Mt. Kilimanjaro is the free-standing and #1 highest mountain in Africa at 5,895 meters above the sea level. But it isn’t a mountain in an old sense. It is a huge stratovolcano that started forming about a million years past and is self-possessed of several coatings of hardened volcanic ash, lava, pumice as well as tephra — fragmental substantial that is the outcome from a volcanic eruption.

Mt. Kilimanjaro has three standing volcanic pinecones which build up to it: Kibo is a Peak; Mawenzi at 16,893 feet (5,149 meters); and Shira at 13,000 feet (3,962 meters). Whereas Uhuru Peak is the highest peak on Kibo’s crater edge.

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a challenge that should not be underestimated and choosing the right partner could make the difference between summiting Kilimanjaro safely or not. has over 25 years of combined experience in equipping climbers to reach the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro The experienced guides have a proud success rate of 96%+ and have safely guided more than 9000 climbers to Uhuru Peak The majority of our professional tour consultants have made successful summit attempts and are therefore able to assist interested parties with in-depth knowledge based on first-hand experience specializes in tailor-made packages to suit individual requirements and preferences as well as many excursion extensions to the surrounding game reserves biking tours gorilla trekking chimpanzee trekking and the tropical islands of Zanzibar


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Choosing the right Kilimanjaro route for your climb is an important decision. There are seven Mount Kilimanjaro routes: six routes up Kilimanjaro and two down.

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