KILIMANJARO

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain on the African continent and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Known as the “Roof of Africa”, it is 5,895 metres high with people travelling from all over the world to conquer her.

Mount Kilimanjaro offers six trekking routes and they vary in difficultly, length, price, scenery and summit success. There is no single best Mount Kilimanjaro route to climb. Which route is best for you will depend on several factors and it is important to consider your physical ability, level of fitness, aptitude and comfort level when selecting your route as this will contribute to your overall summit success.

We are proud to have a current summit rate of 100% on Mount Kilimanjaro and we look forward to challenging you and taking you on the adventure of a lifetime.

Rongai Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 6 days

The Rongai Route is the only route on the northeastern part of the mountain.

Machame Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 6 days

Considered to be the most beautiful and scenic of the various routes

Lemosho Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 6 days

Considered to be the most scenic of all the Kilimanjaro routes

Marangu Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 5 days

Marangu Route is the most popular, least difficult and the shortest way to Uhuru Peak

Machame Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 7 days

Considered to be the most beautiful and scenic of the various routes

Lemosho Route - Climb Kilimanjaro - 7 days

Considered to be the most scenic of all the Kilimanjaro routes