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Kilimanjaro Climb

The world’s highest free-standing mountain is a huge draw for many people. Come and see the last glaciers on the equator before climate change melts them away. When Kilimanjaro shows itself through the cloud it is an incredible sight, rising singly from the flat plains below. You’ve just got to climb it!

Kilimanjaro climb 
The Marangu Route

7 Days

Coca-Cola Route   •   Hut accommodations   •   Suitable for beginners    •   ​Certified porter (15 kg max.)   •   Private chef / cook

US $2195

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The Lemosho Route

9 Days

Scenic beauty and low traffic   •   ​​Diverse terrain   •   ​​Highest success rate    •   Certified porter (15 kg max.)   •   Private chef

US $2945

Kilimanjaro climb 
The Machame Route

8 Days

The Whiskey Route   •   Stunning scenery and diverse landscapes   •   ​Challenging route   •   Certified porter (15 kg max.)   •   Private chef

US $2550

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Climbing Kilimanjaro: Conquer Africa's Highest Peak

Towering majestically at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) above sea level, Kilimanjaro offers a challenge like no other. Whether you're a seasoned mountaineer or an adventurous spirit seeking a once-in-a-lifetime experience, climbing Kilimanjaro promises breathtaking vistas and an unparalleled sense of achievement.

Choosing a Reputable Company: When planning your Kilimanjaro expedition, selecting a reputable company is paramount. Beyond the route you choose, the experience, safety, and success of your climb largely depend on the expertise and professionalism of your guides and support staff. A company with a proven track record and high success rates can make all the difference, ensuring a safe and enjoyable journey to the summit.

Popular Routes While there are several routes to the summit, each offering unique challenges and scenic views, the following are among the most popular:

Machame Route: ​Known as the "Whiskey Route," Machame is favoured for its stunning scenery and diverse landscapes.
It's a challenging route that allows for proper acclimatization, ascending through lush rainforests, moorlands, and alpine deserts.
Machame typically takes 6-7 days to complete, providing ample time for acclimatization and maximizing your chances of reaching the summit.

Marangu Route: ​Dubbed the "Coca-Cola Route," Marangu is one of the oldest and most established routes on Kilimanjaro.
It offers comfortable hut accommodations along the way, making it a popular choice for those seeking a bit more comfort during their trek.
Marangu is known for its gradual ascent and well-defined paths, making it suitable for beginners or those with limited mountaineering experience.
Lemosho Route: ​Renowned for its scenic beauty and low traffic, Lemosho offers a more remote and tranquil trekking experience.
It traverses diverse terrain, from lush rainforests to rugged alpine zones, providing ample opportunities to spot wildlife along the way.
Lemosho typically takes 7-8 days, allowing for excellent acclimatization and a higher success rate on summit day.

Regardless of the route you choose, the expertise and reliability of your chosen company are paramount. A reputable company will ensure your safety, comfort, and success throughout the expedition, allowing you to focus on the awe-inspiring journey to Kilimanjaro's legendary summit.

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime and conquer Kilimanjaro with confidence, knowing that you're in capable hands every step of the way.

Summit Kilimanjaro with Confidence

Reach new heights with peace of mind as you ascend Kilimanjaro, accompanied by seasoned guides committed to your safety and satisfaction throughout your journey.


How difficult is it to climb Kilimanjaro?

While Kilimanjaro is not a technical climb and doesn't require any special equipment like ropes or ice axes, it is still a challenging trek due to its high altitude.  It's important to be in good physical condition and to be prepared for the effects of altitude sickness.

What time of year is best to climb Kilimanjaro?

The best time to climb Kilimanjaro is during the dry seasons, which are from mid-December to mid-March and from June to October.  These months offer the best weather conditions for hiking, with minimal rain and clear skies.

Do I need any special experience or training to climb Kilimanjaro?

You don't need any specific climbing experience to climb Kilimanjaro, but you do need to be in good physical condition.  A good training program should include regular cardiovascular exercise, as well as strength training to help you carry your backpack.

What kind of gear do I need to climb Kilimanjaro?

You'll need a variety of gear for your Kilimanjaro climb, including hiking boots, warm clothing, a rain jacket, a headlamp, and a sleeping bag.  Your outfitter will provide you with a more detailed list of gear that is recommended for your climb.

How long does it take to climb Kilimanjaro?

The length of your Kilimanjaro climb will depend on the route you choose.  Most climbs take between 5 and 9 days.  The longer routes allow for more acclimatization time, which can help to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.

How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro?

The cost of climbing Kilimanjaro can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the length of your climb, the route you choose, and the outfitter you go with.  Generally, you can expect to pay anywhere from $2,500 to $6,000 for a climb.

What are the chances of getting altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness is a common problem for climbers on Kilimanjaro.  The symptoms of altitude sickness can include headache, nausea, fatigue, and shortness of breath.  The best way to avoid altitude sickness is to ascend slowly and to drink plenty of fluids.

What is the success rate for climbing Kilimanjaro?

The success rate for climbing Kilimanjaro is about 60-70%.  The most common reasons for people not summiting are altitude sickness and exhaustion.

What are the toilets like on Kilimanjaro?

The toilets on Kilimanjaro are basic and unsanitary.  They are typically just holes in the ground that are enclosed by a tent.  You will need to bring your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

Can I shower on Kilimanjaro?

Showers are not available on most Kilimanjaro climbs.  However, some outfitters do offer campers with a wash basin where they can wash up with a bowl of water.