Mount Kilimanjaro trekking is the life longer lasting memory and one of the fascinating destination one should be proud of once in a life time. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak on the Africa continent and and the highest free standing mountain on earth.
Unlike the chained mount Everest, mount Kilimanjaro stands independently at a height of 5,895 m equivalent to 19,341 ft. The popularity of Kilimanjaro trekking is not only its height and free standing but also the fact that Kilimanjaro is the only mountain in the equator line which is capped by snow/Ice.
Kilimanjaro trekking can be done on 6 different routes of which you can reach its summit namely the famous Marangu route, the recommended Lemosho route, the challenging Umbwe route, the shortest Rongai route, the moderate Machame route and the scenic Shira route.
Our recommended routes are Lemosho, Rongai and Machame, these are the best routes we have chosen due to good views they offer and the success rates we have archived since our establishment in 2008.
On Kilimanjaro trekking Lemosho route we recommend 8 to 9 trekking days to allow your body to acclimatize, the Lemosho route treks start at the western park of the Kilimanjaro with a moderate climb up to the summit. You can trekking Kilimanjaro on Lemosho route for 6, 7, 8 or 9 days.
The Rongai route is the only route during Kilimanjaro trekking where you can see wildlife on the way up and Rongai route also provides fantastic views on the Mountain and it is the only route which offer you the chance to sleep under the Mawenzi peak at Mawenzi turn. Rongai route can be done for 5 or 6 days.
The Machame route is a physical demanding route on the first and second day of your Kilimanjaro trekking but from the third day to the end of your trekking you will experience moderate climb and scenic views. Machame route can be done for 6 days but 7 days are recommended for non-experienced mountaineers.