The Highest Mountain in Africa
Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s highest free-standing mountain. It is climbed each year by enthusiastic visitors to Tanzania from accomplished climbers to first timers climbing for charity. They each have the same goal - reaching the snow-capped summit. Some take 5 days, others take 8 depending on the route chosen. There are a number of alternative routes, some busier than others.
We have a fantastic partner in Tanzania who specialises in Kilimanjaro climbs established for more than 35 years and family-run. They have a phenomenal success rate of over 90%. Most guests who climb Kilimanjaro combine it with a safari & beach break. We can create the whole experience for you whether it be just the climb or a combination with a safari and/or beach. Between us we have more than 65 years’ experience on the ground.
We have included the 3 most popular routes - the Marangu route, Machame route and Lemosho route with climbs between 7-9 days. It is recommended that climbers take a minimum of 7 days to do the climb. The per person price reduces the larger the group. It’s important to note that all climbers must be 16 years or older.