Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro

Support Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest pile stands at 5,895m and a climb to its summit is one of the world’s most significant challenges.

You’ll find so many routes to choose from, each supplying a different trekking experience, degree of difficulty and amount of time allocated to the mountain.

Accommodation on the trek is determined by the course chosen and will be in pile huts with shared dormitories or basic campsites with pit latrines. Pile manuals and porters will take all the required normal water, camping equipment & most personal items and will be on hand to work with you completely to the most notable. Private manuals and porters are for sale to a supplement, nevertheless the campsite/hill hut used each nighttime will never be private and can have other folks and groups staying.

A trek to the summit of the spectacular pile is not at all something to be taken lightly and there many things to consider when choosing your course. For most climbers the adjustment to exertion at such high altitudes is the greatest challenge so the much longer climbs that take more times to attain the summit are sometimes preferred.
Support Kilimanjaro (5,895 meters/ 19,341 foot) is the best freestanding mountain on the globe. The highest hill in Africa. This famed ice capped mountain sits just 3° south of the equator.

Climbing Kilimanjaro can be climbed without tech equipment and climbing skills. Generally, it requires just adding one foot before the other. Although this sounds simple, it is most probably the toughest obstacle you will ever face. The largest obstacle is insufficient air at such a higher altitude.

Our success rate places us one of the industry leaders and we guarantee that we won’t compromise your safety; using only quality equipment in support of the best experienced guides and cooks. Our tutorials are trained to keep an eye on your health and know how to tempo the group appropriately; offering you the best chance of an effective summit.