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Climbing Kilimanjaro

Climb Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free-standing mountain

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.

Climb Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free-standing mountain

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.

Pick Your Route

You may climb the Mount by several routes, which have been established by the Tanzania National Parks Authority to avoid unauthorized hiking and preserve the pristine beauty of the wilderness for the generations to come.

We recommend Lemosho and Rongai routes for novices, Northern Circuit and Machame for the beginners, and Marangu and Umbwe for climbers with prior hiking experience. Camping on all routes except Marangu (where the night stops are in huts).

 7 Days Machame Route

7 Days Machame Route

7 Days | 6 Night 

The second most popular option among the climbers, Machame route, also known as “the Whiskey Route”, offers a wide variety of views, landscapes and experiences.

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 6 Days Marangu Route

6 Days Marangu Route

5 Days | 4 Night 

Marangu or “Coca-Cola” route is the most popular route on Kilimanjaro today. It is the only route where overnight stays are in huts. It makes Marangu a good option

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 8 Days Lemosho Route

8 Days Lemosho Route

8 Days | 7 Night 

Featuring captivating scenic vistas, pristine wildlife, excellent acclimatization opportunities and low traffic of climbers, Lemosho is our personal first favorite for reaching

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 7 Days Rongai Route

7 Days Rongai Route

7 Days | 6 Night 

The Rongai route is one of the least frequented of the official Kilimanjaro routes. The upside of this is that there will be few other climbers about and for most of the trek you are walking through virgin wilderness and awe inspiring scenery.

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 9 days Northern Circuit Route

9 days Northern Circuit Route

9 Days | 8 Night 

The longest and the newest route on Mount Kilimanjaro, Northern circuit is known for excellent acclimatization and breathtaking views of the Kilimanjaro northern

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 6 Days Machame Route

6 Days Machame Route

6 Days | 5 Night 

The Machame route exposes the climber to higher elevations quicker (day three) which kick-starts the body’s adaptation to altitude.

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