Known as the tallest and most recognizable freestanding mountain in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro takes hikers through 5 different ecosystems! From tropical green rainforests to warm desert to cold arctic snowcap, this is a contrasting and empowering adventure! There is no serious training required for hiking on Mount Kilimanjaro!
Did you know that over 40,000 people attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro every year? Hiking on Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest freestanding mountain, is so popular now that it has become known as “Everyman’s Everest”. Despite being over 6000 meters above sea level, one does not need to have to be an experienced mountain climber to get to the top.
This amazing mountain is composed of 3 different, now extinct volcanoes. Kibo at 19340 ft, Mawenzi at 16896 ft, and Shira at 13000 ft. There are 6 different routes that can be taken up the mountain including: Mweka, Umbwe, Shira, Rongai, Machame, and the Marangu Route. Depending on which route you choose, a hike up Mount Kilimanjaro is likely to take between 4 to 9 nights on the mountain. The hiking time is dependant on your route and how much time needed to acclimate to the altitude.
No Special Gear Needed
With no ropes or special mountaineering geer needed, expert guides and porters will accompany you on this special trek. That being said, remember that this is a hike and parts of the trail are steep.
Price given includes all park fees, staff (guide, cook, porters), food and tents.
People with special needs can also have their dreams come true.