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Climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

‘As wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun, was the square top of Mount Kilimanjaro.’ Ernest Hemingway


There is nothing quite like it anywhere else on Earth. The world’s tallest freestanding mountain and the only place on land where you can clearly see the curvature of the Earth! It is a challenge, no doubt, but the rewards for those who climb Kilimanjaro are immense - the friendly welcome and endless encouragement from the Chagga guides and porters, the warmth of the sun rising over Africa, and that final sense of achievement are unbeatable.



  • We use 1 guide for every 2 clients on every climb and as such we are one of the very few operators which follow the national park guidelines on Kilimanjaro.

  • Numerous routes from 6- 8 days on the mountain, all with an extra day to the standard trek to aid acclimatisation.

  • Our guides have comprehensive first aid training, and from 1st January 2011 we will carry portable oxygen to treat altitude sickness on all our trips, should this be needed. We sponsor a Kilimanjaro Porter Project and invest in our porters education, sponsor guides to do extra training and pay a fair wage on the mountain. 

  • Henry Stedman the author of Kilimanjaro, the most comprehensive book on Mount Kilimanjaro, has written that our operator/local partner has "a reputation for reliability and an impressively high standard of treks" and amongst the large number of climbing companies is "one of the best on the mountain."

    Kilimanjaro Trekking route map


We climb Kilimanjaro using the Rongai and Lemosho routes in Tanzania instead of Marangu or Machame because:

  • Both are quiet, wilderness routes, well away from the crowded climbs. Only 10% of Kilimanjaro climbers ascend by these two routes.
  • Both traverse the mountain using different ascent and descent routes, so no back tracking, giving time to explore the different climatic zones, wildlife and scenery.
  • We have added extra days to the standard itineraries set by the National Park to help aid acclimatisation and to help you reach Uhuru Peak, at 5895m (19340ft) the highest point in Africa.

Extracts magazine article

Marta Maciejewska, Customer Operations Executive writes about Her Head in the Clouds on top of Kilmanjaro (January 2013).


Kilimanjaro Trekking trips

Kilimanjaro Climb Lemosho Route

Kilimanjaro Climb Lemosho Route

10 days Excl. flights From
USD $3,420.00

Walk this less-trekked and scenic route

  • Walk the less-trekked Lemosho Route
  • See the curvature of the earth
  • Soak up the varied scenery
Kilimanjaro Climb Rongai Route

Kilimanjaro Climb Rongai Route

8 days Excl. flights From
USD $2,565.00

Trek Africa's highest and most fabled mountain

  • Trek Africa's highest mountain
  • Follow the lesser-used Rongai Route
  • Watch sunrise over the summit crater rim
Kilimanjaro: Rongai Route & Safari

Kilimanjaro: Rongai Route & Safari

10 days Excl. flights From
USD $4,180.00

Climb Kilimanjaro then safari in Tanzania's best game parks

  • Trek the Rongai Route
  • Safari in Ngorongoro Crater
  • Spot tree climbing lions
Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route & Safari

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route & Safari

13 days Excl. flights From
USD $5,890.00

Follow the Lemosho Route and go on safari in Ngorongoro and Serengeti

  • Safari in Ngorongoro and Serengeti
  • Visit Olduvai Gorge
  • Follow the little-trekked Lemosho Route
Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro & Zanzibar - Premium

Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro & Zanzibar - Premium

13 days Excl. flights From
USD $6,080.00

The best of Tanzania; Kilimanjaro, wildlife and stunning beaches

  • Trek Africa's highest mountain
  • See the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater
  • Swim in Zanzibar's crystal clear waters
Kilimanjaro & Zanzibar

Kilimanjaro & Zanzibar

11 days Excl. flights From
USD $4,085.00

Trek the Rongai Route and relax on Zanzibar

  • Trek the Rongai Route
  • Stand on 'the Roof of Africa'
  • Relax on Zanzibar's beaches

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