Kilimanjaro by name is a metaphor for the compelling beauty of East Africa when you see it. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak on the Africa’s continent also is a free-standing in the World Kilimanjaro has three volcanic cones, “Kibo” ”Shira” and “Mawenzi” is a dormant volcano in Tanzania, It’s the highest mountain in Africa its approximately 4900meter from its base to 5,895meter above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is the one of the hardest and trickiest mountain to climb to the highest point is a non-technical hike which can be done by any average adventurer. There different routes used starting with the most popular Marangu route, to the most scenic and equally popular Machame route, to the less tourist Shira and Rongai routes, For the physically fit persons looking for a challenging climb, the steep and fast Umbwe route makes a perfect option. It posses to get a challenges and a lot of spectacular views, All in all getting to the top is amazingly fun,
Our professional guides will leads you all the way to the summit while explaining the different ecosystem of the mountain that you go through each day, our local guides are licensed, trained, friendly, and with years of experience. Porters will also go on the trip to carry your luggage, food, and other equipment. You will only have to carry a day pack with your daily essentials; we use a high ratio of guides and porters to clients. We use professional quality mountain equipment and food is plentiful and delicious.
Groups are limited to 10 people. We will combine the groups up to this limit if they are starting the same route on the same day. However, we can also arrange for private groups at no extra cost. We will try to add single travelers to a group if at all possible but will also do groups with just one climber.
Climb slowly to increase your acclimatization time and maximize your chances of reaching the summit. To avoid altitude sickness, allow a minimum of five nights, preferably even more for the climb. Take your time and enjoy the beauty of the mountain.
Accommodation: Huts and Campsites on the mountain, several hotels and campsites outside the park in the village of Marangu and town of Moshi.