Kilimanjaro Climbing

Climb Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free-standing mountain and Africa’s highest peak.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is a place of myth and folklore. Located 200 miles (325 km) from the Equator, the mountain defies logic with its crown of ice.
Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any technical skills or special equipment, just some physical fitness and determination. People from all walks of life, from a 7-year-old child to an 89-year-old woman, have successfully summited. But the challenge should not be taken lightly. You need to understand what lies ahead.

Londros Route 8-Days

8 Days Londros Route

8 Days, 7 Nights
The Lemosho route is one of the newer routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route begins in the West and rather […]
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8 days Lemosho

8 Days Lemosho Route

10 Days, 9 Nights
The Lemosho route is one of the newer routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route begins in the West and rather […]
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Umbwe Route

5 Days Umbwe Route

5 Days, 4 Nights
The Umbwe route has a well-deserved reputation of being the most challenging route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Due to the fast […]
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6 days umbwe Route

6 Days Umbwe Route

6 Days, 5 Nights
The Umbwe route has a well-deserved reputation of being the most challenging route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Due to the fast […]
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Rongai-route

7 Days Rongai Route

8 Days, 7 Nights
The Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north, close to the Kenyan border. Though gaining […]
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6 days rongai

5 Days Rongai Route

7 Days, 6 Nights
The Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north, close to the Kenyan border. Though gaining […]
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Lemosho-route

7 Days Lemosho Route

9 Days, 8 Nights
The Lemosho route is one of the newer routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route begins in the west and rather […]
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machame-route

6 Days Machame Route

8 Days, 7 Nights
Known as the “Whiskey” route, the Machame route is now the most popular route on the mountain. Compared with Marangu, […]
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