South of Lake Natron in the eastern rift valley of North Tanzania, lies Mount Ol Doinyo Lengai, locally viewed as the holy Mountain of God in the Maa Language, a functioning volcano. At 2878meters, Mt. Ol Doinyo Lengai is the main known volcano on the planet that occasionally emits natrocarbonatite magma. Your climb of Ol Doinyo Lengai with us at Betheli Expedition (T) Ltd offers you the best opportunity to explore an active volcano.
It is 137 kilometers toward the northwest of Arusha town, close by the western feign of the Great Rift Valley, sitting above Lake Natron on the periphery with Kenya.
The mountain can be trekked in 6 hours, bearing astonishing perspectives of the Great Rift Valley and volcanic approaches in the Ngorongoro great nations as you find a good pace. Generally, it is a gutsy trip beginning from the outset light. We to make your expedition more comfortable and enjoyable have made our trekking schedule of 4 days including 1 night at the hotel.
Depicted by others as a likely productive, geochemical safe house, Ol Doinyo Lengai is a significant truly requesting climb. Its grand inclination makes it a test to climb and despite going down and the daytime warm is despicable. The best time to climb the mountain is around evening time when the temperatures are lower. This enables the climber to watch the astounding first light at the summit and return before the expending warmth kicks in.
The experience is amazing and adventurous. During your climb, you have the opportunity to explore an active volcanic cone and may even have the opportunity to set your foot on still seaming new ground. It is not only the climb will fascinate you but also your visit to Ngaresero village and Lake Natron will give a different flavor to your excursion.