Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania’s highest peak and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, dominates the landscape like no other mountain, iconic and instantly recognizable.
Climbing Kilimanjaro is a fantastic challenge that is completely doable for the active traveler or keen walker looking for something new. In just a few days, you’ll ascend Kilimanjaro from Africa’s hot plains through grasslands, tropical rain forests, alpine meadows, moorlands, and desert uplands to snow and ice.
Five eco-climatic zones take you to the equivalent of a trip from the equator to the arctic in a brief tour. As one climbs Kilimanjaro, vegetation and weather change in response to the changing elevation
We have regular climbs on four of the main routes as one of the premier Mount Kilimanjaro tour operators:
The one question we are asked more often than any other is “which is the best route to climb Kilimanjaro”. And the answer depends on what you want.
Contact us to arrange a private Kilimanjaro trek or join one of our open trips to meet like-minded people. Along with itineraries, altitude profiles, kit lists, and pictures, the route pages below include
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Our Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking Adventure Itineraries mainly includes
The Lemosho Route is widely considered to be the best route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Not too long ago, there were only two main routes used to climb Kilimanjaro – the Marangu (Coca Cola) route and the Machame (Whiskey) route.
The seven-day Machame variation is the ideal schedule for this route. On the 7 day Machame route, the trek from Barranco to Barafu is broken up into two days, allowing for a short day just prior to the summit attempt.
Kilimanjaro climbing 6 days Machame Route, the so-known as “Whiskey” route which means challenging route . Climb Kilimanjaro 6 days, Machame the best route. It is the second most popular and one of the most scenic routes.
The Marangu Route is perhaps the easiest and most comfortable route to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro. The route is well developed and the climb is constant and moderate.
Starts in Arusha, when you arrive on day 1 at your lodge. The climb begins at the remote, northern side of Kilimanjaro, near the Kenyan border. We hike through a true wilderness area towards the jagged Mawenzi Peak.
Beside is a link to our Multiday and Daytrips Special Safari Package’s in addition you will visit different parts of Tanzania