Climb Kilimanjaro with us!
Our experienced mountain guides will ensure that your climb to the roof of Africa is as safe and easy as possible. Our guides have an intimate knowledge of the various routes and the climate conditions, allowing them to predict changes and avoid accidents along the way. We ensure all of our guides are 100% physically and mentally prepared so that they can react quickly to counter potentially dangerous situations or to assist climbers. In addition to all of this, we use only the best professional quality mountain climbing equipment, provide you with in-depth pre-trip information, and make sure you’re fed with plenty of delicious food on the climb
Mount Kilimanjaro Routes
There are many different trekking and climbing tours available for those wishing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. In fact, even those who have climbed the mountain before can find a new adventure on this stunning mountain. Route to climb Kilimanjaro are: Marangu, Rongai, Machame, Lemosho, Shira, Umbwe and a Northern Circuit Route. You can choose whether to climb alone, join an existing climb, or bring a group of your own.
About Mount Kilimanjaro
Also called the Roof of Africa or the Crown of Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is both Africa’s highest mountain and the world’s tallest free standing peak. Standing at 5,875 metres above sea level, Kilimanjaro is also unique as it is located just 330km from the equator. Mount Kilimanjaro consists of three volcanic summits. Shira (3,962 m) the oldest of the three summits is already extinct. Mawenzi (5,149 m) and the youngest Kibo (5,895 m) are dormant and could erupt again.
When to climb Kilimanjaro
The best month for climbing are January, February, and September – when the weather is warmer, the skies clearer, and the threat of rain less. June, July, and August are also fine weather-wise, although they tend to be colder as this is ‘winter’ in Tanzania. The rainy seasons (March through early June and November/December) are tougher times to attempt the climb, although it is still possible with appropriate preparation. Timing the hike to summit during the full moon is a popular choice, as the brighter nights improve visibility and the moon hanging overhead makes for a beautiful moment when you’re standing atop The Roof of Africa.