Climbing Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest 'walkable' single standing mountain in the world. The trek to the summit is breathtaking.  It is one if the greatest outdoor challenges on the planet. When we reached the summit 2 years ago, we had tears in our eyes of joy as it was our life long dream to climb Kilimanjaro.

We believe its all about the journey and not the destination. The journey to the summit is just as beautiful. 

We offer, together with the best climbing partner in East Africa, different climbing options from Leightweight (for the adventurous type) Luxury and VIP. You can climb privately with your own group or with a pre-set departure group up to 12 people.

Contact us for more information about climing Kilimanjaro for some pre-climbing tips. We will help you choose which route suits you best. 

Routes on Kili

  • Rongai (northern route) 5 to 7 nights
  • Lemosho 6, 7, 8 or 9 night via Stella point or Western Breach
  • Machame 6 or 7 nights
  • Marangu (the so called coca cola route - sleeping in huts

"Getting to the top of any given mountain was considered much less important than how one got there...."

Into Thin Air, John Krakauer

Mount Kilimanjaro facts

  • The summit is called Uhuru peak which is 5895 meters above sea level
  • Highest mountain in Africa and highest free standing mountain in the world
  • First ascent to the summit was in 1889 by Hans Meyer, Ludwig Purtscheller and their guide Yohani Kinyali Lauwo
  • First ascent to the Mawenzi summit was in 1912 by Fritz Klute and Edward Oehler
  • Kilimanjaro means 'mountain of wells (of water)' in Masai
  • The park and mountain are on the UNESCO worlds inheritance list since 1987

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