The Highest Mountain in Africa
Why book with us?
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.
Tent With a View has its own network of camps, lodges and hotels which are at the heart of all the tours we offer. As a result, we are not vulnerable to the whims of other hoteliers and are much better placed to offer reliable long-term price stability.
A Tent With A View began back
in 1995 and is operated by a team with vast experience to smooth your path to
the perfect safari holiday. It has offices in UK and mainland Europe as well as
the head office in Dar es Salaam.
All but three of a team approaching 100-strong are Tanzania nationals, and it operates like a large family with a strong Tanzanian representation in the boardroom and amongst the shareholders.
Care with a View
No tour operator in Tanzania has a better record for good works than Tent With A View. We are conservation specialists with our own research centre and have evolved many communities support initiatives including “Doctors on Safari” and our latest UN sustainable development goal centres.