Mt Kilimanjaro Climbing

Also referred as 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 (i.e. it’s standing all by itself in a plain ground, it’s not one peak of many in a mountainous range). Standing at 5,875 metres above sea level, Kilimanjaro is also distinctive as it is located just 330km from the equator.
Mount Kilimanjaro consists of three volcanic summits. Shira (3,962 m) the oldest one of the three Kilimanjaro summits is already extinct. Mawenzi (5,149 m) and the youngest summits Kibo (5,895 m) are dormant volcano and could erupt again in the future.

MARANGU ROUTE

6 DAY MARANGU
Considered to be the most beautiful and attractive route up Mount Kilimanjaro compared to other climbing routes.

MACHAME ROUTE

7 DAY MACHAME ROUTE
The Machame route, also known as the “Whiskey” route, is the most popular route on Kilimanjaro. Machame’s draw is in its scenic beauty.

LEMOSHO ROUTE

8 DAY LEMOSHO ROUTE
With two alternatives when it comes to reaching Uhuru Peak (Mount Kilimanjaro Summit), the longer Lemosho Glades Route

RONGAI ROUTE

7 DAY RONGAI ROUTE
Rongai climbing Route is the only route up the north-eastern part of the Kilimanjaro Mountain. Second to the Marangu Route.

UMBWE ROUTE

6 DAYS UMBWE ROUTE
The Umbwe Route is steeper and shorter than the Machame Route. Once at the Barranco Hut you continue on with the other Machame hikers

UMBWE ROUTE

5 DAYS UMBWE ROUTE
The Umbwe Route is steeper and shorter than the Machame Route. Once at the Barranco Hut you continue on with the other Machame hikers