Kilimanjaro climbing packages


Kilimanjaro Climbing

Mount Kilimanjaro climbing is a guided trip or expedition that takes individuals or groups up Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. These tours are typically organized by specialized tour operators who have experienced guides and staff to help climbers reach the summit safely. The tour will usually start with a briefing and equipment check in the town of Moshi or Arusha, located near the base of the mountain. From there, climbers will be transported to the trailhead and start their ascent up the mountain. The tour operator will provide all the necessary camping and climbing equipment, including tents, sleeping bags, cooking gear, and warm clothing. They will also provide food and water throughout the climb.

Kilimanjaro climbing tours can take between 5-10 days depending on the route chosen and the pace of the climbers. The most popular routes include Machame, Marangu, Lemosho, Rongai, and Northern Circuit. These routes offer different levels of difficulty and scenic beauty. During the climb, climbers will be accompanied by experienced guides and porters who will provide assistance and support along the way. The guides will also provide important information about the mountain, its flora and fauna, and the best ways to acclimatize to the high altitude. Reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro is an amazing achievement, and the views from the top are breathtaking. However, it is important to note that climbing Kilimanjaro is a challenging and physically demanding activity that requires a certain level of fitness and preparation. It is important to choose a reputable tour operator and follow their advice and guidance to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

About Mount Kilimanjaro

Also referred as the Roof of Africa or the Crown of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is both Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s tallest free-standing peak (i.e. it’s standing all by itself in a plain ground, it’s not one peak of many in a mountainous range). Standing at 5,875 meters above sea level, Kilimanjaro is also distinctive as it is located just 330km from the equator. Mount Kilimanjaro comprises of not only one but three volcanic summits. Mawenzi (5,149 m), Shira (3,962 m) the oldest one of the three Kilimanjaro summits is already extinct and the youngest summits Kibo (5,895 m) are dormant volcano and could erupt again in the future.


Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro compared to other mountains in the region like Mount Meru, is a relatively easy climb. You don’t need to be a professional climber to attempt the ascent, although a good level of physical fitness is a must and follow climbing guides provided. With the help and support of our professional and experienced guide team, we can get you to summit so that you can look out across Africa.

Our experienced mountain guides and climbing guide kits will ensure that your climb to the roof of Africa is as safe and easy as possible. Our guides have deep knowledge and years of experience of various routes and the ever-changing climate conditions, allowing them to predict changes and sometimes make routes alteration to avoid accidents along the way. “We, the people of Tanganyika, would like to light a candle and put it on the top of Mount Kilimanjaro which would shine beyond our borders giving hope where there was despair, love where there was hate and dignity where there was before only humiliation.”- Mwalimu J.K.Nyerere 22nd October 1959


Best time to climb kilimanjaro

The finest month for climbing is January, February, and September, when the mountain weather is warmer, the skies clearer, and the possibility of rain is less. June, July, and August are also the best time to climb but with close observation of weather, though they tend to be colder as this is ‘winter’ season in Tanzania. The rainy seasons here in Tanzania especially Kilimanjaro region (March through early June and November or December) are tougher times to climb Kilimanjaro, though it is still possible with appropriate preparation and professional guides.

The popular choice to timing the ascend to summit in the course of the full moon, as the brighter nights improve trail visibility and the moon hanging overhead makes for a spectacular and breath-taking moment when you’re standing atop Mount Kilimanjaro peak, The Roof of Africa.

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