Mlima - Mountain
Kilimanjaro National Park
It is no surprise that this park found itself on our list since it is iconic. In other words, you should not miss out on visiting it! Kilimanjaro National Park is a World Heritage Site, according to UNESCO, which managed to extend the area to include more mountain forest areas in 2005.Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest point, but also the highest freestanding mountain in the world. It also has three volcanic cones. Two of them are extinct – Shira and Mawenzi. The third one, Kibo, is still dormant and holds a possibility of erupting again. Due to its unique character, it is one of the most desired places to visit in Tanzania.
This entire grandeur is expanded even more by the surrounding plains, creating an isolated picture your eyes will undoubtedly savor. All around the mountain, you can enjoy the mountain forest, an incredible home to some endangered species of mammals.The mountain overlooking the savannah houses a variety of wildlife. This is an important aspect of this national park due to the biodiversity criteria. You can encounter many animals, including zebras, buffalos, and more.The mixture of terrestrial wilderness, mountain peaks, and permanent glaciers is a true wonder. And this fact is why many people choose not only safaris but also to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Whatever your choice, Mount Kilimanjaro National Park is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Kilimanjaro is a pretty tricky climb you know, most of it’s up until you reach the very very top, and then it tends to slope away rather sharply.