Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Overview

Fulfill a dream- climbing up a free-standing, snow-covered volcano and the most favored summit in Tanzania. The majestic Kilimanjaro stands almost 6000 km from the sea level. But one does not need to be an experienced hiker to reach the peak. However, it’s certainly a test of one’s endurance. You need to be in a fit and healthy state. It’s becoming more popular among hikers who want to do something adventurous in life. Almost 75000 trekkers climb Kilimanjaro every year and make it a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Mt Kilimanjaro is placed in North Tanzania close to some of the top safari parks in Africa, so while making a way up towards the summit you can also capture the breath-taking view surrounding the mountain. All you need is the strong ambition- we will do the rest.

Marangu Route

Marangu Route

Otherwise known as “Coca-cola” route, Marangu is the oldest and most-established route on

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  • Map
  • Difficulties:Challenging
  • 6 Days

Machame Route

Machame Route

Machame Route is the most popular route on Kilimanjaro and draws the hikers for its scenic beauty.

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  • Map
  • Difficulties:Challenging
  • 6 Days

Shira Route

Shira Route

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  • Difficulties:Challenging
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Umbwe Route

Umbwe Route

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  • Difficulties:Extremely challenging
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Lemosho Route

Lemosho Route

Considered being the most scenic route, Lemosho route grants panoramic vistas on diverse sides of

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  • Difficulties:low
  • 8 Days

Rongai Route

Rongai Route

Rongai route is the only route approaching Kilimanjaro from the northern side close to Kenyan

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  • Difficulties
  • 6 Days