Feel the thrill of standing on the peak of Africa’s highest mountain
The temperatures in Arusha range from 13-30 degrees
You want to see the Maasai men stand on one leg for hours?
From the peak of Africa’s highest mountain….
If you’ve got nothing planned for the second of week of February 2020, then you’ve got to keep reading on and start filling your schedule.
If you’ve got something planned for the second week of February 2020, then you’ve still got to keep reading on and start changing your schedule.
Ever wanted to feel the thrill of standing on the peak of Africa’s highest mountain? Ever known what it’s like to stand at the fringes of the Olduvai Gorge, the site of the world’s most important paleoanthropological site, where our earliest forebears learned to make and use stone tools (and probably CAT tools too, if truth be known), and just lose yourself in the awesomeness of contemplation? Ever felt the need to do something different for a change, to place your finger on the world’s pulse in a different location, to feel this throbbing pulse through the hoofbeats of the huge agglomerations of some of the world’s most majestic and magnificent animals thudding on the earth in unison in the Serengeti, in the Selous Game Reserve or any of the other world-famous enclaves where these animals abound?