Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro rises 5,895 meters above sea level and is the highest mountain in Africa. It is also the highest freestanding mountain in the world.
Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano and has three volcanic cones – Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira.
This makes Kilimanjaro a very desirable destination for adventurers taking on the challenge of reaching the snow-capped top – Uhuru Peak.
Climbing this incredible mountain is an amazing and unforgettable experience. The climb takes you through four different climate zones – starting in the rainforest, continuing through moorland then the alpine dessert. Finally, you reach the glaciers of snow and ice also known as – The Roof of Africa.
Everyone deserves this incredible nature experience!

We offer six different routes to the top of Kilimanjaro, which all offer memorable experiences. You will sleep in tents on the trek. However, one route offers accommodation in huts. We will gladly assist you in deciding which route matches your needs and expectations the best.

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Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any technical skills, but a good physical condition and good health is important. It is a challenging and high mountain to climb, and good acclimatization is crucial to take into account when choosing your route. Spending an extra day on the mountain can be a good investment of time in the attempt to reach the beautiful summit of Kilimanjaro – Uhuru Peak. Do remember that the physical and mental challenges, you will encounter on this climb, will all be rewarded many fold by the unique landscape and mesmerizing views. Not to forget the growing self-confidence you will feel, as you climb higher and higher towards Uhuru Peak.

We plan all the climbs ourselves, thus you have your own local English-speaking guide, who will safely take you to the top of Kilimanjaro. The most important focus for us is YOU! Therefore, we recruit the best and most experienced guides for our team to make sure that you are safe and get the unforgettable experience in Tanzania that we have as our declared goal.
All our guides have up-to-date first aid courses. Your team will also include a cook, who will prepare and serve nice meals. Several porters will take care of bringing all equipment from camp to camp, putting up tents up as well as taking them down. All you have to carry is your daypack.

After climbing Kilimanjaro, it is a perfect way to end you vacation with a safari and a stay on the sandy beaches of the island of Zanzibar.

We suggest the following hotels

Single Room
Zebra Hotel USD 35 per night
ParkView Inn USD 71 per night
Kilimanjaro Wonders USD 105 per night
Double Room
Zebra Hotel USD 40 per night
Parkiew Inn USD 81 per night
Kilimanjaro Wonders USD 125 per night

Included in your Kilimanjaro trek

Transfers – to and from Kilimanjaro airport + to and from the mountain gates

Entrance fee to Kilimanjaro National Park

Camping or hut fee

Local English speaking guide

Assistant guide (when more than 1 person climbing)

Porters to carry luggage and equipment

Salary for guides and porters

3 meals on the days of the climb – as well as water, tea and coffee

Kilimanjaro Rescue Fee

NOT included

Flight ticket to Tanzania

Tips for guides and porters – estimate about $ 250 per person – depending on how many days and how many people in the group

Visa for Tanzania

Travel insurance

Meals not mentioned under “Included”

Everything else not described under “Included”