Volcanoes of Tanzania (23)

Burko | Embagai | Gelai | Hanang | Igwisi Hills | Izumbwe-Mpoli | Katete | Kerimasi | Ketumbeine | Kilimanjaro | Kwaraha | Kyejo | Loolmalasin | Meru | Ngorongoro | Ngozi | Ol Doinyo Lengai | Olmoti | Rungwe | Sadiman | SW Usangu Basin | Tukuyu | Usangu Scarp Basalt
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Burko

(Stratovolcano 2136 m / 7008 ft)
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Embagai

(Caldera 3220 m / 10564 ft)
Embagai (also spelled Empakai) is an extinct volcano in the Tanzanian Rift valley near the famous Ngorongoro crater.
Its caldera is surrounded by steep, forested cliffs approx. 300 m high and contains a beautiful crater lake home to thousands of flamingos and other birds. [more]

Gelai

(Shield 2942 m / 9652 ft)
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Hanang

(Stratovolcano 3418 m / 11214 ft)
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Igwisi Hills

(Tuff cones unknown summit elevation)
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Izumbwe-Mpoli

(Pyroclastic cones 1568 m / 5,144 ft)
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Katete

(Stratovolcano 2481 m / 8140 ft)
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Kerimasi

(Stratovolcano 2600 m / 8530 ft)
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Ketumbeine

(Shield 2942 m / 9652 ft)
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Kilimanjaro

(Stratovolcano 5895 m (19,340 ft))
Massive Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, consists of three large stratovolcanoes constructed along a NW-SE trend. [more]

Kwaraha

(Stratovolcano 2415 m / 7923 ft)
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Kyejo

(Stratovolcano 2175 m / 7,136 ft)
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Loolmalasin

(Unknown 3627 m / 11900 ft)
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Meru

(Stratovolcano 4565 m / 14,977 ft)
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Ngorongoro

(Caldera 2376 m / 7795 ft)
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Ngozi

(Caldera 2622 m / 8,602 ft)
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Ol Doinyo Lengai

(Stratovolcano 2890 m )
Erupting hornito at Lengai volcano
Erupting hornito at Lengai volcano
Ol Doinyo Lengai, a symmetrical, steep classical stratovolcano rises majestically about 2000m from the East Africal Rift Valley depression to a summit elevation of 2890 m. To the Maassai people, it is home of God, which is also the meaning of the name. Ol Doinyo Lengai is the onl... [more]

Olmoti

(Caldera 3099 m / 10167 ft)
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Rungwe

(Stratovolcano 2956 m / 9,698 ft)
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Sadiman

(Stratovolcano 2865 m / 9400 ft)
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SW Usangu Basin

(Lava domes 2179 m / 7,149 ft)
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Tukuyu

(Shield 1541 m / 5056 ft)
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Usangu Scarp Basalt

(Pyroclastic cone 1690 m / 5545 ft)
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