Kilimanjaro Trekking

Mount Kilimanjaro is the Highest Mountain in Africa, Standing at Over 19,000 Feet Tall

Destinations

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, standing at over 19,000 feet tall. Located in Tanzania, this iconic peak is a popular destination for hikers and climbers with approximately 400,000 people attempt to climb from all over the world every year. The mountain is made up of three volcanic cones, with the highest point, Uhuru Peak, being the ultimate goal for many adventurers. Kilimanjaro is known for its breathtaking views and diverse ecosystems, ranging from lush rainforests to barren alpine deserts. Climbing Kilimanjaro is a challenging but rewarding experience, offering the chance to push oneself to new limits while enjoying the natural beauty of this stunning mountain.

5 Days Marangu Route

The Marangu Route has been referred to as the ‘Coca Cola’ route and this has led potential climbers to think that it is an easy route to the summit.

6 Days Marangu Route

The Marangu Route has been referred to as the ‘Coca Cola’ route and this has led potential climbers to think that it is an easy route to the summit.

7 days Machame Route

The Machame route, also known as the “Whiskey” route, is the most popular route on Kilimanjaro. Machame’s draw is in its scenic beauty.

6 days Umbwe Route

The Umbwe route has a well-deserved reputation of being the most challenging route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Due to the fast ascent to high altitude, this route does not provide the necessary stages for acclimatization.

9 Days Northern Circuit

Northern circuit route is a relatively new and less-traveled route to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.

8 Days Lemosho Route

Lemosho Route is one of the most scenic and least crowded routes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.