Mountain Kilimanjaro Tanzania

MT Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro is the world’s highest free standing, snow-covered equatorial mountain. Located in North-East of Tanzania, this magnificent beast can be seen from far into Kenya and Amboseli National park. 75,000 people climb Kilimanjaro per year so it is not the most remote mountain, neither is it the most arduous, but it is certainly a test of one’s abilities with altitude sickness being the main reason for climbers not to summit.

Although it has become a ‘must-do’ in on most traveller’s lists and the experience slightly busy with other climbers, we still highly recommend it for anyone with a vague interest in mountaineering. We can arrange your MT Kilimanjaro Safari Trip.

Kilimanjaro Summit Snows

Kilimanjaro Machame Route

Duration: 6-7 Days
Theoretically you could also extend the trek to increase your summit chances, but if you can afford a longer trek then the Shira or Lemosho route are better options. They share the same scenic path for the last four days to the summit…
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kilimanjaro marangu hunt

Kilimanjaro Marangu Route

Duration:5 Days
Climbing Kilimanjaro on the Marangu route is the cheapest option. And I disagree with the statement that the Marangu Route is the easiest. …
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Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route

Duration: 7-8 Days
There are several possible variations to the Kilimanjaro Lemosho route, so don’t be surprised if you see an intinerary that mentions different camps and different heights…
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kilimanjaro rongai route

Kilimanjaro Rongai Route

Duration: 6 Days
The extra day is not spent in the same camp as the previous day (on the Marangu route it is). The six day trek usually follows a different trail after day two. …
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kilimanjaro umbwe route

Kilimanjaro Umbwe Route

Duration: 6 Days
The Umbwe route is known for its caves. The first night you actually sleep at the Umbwe Cave Camp with two more caves that can be visited …
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