Kilimanjaro Trekking (5895m, 19340ft.)

Achieve your longtime dream – walking up on the Africa’s highest point and most famous summit in the ecosphere. Mount Kilimanjaro stands nearly 6000M above sea level, but one does not need to be an expert mountain climber to reach its peak, to summit, you need to be in a fit and healthy state with a good all-round condition, strong will power and a little bit of luck. All you really need is the ambition - we will do the rest for you, together with our team to make you get to the peak

If you are trying  climbs over 3,500 M(11,480ft) the Kilimanjaro mountain Guide Club suggests that you take a day per extra 500M (1,640ft)ascent. Also as much of the problem seems associated with the altitude at which you sleep once you have made your climb descend rapidly.

The Kilimanjaro Routes

Climbing Kilimanjaro there are more than a few route by which to reach Kibo, or Uhuru Peak, the highest summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, namely, Marangu, Rongai, Lemosho, Shira and Machame.

Being one of the most popular mountains in the world, approximately 30,000 hikers every year try to reach the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. According to research published by the Climb Kilimanjaro Guide, the average summit success rate across all climbers and routes is 50%.

Nevertheless, the summit accomplishment rate heavily depends upon what route is climbed as routes vary prominently in terms of acclimatization profile and duration

There are three common routes, for Kilimanjaro trekking but Kilimanjaro can be climbed from most directions, although without the backup of the fixed facilities.

The recognized routes are;


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