mainland, yet despite its elevation it does not require prior climbing knowledge. Our expertly selected routes take a lackadaisical pace, appropriate for anybody with a good level of fitness. Mount Meru is an alternative option taking a few less days in contrast to Kilimanjaro, either to be used as practice for its huge cousin or as a compensating trek with beautiful perspectives before you set out on a mobile safari. You can likewise trek Mount Ol Doinyo Lengai, the Mountain of God, is a holy site. The Maasai tribe believes the Engai God can provide knowledge of dry spells, with each tribal family making the journey to the top of the mountain to protect their youngsters and animals, or to ask the support of richness. Mount Ol Doinyo Lengai offers a difficult daylong scramble and requires a good level of fitness to tackle.