Ol Doinyo Lengai
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59
上午12:00 - 下午11:59

体验“Ol Doinyo Lengai”和附近景点的最佳方式

149 条点评

Valerie K
1 条分享
2022年8月 • 夫妻情侣
Nach einer sehr kurzen Nacht sind wir mit unseren 2 Maasai Guides um 23 Uhr zum Berg aufgebrochen. Wir sind mit unserem Land Cruiser durch trockene Flussbetten gefahren und haben von der Giraffe Lodge ca. 1h gebraucht. Es wird empfohlen, dass eine Person beim Auto bleibt (daher die 2 Guides).
Unser Aufstieg begann also um Mitternacht; erst recht lange durch einen schmalen Weg mit Gestrüpp (ca. 2h), dann im 40-45 Grad Winkel Bergauf (ca. 3.5h); über Asche, Geröll und Felsplatten. Unsere Pausen waren sehr kurz, da es sehr kalt war. Um 5.30 Uhr erreichten wir den Gipfel. Die feuerrote Lave sieht man nur bei Dunkelheit, sodass wir das Brodeln und die Lava noch 30 Minuten bewundern konnten, bis zu einem absolut atemberaubenden Sonnenaufgang.
Der Abstieg ist fast genau so mühsam wie der Aufstieg - zumindest für unerfahrene Bergsteigerinnen wie mich. Wir brauchten 4.5h hinab.
Insgesamt war es eine 10 stündige Wanderung, die $140 für den Aufstieg, 50.000 Schilling für die Bewachung des Autos und 75.000 Schilling Trinkgeld für unseren Bergführer gekostet hat, absolut anstrengend (für unerfahrene aber fitte Personen ist) aber absolut lohnenswert ist!
Wir hatten zwar die Giraffe Lodge nach der Organisation des Guides gefragt, das hatten sie leider etwas verschlafen. Unseren Guide, Baraka, hatten wir am Parkeingang kennengelernt - er war dem Hotel auch bekannt und sehr freundlich. Er war damit einverstanden, seine Nummer hier zu teilen, falls jemand einen Guide für den Aufstieg braucht:
Barajas Telefonnummer (er ist über WhatsApp erreichbar): +255 693 753 994
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11 条分享
2022年8月 • 独自旅游
One of the best volcanos you can climb in Africa: steep stratovolcano, active lava lake in the crater, unique geology, few tourists, remote, gorgeous desert landscape.

So you would need some help in organizing the trip. Daudi, a guide from Engaresero, lake Natron, is a Massai and knows the place. He helped me to find a place to stay, how to get there, where to eat and wrote me many times during the pandemic which delayed my trip for 1 year.

Daudi welcomed me and cared for me the whole time. He climed the mountain with me, was a very caring guide, showed me lake Natron and brought me to a waterfall.

He is very knowledgable, could explain a lot about volcanos, plants and the daily life and culture of the Massai.

He is also a very nice and funny guy, , you can trust and rely on him.

I really enjoyed my stay with him and can highly recommend him as a guide.

His telefon number  +255 689 061 217 and his email address naatandoros@gmail.com

If you like volcanos, climb Ol Doyinyo Lengai! If you need a trustworthy guide, take Daudi!
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We went on a night hike with a masaai guide from eco giraffe lodge. The guide was very good and helpful. The views were spectacular and the volcanos and rock formations amazing to see. It is a once in a lifetime experience to witness an active volcano and experience the sights, sounds and smells.
However nothing prepared us for the difficulty of the hike, the description provided on eco giraffe lodge page does not prepare you for this. This is not for the faint hearted or those with a fear of heights! A good degree of fitness is required. We are regular hikers but have not experienced a hike that goes straight up, not a minute of flat terrain or switchbacks. The path is very overgrown with spiky and sticky grass so wear long pants. Towards the top the angle of the slope is 40 - 45 degree's and the descent on this is slope is quite scary, which is also in day light so you can see the drop. We struggled but were determined to reach the top, unfortunately we missed sunrise as we struggled with the steep terrain. Hikers should take at least 3 litres of water (even at night) and high energy snacks.
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德国9 条分享
Der Ol doinyo Lengai ist ein faszinierender Berg. Der Aufstieg ist anstrengend, aber wenn man etwas Bergerfahrung hat und körperlich fit ist, durchaus machbar. ca. 1700 Höhenmeter sind auf ca. 5 km Entfernung zu überwinden.
Wir starteten ca. 2 Uhr und waren kurz vor Sonnenaufgang oben. Es war windig und ziemlich kalt. Oben wechselten sich Wolken und freier Blick ab. So hatten wir immer wieder einen schönen Blick in den Krater und auf das Umland.
Sehr empfehlenswert.
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Julianna J
波兰华沙9 条分享
I decided to climb Ol Doinyo Lengai spontaneously as I found out it is the only active volcano ( I'm a volcano freak) and gives you opportunity to see the lava inside. I convinced my friend to go together so we traveled by his car ( we did not take 4 wheel which resulted in a broken exaust fixed with tape but local Masaii :D ). We found the tent to stay at Maasai Giraffe Eco Lodge which is a lovely camping spot with great owners.As we arrived, at campsite we found the Masai guide Peter with whom we were supposed to climb at night. We were SUPPOSED to, as once at night we reached the base, it was pouring rain and storm so there was no chance to climb in these conditions, we spent about hour waiting for the rain to stop nothing.... We came back at camping site tired and a little bit discouraged. We were plaanning to come back home next day but the guide convinced us to try to climb during the day. So we set off! My friend resigned after 20 mins though ( he was not that much into climbing it either). I stayed with a guide - it was quite hard from the beggining because of the heat but it was definitely doable during first two hours. After that the steeper part start. I acutally found out it is the hardest climb of Tanzania during the hike ( the guide traveled quite a lot in Africa and says its among two hardest climb he has ever done in his life). I was very much motivated to climb it but after 3 hours I was slowly getting discouraged, I was very tired ( not slept much night before) and my body was starting to feel weak. Guide Peter was very encouraging though and supportive. The worst part was 1 hours before the summit - it is the steepest part, I would never belive I could climb something like that but for me the most scary part was the descent - when I imagined that we will be descending at night I started to freak out, I started to cry asking the guide to come back. Peter is an amazing guide, instead of agreeing, he said " you're a strong girl, I knwo you can do it", he grabbed my hand and started to guide me through the steepest part of the climb. In tears I managed to reach the summit and I started to cry but this time from the happinness. The crater, the views, the sunset, the lava lake at night - was unforgettable but the most was the feeling of achieveing something so hard. I'll never forget that rewarding feeling which was worth all this effort.
Although Peter the guide was also descending it at night for the first time, descending at night was not a bad idea - as you don;t see the whole surface and how steep it is, you just focus on your next step which helps you to descend. I was never so exausted during my whole life but thanks I made it to the top I had power to go down.
I love hiking but I was totally unprepared for it and never did such a difficult climb but what turns out - climbing it is in your head, I heard so many stories that people in a great shape were turning back, it is really in your head and the support of your guide which helps you make it. I really recommend it as unforgettable experience but of course - please take it seriously. Bring a lot of water, some warm clothes for a top ( I was very lucky that Peter the guide brought me some gloves and hat) . I also recommend to go Pole Pole ( slowly) during the day we started to climb at 12 30 pm which is a little bit too late in my opinion and we were rushing a little bit for a sunset ( the climb up took us 6 hours and descent 5 hours). Climbing during the day is really not bad if you can stand some heat ( remember about sunscreen and the hat).
I loved it, despite the fact the guide saw all the faces of mine and I was so angry sometimes during it, it really influenced my personality somehow,.
"If you climb this mountain, you can do everything"
" Climbing Kilimanjaro is like a walk in the forest comparing to this one"

This is what I heard after the climb. It is a magical place and can turn out into a life-changing experience.
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Peter M
奥地利维也纳151 条分享
This volcano is changing its appearance constantly. As I was climbing already many volcanoes around the world, I arranged with a Maasai to climb the mountain. Around 23:00 we left from the Natron Lodge and started the hike at around midnight from 1,150m, this is the maximum you can access by 4WD.
Total ascent was about 5 hours, as we realized that we are too fast, we slept around an hour at about 2.000m to be at the rim at sunset. The climb is quite easy up to the half, but then gets steeper and steeper. Its great that you cannot see too much with the tiny lamps, you just proceed step by step over rocky and sharp edged lava until you reach a short traverse to the south and reach the rim (GPS 2.855m). When we came up we were in the middle of a cloud, bu some minutes later the view became clear and we could observe the crater (around 100m below) and a big "hornito", a big cone in the center of the crater which exhausted some sulfur gases.The views from the rim to the mountains in the West and into the rift valley with the low standing sun is very beautiful! After about an hour we left the rim and climbed back to the car, which took as about 4 hours, more than expected due to the sharp rocks and partly slippery formations. Be aware that you have to climb more than 1.700m up AND down, we met some local people stranded on the way and almost unable to return safely through steep terrain!
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Philippe B
31 条分享
Cette région du pays Maasai vaut absolument le détour, même si le million de flamants nains qui nichent sur le lac Natron était absent cette année. Les paysages sont hallucinants, entre Islande pelée et savane de carte postale.
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荷兰乌特勒支21 条分享
Hard to climb, steep and slippery but with the experience. We hiked from the base with Deo a local guide from Kilidove tours outfitter based in Arusha. Sunrise was amazing
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Baraka L
坦桑尼亚阿鲁沙18 条分享
This is the one Active volcanic mountain located northen side of Ngororongo
And it is only mountain produce white Nitrate
unforgetable mountain and you will be a compained with Engaresero eramate tour guide
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纽约州纽约市3 条分享
2019年12月 • 家庭
After Kilimanjaro trekking we decided to go on safari we also get the time to visit this mount our safari guide was so good he let us to meet/ talk to local people also he was so knowledgeable about the animals and all around and also the tour operator was very organized Uprise Africa Explorer thanks again for unforgettable experience
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