Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in United Republic of Tanzania. It has three volcanic cones: Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. It is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest single free-standing mountain above sea level in the world: 5,895 metres above sea level and about 4,900 metres above its plateau base. Imagine trekking through the snow to reach the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Follow your path with us & start Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro!

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 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, a 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 willing 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 to your success.

Thus join the hundreds or thousands of climbers who have successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro guided by our Kilimanjaro Expert 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 Weather 👉 Kilimanjaro Climate 👉 and Kilimanjaro Temperature 👉

Cost To Climb? Our Kilimanjaro Climb Cost is subject to availability and the price is only guaranteed once paid for in full or in parts by you. Please note that the Kilimanjaro Climb Price quoted are subject to change. Price changes might happen by reason of issues beyond our ability to do anything. Such factors include unfavorable currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, Government Taxes, and Park-Fees increments.

See our detailed Kilimanjaro Climb Cost 👉

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, iconic mountain Kilimanjaro offers 5 prime routes. The top recommended Kilimanjaro Routes are;

  1. Marangu Route – the only route which offers hut accommodation.
  2. Machame Route – the popular route with scenic view and called as Whiskey route.
  3. Lemosho Route – the only route with highest summit success rate raging more than 95%.
  4. Northern Circuit Route – the longest route of all the Kilimanjaro routes, which also has a best acclimatization time.
  5. Rongai Route – considered to be the least crowded route and quietest of all.

Read some more in-depth information about Kilimanjaro Routes 👉

How To Climb Mount Kilimanjaro? The tour operator will pick you up from the Airport and you can get yourself prepared in the designated lodge. Once you meet your guide, you will be explained regarding 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 a Kilimanjaro Porters and guide 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 the Kilimanjaro Mountain, you will fall in love with Tanzania, before you even begin your climb.

Asili Explorer Safari Tours Tanzania 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.

Fancy seeing for yourself? Look at our hand-picked Kilimanjaro Climbing Packages and other climbing trips and hiking experiences.

8 Days Lemosho Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

With eight days of trip-time, your Kilimanjaro trek on the Lemosho Route takes longer than the alternatives.

FROM $4,054

7 Days Lemosho Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

With seven days of trip-time, our Kilimanjaro trek on the Lemosho Route takes longer than some of the alternatives.

FROM $3,477

6 Days Machame Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

Approaching legendary Kilimanjaro from the south-west, you take the popular Machame Route.

FROM $4,2,825

8 Days Lemosho Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

With eight days of trip-time, your Kilimanjaro trek on the Lemosho Route takes longer than the alternatives.

FROM $4,054

7 Days Lemosho Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

With seven days of trip-time, our Kilimanjaro trek on the Lemosho Route takes longer than some of the alternatives.

FROM $3,477

6 Days Machame Route

  • 7 Days + 6 Nights
  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tanzania

Approaching legendary Kilimanjaro from the south-west, you take the popular Machame Route.

FROM $4,2,825

Mount Kilimanjaro, or the Roof of Africa as it’s affectionately known, is located in Tanzania and is the highest mountain in Africa.

We generally advise that the best time to climb Kilimanjaro is during the warmest and driest times of year, from December to mid-March and mid-June to the end of October.

COME CLIMB KILIMANJARO WITH US

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most attractive and challenging adventures you can have while in Africa. Asili Explorer Safaris will make it happen to complete your adventure

BEST ROUTE TO CLIMB KILIMANJARO

If you want the highest chance of summiting the best route to climb Kilimanjaro is the Lemosho route and Machame route over 7 or 8 days – excellent acclimatization and an easier summit night make these winners by a long way.

A PRIVATE CLIMB IS A GREAT WAY

climb Kilimanjaro with us. private climb is a great way for you to customize your Kilimanjaro adventure. You can choose your route, climb on your own dates, and plan the …

Visiting Tanzania For Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Situated in the Kenyan border in Northern Tanzania; Kilimanjaro is the highest peak of the African continent. Acquiring 5,895m 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 the experienced to the aspiring one visiting Tanzania for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.

 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, a 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 willing 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 to your success.

Thus join the hundreds or thousands of climbers who have successfully summited Mount Kilimanjaro guided by our Kilimanjaro Expert 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 Weather 👉 Kilimanjaro Climate 👉 and Kilimanjaro Temperature 👉

Cost To Climb? Our Kilimanjaro Climb Cost is subject to availability and the price is only guaranteed once paid for in full or in parts by you. Please note that the Kilimanjaro Climb Price quoted are subject to change. Price changes might happen by reason of issues beyond our ability to do anything. Such factors include unfavorable currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, Government Taxes, and Park-Fees increments.

See our detailed Kilimanjaro Climb Cost 👉

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, iconic mountain Kilimanjaro offers 5 prime routes. The top recommended Kilimanjaro Routes are;

  1. Marangu Route – the only route which offers hut accommodation.
  2. Machame Route – the popular route with scenic view and called as Whiskey route.
  3. Lemosho Route – the only route with highest summit success rate raging more than 95%.
  4. Northern Circuit Route – the longest route of all the Kilimanjaro routes, which also has a best acclimatization time.
  5. Rongai Route – considered to be the least crowded route and quietest of all.

Read some more in-depth information about Kilimanjaro Routes 👉

How To Climb Mount Kilimanjaro? The tour operator will pick you up from the Airport and you can get yourself prepared in the designated lodge. Once you meet your guide, you will be explained regarding 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 a Kilimanjaro Porters and guide 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 the Kilimanjaro Mountain, you will fall in love with Tanzania, before you even begin your climb.

Asili Explorer Safari Tanzania Tours 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.

Fancy seeing for yourself? Look at our hand-picked Kilimanjaro Climbing Packages and other climbing trips and hiking experiences.

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Information

Top most Kilimanjaro Frequently Asked Questions guide about Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Asili Explorer Safari Tanzania Tours Has Collected All Your Queries In The Following Kilimanjaro FAQs List and Have Tried To Solve Them In The Best Possible Way.

You can choose your comfortable and preferred time to climb Kilimanjaro. In case of time required for the summit, you should ask for the Best Route To Climb Kilimanjaro ? However, we would highly recommend you to take an 8 days or 9 days itinerary if you are a beginner and 7 – 8 days if you are a professional climber. The extra days will give you time for proper acclimatization and allow you to get adjusted to the climatic and weather conditions on the higher altitude. Hence, prefer 8 – 9 days while climbing Kilimanjaro.

The day’s preference also depends on the route preference, the Lemosho Route and Northern Circuit Route gives you 8 – 9 days and Machame Route and Marangu Route gives you 7 days. However, you can opt for an additional day for proper acclimatization. For the summit success, you need to choose the Best Route to Climb Kilimanjaro for a better acclimatization.

The weather in Kilimanjaro is considered as wet season and dry season. Before knowing about Best Time To Climb Kilimanjaro ”, the weathers and climates are very important to decide for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro . All the Kilimanjaro routes pass the ecological or climatic zones where the weather tends to change hourly due to the high-altitude condition and the trade winds. The wet season has more rainfall and dry season has lesser rainfall with more dry days. The main climatic zones are: Cultivation zone, Rainforest zone, Heath or moorland zone, Highland dessert zone and Artic zone. Each zone are unique in its own way and also have a distinct weather conditions all the way.

Kilimanjaro is the only highest mountain which allows you to reach its summit Uhuru peak without any technical skills. Climbing Kilimanjaro is easy compared to other mountains, as it has easier terrains than steeps. However, you may need to use your hands while climbing the Barranco wall as it is the only steep wall in the entire Kilimanjaro zone. This is one of the important Kilimanjaro Faq’s and has a proper answer.

During wet season you may require hiking poles because the rocks are more slippery. Make sure you wear proper hiking boots or gaiters while you are climbing Kilimanjaro.

Best time to climb Kilimanjaro is a major Kilimanjaro Faq’s asked by most of the trekkers. Mount Kilimanjaro can be ascended year around and all the Kilimanjaro routes will support climbing Kilimanjaro round the year. As Kilimanjaro is near to equator the region experiences a very less extremes of winter and summer weather, rather it has wet and dry seasons. Hence, the Best Time To Climb Kilimanjaro is dry season which is warm. It is advised to avoid climbing Kilimanjaro during wet season for beginners. However, if you are with a professional climber and have all the safety precautions taken, then climbing Kilimanjaro in wet season would be really adventures.

This also depends on your preference of Kilimanjaro Routes . You will need to choose best Kilimanjaro route and also choose a longer itinerary for better acclimatization.

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