This mountain is the reason East Africa has gained notoriety around the world. As you see the mountain rise above the great Serengeti on a crisp morning, you can’t help but feel an overwhelming sense of awe.
You have to climb Kilimanjaro at least once in your lifetime just to say you did it. Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any formal technical skills, but is not to be taken lightly. As long as you are fit, well- prepared and well-guided, Mt Kilimanjaro will reward you with a life changing experience. People who have climbed this mountain successfully will remain proud of this achievement for the rest of their lives. Reaching the “Rooftop of Africa” is an experience of a lifetime. Everybody with a good health condition, experienced or not, can reach the snowed peak.
We at East Africa Wild Adventures will create your Kilimanjaro experience based on your specificities and the type of climb and adventure you are seeking. We will pair you up with our extensive network of guides to ensure you have an incredible and perfectly tailored experience. There are many different ways to climb Kilimanjaro.
Mount Kilimanjaro (5.895 meters) is Often called the “Rooftop of Africa” . It is one of the world’s most accessible high summits, a beacon for visitors from around the world. Most climbers reach the crater rim with little more than a walking stick, protective clothing and determination. And Those Who reach Uhuru Peak, the actual summit will be awarded a climbing certificate you can frame. The snowed summit of Mount Kilimanjaro Reaches far above the northern plateau and hills of Tanzania. At clear weather you will be witnessing an amazing spectacle. Kilimanjaro is located close to the city of Moshi and it is protected area. The landscape is as beautiful as varied. On the lower slopes you will find agricultural land where coffee, bananas, cassava and maize are grown for subsistence and cash sale. A few larger coffee farms still exist on the lower slopes, but much of the area outside the National Park has leg subdivided into small farms.
Once inside the park, the thick lowland forest covers the lower
altitudes and breaks into alpine area once the air begins to thin. Near the peak the landscape is harsh and barren, dominated by rocks and ice.
Mt Kilimanjaro has a number of routes that can be climbed, each one with its own character and level of difficulty: