Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania. It draws the attention of thousands of trekkers for its uniqueness of one of the highest free-standing mountain.
There are 7 official routes to climb Kilimanjaro
Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed throughout the year. Each season holds its advantages. Normally the dry seasons December to march are most recommended. Many consider January to see snow on the summit.
Kilimanjaro is not a technical climb. You don’t need any mountaineering equipment to reach the summit. Any individual having a good physical fitness and strong determination can reach to the top. But it’s recommended to consult a doctor before planning a hike.
Children of 10 age or more than 10 can be able to climb Kilimanjaro as decided by Kilimanjaro National Park.
The weather on Mount Kilimanjaro is strictly unpredictable. From equatorial to arctic, every type of weather you can feel on Kilimanjaro. The average temperature on Kilimanjaro varies from 25 to 30 degree Celsius. You will travel through various weather zones to finally summit the snow-capped peak.
Most trekkers take 4 to 6 days to reach the summit. The more days you choose, the higher will be the chance to succeed.
The porters will carry normally 15 kg of weight. To take more weight you need to hire more porters.
A typical food guide on Kilimanjaro includes:
If you have any dietary needs, please inform us prior your arrival
Normally, 4 to 6 porters can be hired. But it varies depending on the group size. The porters will carry tent, make food, and entertain you.
Our guides are well-experienced. They are very careful and monitor your health condition in every second so that your health sickness will not go severe. Emergency evacuation can be done immediately, which is included in your itinerary.