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Checking in from the Condor's Nest on Illimani, Bolivia. MM Collection
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January 13, 2016

Holiday adventure with family and friends on top of Africa- what a way to end the year!

MM Guide Ben Mality had great news to report on our recent Kilimanjaro expedition: all seven climbers reached the summit. Ben describes the diverse group as "friendly, happy, strong, and active" throughout the trip.

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April 13, 2015

Honeymoon on Kilimanjaro

Our most recent expedition to Kilimanjaro was last month, just before the start of the spring rainy season. Anne and Daniel wanted to celebrate their marriage by taking the trip of a lifetime to Tanzania. Upon arriving, they were taken to our Itikoni Camp in Arusha National Park.  Itikoni is a great spot to rest from their travel to Tanzania and, because it’s at 6,500 ft., they started acclimatizing for the ascent of Kilimanjaro. During their two days at Itikoni Anne and Daniel were able to take game viewing hikes in addition to relaxing and enjoying the amazing food!

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December 8, 2014

2015 Safari Awards Winner!

Mountain Madness is proud to announce that, together with our local Tanzanian partners, we have been honored by The Safari Awards with two wonderful recognitions.

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July 9, 2014

Mount Meru and Safari Trip Report

Mountain Madness guide Ben Mality recently led four clients on a climb of Mount Meru, followed by a stunning safari packed with lions, zebras, cheetahs, hundreds of elephants, and more! Read his complete trip report for more details.

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December 16, 2013

MM Owner And Family Explore Tanzania

The four boys standing on the side of the road were a sure indication that we had left the hustle and bustle of Arusha and that we were now well into Maasai country. As part of the passage into manhood and becoming a Maasai warrior, boys aged 12-16 undergo a circumcision ritual that includes their bodies being painted black. As was the case with the boys on the side of the road, these boys then have about four-six months where they stay in their own hut and wander around together learning how to use bow and arrow; meanwhile, the family prepares for a big celebration for the boys to become warriors. [+] READ MORE