Climb Mount Kilimanjaro – Trek to the Highest Peak in Africa
Situated on the Kenyan border in Northern Tanzania; Kilimanjaro is the highest peak of the African continent. Acquiring 5,895m in height it’s also the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Being the topmost mountain in Africa, this is a dream for hikers. There are 30,000 trekkers including experienced the aspiring ones visiting Tanzania for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Kilimanjaro Climbing is one of the most incredible experiences for climbers. It’s a genuine experience that brings remarkable highs and testing lows. The greatest aspect of Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro – and what makes is so well known – is that it’s available to nearly anybody. With the right planning, solid ability, and an awesome support group around you, it’s entirely possible to reach the summit.
So Who Can Climb Kilimanjaro? Anyone from children over the age of 10 to older generations in their 60s and 70s! All you need is the strength of mind and the willingness to get to the summit.
The real difficulty with Climbing Kilimanjaro is the altitude and the rate of ascent. Don’t hesitate, we will be with you every step of the way! Our Kilimanjaro Guides are highly expert professionals and are a main factor in your success.
Thus join the hundreds or thousands of climbers who have successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro guided by our Kilimanjaro Team.
Best Time To Climb? You can climb Kilimanjaro every single day of the year! To cater for those who want to stay reasonably dry, we, therefore, recommend Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro during the dryer months -; January to February, and June to October.
However, to know about the Best Time To Climb Kilimanjaro, there are some important weather-related considerations and other factors that affect our recommendations.
Take a moment to learn more about Kilimanjaro’s Climate and Kilimanjaro Temperature – https://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Mount-Kilimanjaro/forecasts/5963
Routes To Climb? There are seven routes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. They all vary according to the price, scenery, difficulty, duration, popularity, success rate and accommodation options. From them, the iconic mountain Kilimanjaro offers 5 prime routes. The top recommended Kilimanjaro Routes are;
- Marangu Route – the only route which offers hut accommodation.
- Machame Route – the popular route with scenic views called as Whiskey route.
- Lemosho Route – the only route with the highest summit success rate raging more than 95%.
- Northern Circuit Route – the longest route of all the Kilimanjaro routes, which also has the best acclimatization time.
- Rongai Route – considered to be the least crowded route and quietest of all.
How To Climb Mount Kilimanjaro? We will welcome you by picking you up from the Airport and you can get yourself prepared in the designated lodge. Once you meet your guide, you will be explained the complete Climb Mount Kilimanjaro Packages. The weight of your gear will be checked and further proceeded to the gate where you will start Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. You will be accompanied by Kilimanjaro Porters and guides and chefs on the climb. Remember, slow and steady wins the race. You should give more time for yourself to acclimatize the body and have a successful Kilimanjaro Summit.
You don’t simply climb Mount Kilimanjaro for a summit but you can climb it for the experience and individuals. From the campfire songs and soul-cleaning laughs to the delicate evening goodbyes of “lala salama” (sleep peacefully) as you cuddle into your sleeping bag.
Under the lookout of Kilimanjaro Mountain, you will fall in love with Tanzania, before you even begin your climb.
Kilimanjaro Simon Adv Travel hopes to provide climbers with an all-inclusive guide that contains valuable information to increase one’s chance of a successful summit when Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.