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5 to 10 days
Availability : All year
Min Age : 10 years
  • Climb Africa’s highest and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain
  • Experience wilderness for one week, camping underneath the stars
  • Come reasonably fit and motivated, but no technical skills required
Get Your Custom Offers
Hello. You are busy and want personalized service?

You are special and your time is valuable. That’s why we’d like to ask you just a few questions so that we can find and customize the best offer for you. Sounds good? πŸ’β€β™€οΈ

Great. We'll just ask you 5 simple questions:

Question #1: When would you like to climb? πŸ—“

Which date?

We recommend the dry & sunny seasons β˜€οΈ – January to February, or July to October.

What's your earliest possible start date?

What's your earliest possible start date?

And the latest date by when you would like to finish?

Question #2: Who will be climbing? πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦

Would you be interested to join a group tour (or open a new group tour)?

That's great. Climbing in a group is more fun and helps to keep the costs per climber down.

How many people are you?

Question #3: Which route would like to take? πŸ“ˆ

That's great – seems you have already done some research πŸ‘

Which route(s) are you considering?

No problem, that's what we are here for. We'll make a recommendation πŸ‘

Shall we also recommend the duration, or do you already know how many days you'd like to climb?

Question #4: How many days would you like to climb? ⏳

Almost done. Finally . . .

Question #5: What's your budget preference? πŸ’΅

Which of the following should be included in your offer?

What else?

Which of the following should be included in your offer?

Certainly, we'll do our best to meet your requirements. What else would be important to you?

Is there anything else you would like us to know?

For example, would you like to combine your climb with a safari? 🦁

Certainly. Please specify:

Excellent. Thank you so much for your patience!

To which email address may we send your custom offer?

Finally, how may we address you?

All set. Ready for your dream vacation? 😎


Our most recommended routes


Most popular
  • 6 - 7 days
  • Very scenic
  • Great altitude profile
  • Most affordable
  • Convenient location
  • May feel crowded
Custom offers


Best of both
  • 7 - 8 days
  • Very scenic
  • Great altitude profile
  • High summit success
  • May feel crowded
Custom offers


Authentic wilderness
  • 8 - 9 days
  • 360Β° views
  • Great altitude profile
  • High summit success
  • Real wilderness
  • Misses some scenery
Custom offers

For ultimate adventurers

Crater Camp

Sleep next to the glacier
  • 8 - 10 days

    Best combined with Lemosho or Northern to acclimatize prior to sleeping at high altitude
  • Ultimate experience
  • Same benefits as Lemosho/Northern
  • High risk of severe AMS
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Two Peaks

Pre-acclimatize on Mt Meru or Mt Kenya
  • 8 - 14 days

    Scale two of East Africa's highest peaks - Kilimanjaro and Mt Meru or Mt Kenya
  • Most scenic variety
  • Same benefits of chosen Kilimanjaro route
  • High Kilimanjaro summit success due to pre-acclimatization
  • Physically challenging
Custom offers


Short & steep
  • 5 - 6 days

    Great for athletes, but only if you have pre-acclimatized to high altitudes
  • Very scenic
  • The shortest route
  • Poor acclimatization
  • Steep & challenging
Custom offers

Rainy season back-ups


Sleep in huts to stay dry
  • 5 - 6 days

    Even when in rains all day, rest in the dry comfort of wooden huts
  • The only route with huts
  • Poor acclimatization profile
  • Feels crowded during dry season
Custom offers


Less chance of rain
  • 5 - 7 days

    Less chance of rain on the northern slopes
  • Less chance of rain
  • Ascend in real wilderness, even in popular dry seasons
  • It may still rain
Custom offers

Luxury tents

Sleep in comfort
  • 5 - 10 days

    Upgrade any route with luxury sleeping tents
  • High quality tents keep you dry
  • Plenty of space for your gear
  • Keep things clean & tidy
  • Expensive
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Fair Porter Treatment
Leave No Trace

Why it matters:

The predominant problem caused by Kilimanjaro tourism is the exploitation of porters. Porters are the ones who make Kilimanjaro tours possible for the vast majority of climbers, and who do all the heavy lifting. Sadly, our summit success often comes at the cost of the very people who help us reach our mountaintop.

How we care:

We partner with the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP) to provide assistance and only promote KPAP Partner companies to you.

How you can make a difference:

Climb with a KPAP Partner company

Pay recommended tips to your crew for their service

Report any issues to us or via the KPAP Climber Survey

Learn more

Why it matters:

Mount Kilimanjaro has its dangers. An estimated up to 10 tourists die on the mountain every year, mostly due to altitude sickness. With the right preparation, this is mostly avoidable. Currently, there is no objective benchmark to measure and compare the safety record and attention of Kilimanjaro tour operators.

How we care:

We only work with KPAP Partner companies. While KPAP does not measure safety criteria, we believe that companies who are committed to fair porter treatment are on average also more likely to be committed to your safety compared to the industry average (especially guides and companies who are not even duly licensed).

How you can make a difference:

Educate yourself thoroughly about the risks involved, especially altitude sickness

Contract your climb with a responsible tour operator

Ascend slowly, drink lots of water, go on optional acclimatization hikes

Learn more

Why it matters:

Waste is always a problem related to tourism. To protect the Kilimanjaro National Park and its pristine state, it is imperative to leave no waste behind.

How we care:

All our partner tour operators that we promote are committed to the Leave No Trace principles.

How you can make a difference:

Leave no waste behind

Only walk on the designated hiking paths

Use toilets whenever available, especially for solid waste