Climb Kilimanjaro With Us!
Our local, expert guides know the routes like the backs of their hands. From the moment you make contact, to the jubilation at the summit, and all the way back to the airport transfer, we’ll be with you all the way. We treat our guests how we would want to be treated and we strive to provide them with life-changing travel experiences. Challenging yourself to summit Kilimanjaro with Us will certainly change your outlook on life.
Mount Kilimanjaro Routes
Kilimanjaro trekking to the summit Uhuru- Kibo peak is through one of the 7 routes. These routes are Machame, Rongai, Marangu, Shira, Lemosho, Northern Circuit, and Umbwe. Hiking Kilimanjaro through one of these routes – Machame, Rongai, Umbwe, and Marangu takes 6 days. There are longer routes that take 7 to 8 days for climbing to Kilimanjaro Kibo peak and back to the town, these are Lemosho and Shira.
About Mount Kilimanjaro
This perfectly shaped volcano rises tall from the plains. At 5895m it is the highest in Africa and is snow-capped. Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed any time of the year but there is usually a lot more rain during April, May, and November. At the lower levels, you will pass through cultivated farmlands rising through tropical rain forest onto alpine meadows and finally, the barren landscape leading to the snow and ice-capped summit. The lower levels also offer the chance to view a wide variety of animals, birds, and fauna in their natural habitat.
Tanzania is, without a doubt, a fabulous introduction to Africa and all things safari. It’s the largest country in East Africa, and almost a third of the vast lands are protected for game viewing, so safari opportunities are endless and always exciting. It’s got game drives galore, but don’t be fooled into thinking that’s all you can do on a Tanzania safari: what about Climbing Kilimanjaro, walking and fly camping in Tarangire, Masai & Hadzabe Culture or relaxing on the magical Indian Ocean coastline? And no description of a Tanzania safari would be complete without a mention of the Great Migration in the Serengeti, one of the natural world’s most spectacular wildlife shows.