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Ski surrounded by the Italian Dolomites' jagged peaks. Departures December through to February.
Enjoy a walking and trekking holiday in Tanzania with Exodus and discover what this amazing landscape has to offer for walkers and trekkers.
Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, rises three miles straight up out of the surrounding plains. From the base you look up at an awe-inspiring mountain, beckoning you closer to experience it yourself. The ascent travels through farmland, forest and giant heather, across moors and alpine desert; ultimately reaching the eternal snows of Kibo at sunrise. This is the highest point in all Africa.
Mount Kilimanjaro: Africa’s Highest Mountain
‘As wide as all the world, great, high and unbelievably white in the sun,
was the square top of Mount Kilimanjaro.’
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 are immense - the friendly welcome and endless encouragement from the Chagga guides and porters, the endemic fauna, the history, geology and local mythology, and the warmth of the sun rising over Africa, climbing slowly above the summit of Mawenzi and catching the glacial ice that accompanies you along the crater rim to Uhuru Peak.
Our local partners in Arusha have worked with Exodus for many years and have such a strong reputation as the best on the mountain, that the 2009 Red Nose Day celebrity climbing-team chose them to help them get to the top. Richard
Marsden and Ngaya Mboya are the driving force behind the running of our local operations.
They have a huge passion for the mountain, and the health, education and well-being of our Tanzanian porters and guides. Together we have set the standards for best practice on Kilimanjaro while working closely with the National Park in helping all to benefit. Exodus is a member of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP) and adheres to the guidelines for proper porter treatment, monitored by KPAP.
We sponsor a local porter project and pay one of the highest salaries on Kilimanjaro. We also offer one of the highest guide to client ratios on the mountain, 1 guide to 2 clients, and carry portable oxygen to treat altitude sickness, should this be needed. With numerous office staff who have summited, some over 30 times, we can advise you on the right route for your needs.
If you want to climb Kilimanjaro, find the best route for you from our range of itineraries below.
Marta Maciejewska, Customer Operations Executive writes about Her Head in the Clouds on top of Kilmanjaro (January 2013).