Mount Kilimanjaro Routes

We provide seven different routs of mount kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Its highest peak Kibo stands at 5895 meters, yet it is not just accessible to serious mountaineers. Climbing Kilimanjaro is an incredible experience and is hopefully something that you will remember all your life. The climb to the roof of Africa requires fitness, endurance and perseverance but should not cause undue problems as long as climbers realize that it is a serious endeavor and listen to the experience and advice of their guides. The summit of Kilimanjaro is 500 meters higher than Everest Base Camp, so do not attempt to climb Kilimanjaro unless you are reasonably fit, nor if you have heart or lung problems – although asthma suffers are generally alright. The key to climbing Kilimanjaro successfully is ‘Pole Pole’ – ‘Slowly Slowly’ (Especially during the first two days.) ascending too quickly leads to altitude sickness. Very fit people can be more prone to altitude sickness because they ascend too fast.

Machame Route

The Machame Route is known as the “Whiskey Route”

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Lemosho Route

The Lemosho route is considered the most scenic

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Umbwe Route

In the morning you will leave your hotel as we drive you

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Shira Route

The Shira Route is a difficult route that begins in the west

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Rongai Route

You will be driven from your hotel in Arusha or

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Marangu Route

The Marangu Route is also known as the “Tourist Route”

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Northern Circuit Route

Drive from Moshi or Arusha to Londorossi Gate, where

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