Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

Activity Duration: 5-8 days

Location: Moshi

At 5896m, snow capped Mt. Kilimanjaro, known as the ceiling of Africa, has the highest peak in Africa. It is one of the continent’s most magnificent sights. It rises through lush rainforest, alpine meadows and barren lunar landscape to the twin summits of Kibo and Mawenzi. For most of the trekkers the goal is always to reach Uhuru peak, Kibo’s highest point. A person of average health and strong determination can reach the summit without ropes or technical climbing experience.

It usually takes five days (four nights) to climb to the summit and down through Marangu route, the most popular route. On the Marangu route, campers sleep in huts while they sleep in tents on all other routes. Other routes take a little longer but are often less-traveled and have more interesting scenery. The Machame route has a gradual ascent before approaching the summit via the top section of the Mweka route, while the Umbwe route is much steeper and a more direct way to the summit. Its upper section, which is often covered with snow and ice, is a serious undertaking.

A mountain guide accompanied by a cook and porters who carry the food, camping equipment and other supplies lead each climb. Qualified and reliable mountain-climbing companies on contract with Access 2 Tanzania execute these climbs.

2016 Route Pricing (thru Dec 31)

Route Days on the mountain 2-3 pax 4-6 pax
Marangu Route 5 days on the mountain $1,895/per person $1,745/per person
Machame Route 6 days on the mountain $2,245/per person $2,095/per person
Rongai Route 6 days on the mountain $2,345/per person $2,195/per person
Lemosho Route 8 days on the moutain $3,315/per person $3,015/per person
Umbwe Route 6 days on the mountain $2,430/per person $2,280/per person
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Parkview Inn
Capricorn Hotel
Kilemakyaro Mountain Lodge
Kilimanjaro Impala Hotel

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