There is nothing quite like Kilimanjaro anywhere else on earth. The world’s tallest freestanding mountain and the only place on land where you can clearly see the curvature of the earth! It is a challenge, no doubt, but the rewards are immense – the friendly welcome and endless encouragement from the Kilimanjaro guides and porters, the endemic fauna, the history, geology and local mythology, and the warmth of the sun rising over Africa, climbing slowly above the summit of Mawenzi and catching the glacial ice that accompanies you along the crater rim to a namely Uhuru Peak (the Kilimanjaro) – 5895m.

Whether it is your first time to climb Kilimanjaro or whether you have climbed many other mountains, we have the best climbing route for you. We encourage you to select the route that best suits you and make the most of your comfort and increase the chance of success to the top.

Rongai Route: Rongai 7 days route begins at the northern side of Kilimanjaro. We walk through a true wilderness area towards the toothed Mawenzi Peak. The Rongai route is a steady ascent and is favored by those with little experience, Total trip duration is 9 days.

Shira Route: Shira 8 days route approaches the summit from the west side via Barafu camp and Stella Point, before descending via the Mweka Route and Millennium camp. We walk across an alpine plateau and pass through the caldera of Shira volcano and exploring the rock formations of the plateau.

The 8 days route gives a complete maximum time to acclimatization and also gives the perfect view of the glaciers on the crater rim, before joining with other routes and making the final ascent to the top. Total trip duration is 10 days.

Lemosho Route: Lemosho 8 days route approaches the summit from the western side of the Kilimanjaro by the lightly-used Lemosho route. Lemosho route is considered to be easier and more beautiful than any other trail and it retains a real sense of unspoiled wilderness. We travel through forest and moorland from the west, crossing the caldera of Shira volcano and exploring the rock formations of the plateau.

The 8 days route gives a complete maximum time to acclimatization and also gives the perfect view of the glaciers on the crater rim, before joining with other routes and making the final ascent to the top. Total trip duration is 10 days.

Machame Route: Machame 7 days route approaches summit through forest from the west of Kilimanjaro and joins the other trekking routes before traversing beneath the southern ice fields of Kibo. The rainforest is extremely beautiful. The 7 days route gives a complete maximum time for acclimatization, and also gives the perfect view of the Barranco walls. Total trip duration is 9 days.

Marangu Route: Marangu 6 days route is the most popular ascending route and is a well-established route on Kilimanjaro. It is perfect for those with no camping experience. Marangu is the only route that has the luxury of sleeping huts along the way with evening meals taken in a communal dining area. There are even showers (cold) and some flush toilets, which to some are actually a bit of a luxury on the mountain. Total trip duration is 8 days.

Umbwe Route: The shortest route on the Mountain, the path can also be a very muddy experience, particularly if it has rained recently! It’s a steep and rough trail up to the first camp, Umbwe Cave. The route is offering a real sense of adventure for the intrepid climbers.

Total trip duration is 8 days

These tips will greatly help you in preparing yourself for the climb both physically and mentally. The first point is very important for avoiding altitude sickness and your guides will likely keep reminding you: Keep drinking! It’s very easy to dehydrate at altitude without noticing. The air is very dry so you breathe off more moisture. Also, your body adjusts to the high altitude by eliminating more water. Keep replacing it.

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 You are responsible for bringing personal gear and equipment while communal equipment (tents, food, cooking items, etc.) is provided free. Below is a gear list of required, recommended and optional items to bring on your climb but if you don’t have one, you can hire from us by the price shown below.

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Most people prepare for Kilimanjaro climb with fitness training. While getting reasonably fit makes sense, the gym workouts or sprinting up flights of stair etc. will not prepare your body for the demands of a Kilimanjaro climb. You need to get your body used to walk for several hours in the uneven country, for several days. But any fitness training beyond that will not increase your chances to reach the summit. It’s the attitude that will get you, not your lack of fitness.

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