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Our charity challenge will see us cycle from the lower slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro, through both Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks which boast some of this planet's most amazing wildlife. 


We’ll ride through the Great Rift Valley and into Maasai villages to eventually finish at the jaw-dropping UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Ngorongoro Crater Reserve.  We’re struggling to fit any more into this amazing charity challenge!  

Some say this is a cycling challenge safari, and we understand why! Join our team, train, ride and remember Africa with us on this super special challenge. 

Key Points

Challenge Duration

Challenge Duration 9 days

Activity Duration

Activity Duration 5 days

Challenge Distance

Challenge Distance 345km (approx.)

Challenge Grading

Challenge Grading Tough

Accommodation Type

Accommodation Type Hotels & Camping

Min. Numbers Required

Min. Numbers Required 15
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Challenge Highlights

Cycle the iconic slopes of Kilimanjaro. Sleep in a traditional Maasai village (boma). Cycle through two National Parks – Lake Manyara and Tarangire. Finish at the UNESCO World Heritage site – the Ngorongoro Crater.

Why Choose Global Adventure Challenges

  • We work with local in-country ground handlers, who employ qualified local guides to boost local economy and income.
  • One of our friendly, approachable but experienced UK Challenge Leaders accompanies every group.
  • A dedicated Customer Care team supports each participant from registration, and always on hand to answer queries.
  • Flexible payment plans are available to spread the cost of the challenge in the months leading up to departure.

The route was challenging, diverse, hilly, sandy and rocky - but I absolutely loved it. I have to say it was my best challenge yet.

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