Mt Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak, the tallest freestanding mountain in the world and the ambition of avid trekkers everywhere. Follow the famous Marangu Route, ascending through a number of different vegetation and climate zones affording fantastic views, so that every day is not only challenging but also unique and rewarding. This trek of five days, assisted by our experienced team of guides and porters, is highlighted by reaching the summit of Uhuru as the sun rises over the savannah!
One of Africa’s most magnificent sights, Mt Kilimanjaro, stands at a majestic 5895m above sea level. This nearly perfectly shaped volcano is Africa’s highest peak and the ambition of trekkers from around the globe! The Machame considered by many to be the most scenic of its paths. Climb through magnificent forests and moorland, and emerge into the high alpine deserts as you catch glimpses of immense mountain walls, glaciers and ice fields—all en route towards our final goal—the peak!.
Conquer the tallest freestanding mountain in the world: Mount Kilimanjaro, at 5,895m is Africa’s highest peak. This trek follows the Rongai route, climbing the mountain from the north and descending down the popular Marangu route. Your trek up “Kili” takes you through a number of different vegetation and climate zones, offering fantastic views every step of the way. This is a trek of six days, assisted by our experienced team of guides and porters. The highlight? Reaching the summit at Uhuru peak at dawn, and watching the sun rise over the savannah below.
Take the challenging and less travelled Lemosho route up to the highest peak in Africa – Mount Kilimanjaro. This 10-day trip starts off with a few long days as you gain altitude, and has several days built in to help you acclimatize, greatly improving your chances of making the summit.