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Kilimanjaro: the name itself is canvassed in puzzle and magnificence. Mount Kilimanjaro is the greatest unsupported mountain on earth and Africa's most noteworthy mountain, with its snow-beat Uhuru Peak moving toward 19,341 feet over the savannah fields like a reference point to nature's most marvelous wonders. Staying in its substance, it's not difficult to fathom why this epic three-coned stratovolcano—the Rooftop of Africa—has come to address the persuading magnificence regarding East Africa and a mind blowing life control for the nearby people.
Staying in its substance, it's not difficult to fathom why this epic three-coned stratovolcano—the Rooftop of Africa—has come to address the persuading magnificence regarding East Africa and a mind blowing life control for the nearby people. However, there is a considerable amount more to a Mount Kilimanjaro move than reaching her imperious summit. From base to top, Mount Kilimanjaro incorporates a climatic world visit through five totally specific natural frameworks. Undoubtedly, even before crossing point into the Kilimanjaro National Park limit, the lower created foot grades offer course to a beautiful montane woodland belt, well off in dubious and risked wildlife peoples, including elephant, puma, bison, colobus monkeys, prolific birdlife, and the endangered Abbot's duiker. Higher still lies the moorland zone, where a monstrous front of heather is studded in goliath lobelias. Starting there, the dreamlike high deserts of greenery and lichen are the last remainders of vegetation before meeting up at the summit's winter wonderland of day off cold ice.
While the beginnings of Kilimanjaro's moniker remain yet dark, the name itself has started droves of gutsy spirits to its inclinations. There are seven expert trekking courses to and from Uhuru Point, the most raised summit on the cavity edge of the most noteworthy Kibo volcanic cone, similarly as different other all the additionally mentioning mountaineering courses. Notwithstanding the way, any person who attempts the behemoth Kili does accordingly with the certification of staying on the summit of Africa, the head of the territory. Plan your own Kilimanjaro experience with Face of Africa today.
Known as the "Whiskey" route, the Machame route is presently the most famous route on the mountain. Contrasted and Marangu, the days on Machame are longer and the strolls are more extreme.Read More
The Lemosho route is one of the more up to date routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. The route starts in the west and as opposed to just converging Shira Plateau (like Machame), Lemosho crosses it from Shira Ridge to Shira Camp. Climbers experience low traffic until the route joins the Machame route.Read More
The Rongai route is the main route that methodologies Kilimanjaro from the north, near the Kenyan outskirt. In spite of the fact that picking up ubiquity among climbers, Rongai has low traffic. It is the favored route for those searching for an option to the swarmedRead More
The Shira Route is a little used trail that begins close Shira Ridge. It is practically undefined from the Lemosho route. Without a doubt, Shira was the primary route and Lemosho is the improved assortment. Disregarding the way that ShiraRead More
The Umbwe Route is broadly viewed as the hardest trail, an intense vertical trudge through the wilderness, in spots utilizing the tree roots as makeshift rungs on a stepping stool. Having arrived at the Southern Circular Route, trekkers can proceed with north-west.Read More
The Newest and longest Route on Mt Kilimanjaro with High Summit Success. The Northern Circuit is the most up to date and longest route on Mt Kilimanjaro. It was opened for trekkers looking for a remote and broadened Mt Kilimanjaro Trek.Read More
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|29 Dec 2021 - 02 Jan 2022||5 Days Marangu Route||$1,625||12 Pax||Enquiry Here Tour Details|
|29 Dec 2021 - 02 Jan 2022||5 Days Rongai Route||$1,650||open Pax||Enquiry Here Tour Details|
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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to catch up with the full moon dates on the summit could further enhance the whole experience.To summit during a full moon, a 7-day climb should start 5 days prior to the full moon date (8-Day climb should start 6 days prior the full moon date. It is not necessary to summit on the exact full moon date to take advantage of moonlight. A summit on the day before or day after is also beneficial.
A summit attempt done during a full moon could make the evening climb easier, since you might not need to use your head lamps in the bright light of the full moon.
|Route||Arrival Date||Trek Date||Departure Date||Price (USD)||Full Moon Date|
|7 Days Rongai / Machame Routes||Jul 28 ,2020||Jul 29th -Aug 4th||Aug 5,2020||$1,835||Aug 3,2020|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Aug 26,2020||Aug 27th - Sept 3rd||Sept 4,2020||$2,015||Sept 2, 2020|
|7 Days Rongai / Machame Routes||Oct 25,2020||Oct 26th -Nov 1st||Nov 2,2020||$1,865||Oct 1/31 ,2020|
|7 Days Marangu Route||Nov 25,2020||Nov 26th -Dec 1st||Dec 2, 2020||$1,735||Nov 30,2020|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Dec 23,2020||Dec 24th–Dec 31st||Jan 1, 2021||$2,015||Dec 30, 2020|
|7 Days Machame Route||Jan 22 ,2021||Jan 23rd –Jan 29th||Jan 30,2021||$1,865||Jan 28,2021|
|6 Days Marangu||Feb 22,2021||Feb 23rd -28th||Mar 1, 2021||$1,735||Feb 27,2021|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Mar 21,2021||Mar 22Nd -29th||Mar 30,2021||$2,015||Mar 28,2021|
|7 Days Machame / Rongai Route||Apr 21,2021||Apr 22nd -28th||Apr 29,2021||$1,865||Apr 27,2021|
|6 Days Marangu route||May 21,2021||May 22nd- 27th||May 28,2021||$1,735||May 26,2021|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Jun 17,2021||Jun 18th - 25th||Jun 25,2021||$2,015||Jun 24,2021|
|7 Days Rongai / Machame Route||Jul 18,2021||Jul 19th - 25th||Jul 26, 2021||$1,835||Jul 24,2021|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Aug 15,2021||Aug 16th- 23rd||Aug 24,2021||$2,015||Aug 20,2021|
|6 Days Umbwe /Rongai Routes||Sept 16,2021||Sept 17th -22nd||Sept 23, 2021||$1,835||Sept 21,2021|
|8 Days Machame Route||Oct 14,2021||Oct 15th - 21st||Oct 22,2021||$1,865||Oct 20,2021|
|6 Days Marangu Route||Nov 14,2021||Nov 15th-20th||Nov 21,2021||$1,735||Nov 19,2021|
|8 Days Lemosho Route||Dec 12,2021||Dec 13rd -20th||Dec 21,2021||$2,015||Dec 19,2021|
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