Mountains in Tanzania






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makarot

in Ngorongoro conservation area

mount Makarot
Altitude: 3130 m.a.m.s.l. A volcanic cone/mountain located inside the Ngorongoro conservation area of Northern Tanzania. It serves as a potential hiking destination for tourists - a one day hike with the option of visiting its neighbour mount Satiman ...
hanang

in Manyara

mount Hanang
Altitude: 3417 m.a.m.s.l. The fourth highest peak in Tanzania, located about a 4 hour drive south of its northern border - Namanga. It mainly serves as a hiking destination, with hikes to its top taking one or two days...
ol doinyo lengai

in gregory rift, ngorongoro conservation area

mount Ol Doinyo Lengai
An active volcanic mountain located in the northern Arusha region of Tanzania. At a height of 3188m above sea level, it is the third highest mountain in the country and part of the volcanic system of the East African Rift valley. The mountain's erupt...
lolmalasin

in Ngorongoro conservation area

mount Lolmalasin
Altitude: 3648 m.a.m.s.l. A gentle sided mountain located inside the Ngorongoro conservation area, that serves a hiking destination. It is located close to another mountain - Losirua with a ridge joining them to form what what looks like a single mou...
losirua

in Ngorongoro conservation area

mount Losirua
Altitude: 3260 m.a.m.s.l. Losirua is a gentle sided mountain that is one of the features of east Africa's Gregory rift and is located within the Ngorongoro conservation area. North of it lies its neighbour, Lolmalasin - connected to it via a high rid...
satiman

in Ngorongoro conservation area

mount Satiman
Altitude:2860 m.a.m.s.l. A volcanic cone/mountain that is located inside the Ngorongoro conservation area of northern Tanzania. It serves as a hiking destination for tourists, a one day climb, at the end of which one can enjoy amaz...
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