Climbing Kilimanjaro Made Easy

1 Discover Mount Kilimanjaro

A once-in-a-lifetime experience, you too can climb to the snow-capped peak of Africa’s highest mountain! Mount Kilimanjaro at 5,895 meters or 19,341 feet high. Feel what it’s like to stand on the Roof of Africa, looking down over the vast plains, even if you’ve never climbed a mountain before. Embrace the challenge and exhilaration of a high-altitude adventure, and journey to the summit of the largest free-standing mountain in the world, one of the Seven Summits.

2 Ask Our Experts

With decades of combined experience on the mountain, we specialize in climbing Kilimanjaro. We run our own climbing operations, staffed with expert guides, and do not act as a booking agent for other companies. From the moment you make contact with us, you can be sure you’re speaking to someone who has actual expertise on Mount Kilimanjaro, not a sales clerk. Our guides are highly skilled professionals and are key to your success.

3 Relax & Let Us Do The Rest

You are in the right place and in the right hands of experts, We will be with you all the step of the way from providing you with all the most upto date necessary information to prepare you for the climb from what to pack, to what you will eat to every condition of your climb and what to expect. Lastly we will drop you at the airport after a successful and happy ending of your dream come true climbing Kilimanjaro expedition.





  • Professional, experienced, licensed Mountain guides
  • Highest guide to climber ratio of 1:2
  • Honest, hardworking, team-oriented support staff
  • High summit success rates and client satisfaction


  • Warm, waterproof, four-season mountain tents
  • Hot, fresh, delicious meals and clean drinking water
  • Roomy, heavy duty dining tents with table and chairs
  • Private, sanitary toilet tents


  • Certified Wilderness First Responders
  • Daily pulse and oxygen saturation monitoring
  • Emergency oxygen and medical kits
  • High summit success rates and client satisfaction


  • Environmentally and socially responsible
  • Support local entrepreneurs
  • Fair and ethical treatment of porters



CLIMBING KILIMANJARO® has the best guides on the mountain, period. Each of our guides climbs Mount Kilimanjaro approximately 20 times per year and has handled more than one thousand clients in his lifetime. Our guides are licensed by the national park, are certified Wilderness First Responders and receive ongoing advanced high altitude medical training. In short, they know how to lead clients to the top – safely and professionally. By having our experts on your side, we maximize your chance of a safe, successful and enjoyable experience. We spend a great deal of attention in finding the right staff.

Climbing Kilimanjaro Tours - Top Recommendations

Our Kilimanjaro tours packages provide ample time to rest and acclimate prior to the Kilimanjaro climb. From years of experience, we have found that this strategy works best and has increased our clients' summit success rate dramatically. Climbing Kilimanjaro is a demanding, challenging feat. Nearly a third of all climbers fail to reach the summit. Why? To succeed on the mountain, it is imperative that climbers are guided by an experienced outfitter, with proven competence, reliability and safety. Your guide service is the single most important factor in determining the success of your climb. We will be with you every step of the way on this once in a lifetime experience! We are excited to plan what you have envisioned for this vacation.

Join the thousands of climbers who have stood on the Mount Kilimanjaro Summit Guided by Our Trek Exeprt Team


Rongai Route 7 Days

The Rongai route offers the best chance to experience the wildlife surrounding Mt. Kilimanjaro and it is one of the quietest routes...
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Marangu Route 6 Days

The Marangu Route is one of the shortest route while Climbing Kilimanjaro and unlike any other route accommodation is in huts...
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Machame Route 7 Days

The drive is very scenic towards Kilimanjaro's Machame route, as you pass through the Machame village cultivation area, see local...
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Northern Circuit Route

Northern Circuit Route is a relatively new route and is undoubtedly the most remote and quite option taking you on a circumnavigation...
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Lemosho Route 8 Days

Approximately 42 miles (70km) from gate to gate, Kilimanjaro’s Lemosho Route is the path-less-travelled to the highest peak in Africa, offering an u...
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Lemosho Route 7 Days

Approximately 42 miles (70km) from gate to gate, Kilimanjaro’s Lemosho Route is the path-less-travelled to the highest peak in Africa, offering an u...
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  • Our guides are certified Wilderness First Responders (WFR)
  • Our guides conduct health checks twice daily using pulseoximeters to measure pulse and oxygen saturation
  • We carry emergency oxygen, a portable stretcher and a medical kit on all our Kilimanjaro climbs
  • We are partnered with Sentinel Outdoor Institute, A HighAltitude Medical Training Organization
  • We provide AMREF Flying Doctors helicopter evacuation for severely injured or ill climbers
  • We track the location of and communicate with ourguides using satellite GPS communicators
  • We have established protocols for handling emergencies onthe mountain, including rescue and evacuation


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Climbing Kilimanjaro Quick & Helpful Tips

1. How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro?

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a major undertaking and if it seems too cheap, then you can be sure compromises are being made in terms of your safety, comfort, equipment and staff salaries. Conversely, overseas travel agents often inflate their prices. We believe in putting your safety and comfort as our top priority, and proper ethical treatment of our staff. Read more about the real cost of climbing Kilimanjaro.

2. How do I choose a Mount Kilimanjaro Company to Climb with?

Kilimanjaro has hundreds of tour operators. It’s very stressful knowing which operator to choose and who to trust with your life. You want to be sure that the tour operator staffs are certified Wilderness First Responders (WFR), who practice high safety standards and treats porters well. Guides that receive annual training in emergency first aid and can prevent, recognize and treat altitude-related illnesses. Safety is our number one priority. Read more about us

3. When is the best time to climb Kilimanjaro?

Mountain weather can be unpredictable, and the best time to climb Kilimanjaro is during the dry seasons: December to early March and June to October. We don’t climb during the height of the rainy season, for safety reasons. Read more about the best time to climb Kilimanjaro.

4. How long does it take to climb Kilimanjaro?

Our shortest climb is 6 days (Marangu route) and our longest is 9 days (Northern Circuits). The longer the route, the better for acclimatization. All of our routes build in acclimatization days, as the main reason climbers fail to reach the summit is due to insufficient adaptation to the altitude. For more information see factors affecting how long it takes to climb Kilimanjaro.

5. What’s the best route to Climb Kilimanjaro?

There isn’t one single “best” route, they are all unique, and it’s a matter of personal preference, time available and budget which one you choose. Other considerations are how scenic the route is, whether it’s likely to get crowded and the difficulty of the terrain. Read an overview of all the Kilimanjaro routes here, and see our day-to-day itineraries for what to expect.

6. What do I need to bring for the Climb?

We take care of all the camping gear, food, and cooking equipment. You’ll bring your own clothing and essentials, up to 15kg. Your main duffel bag will be carried by our team and you’ll carry a daypack with what you need for the day’s hike. We take you through everything you need to bring (and what you can leave at home) on our Packing for Kilimanjaro page (along with a handy printable checklist).

7. What training do I need to climb Mount Kilimanjaro?

You need to be able to hike 5-7 hours a day, for multiple days in a row. Kilimanjaro is not a technical climb, so you don’t need any training in rock climbing, mountaineering or other skills. You do need to be fit, healthy and determined. For most active people, 3-6 months of a good physical training program should be sufficient to get you into the best shape possible for a safe and enjoyable climb. See our training guide for Kilimanjaro.

8. Altitude Sickness & Acclimatization

Altitude sickness is serious, with potentially fatal complications. The best way to acclimate to the altitude is TIME, building in acclimatization days is the best way of achieving a successful summit. It’s important to be aware of altitude sickness, but not paranoid about it. It’s possible to do some pre-acclimatization altitude training either at home with rented equipment or if you live near a gym with an altitude chamber. Read all about Kilimanjaro Altitude Training here.

9. Our Kilimanjaro Climb Safety Procedures

We conduct daily health checks on all our climbers, with a pulse oximeter and a comprehensive symptom check using the Lake Louise Scoring System to evaluate a climber’s condition. We encourage you to be aware of any unusual symptoms, such as a persistent headache and report it to your guide. Our guides carry bottled oxygen and portable stretchers in case of an emergency. Read more about Mount Kilimanjaro Safety.

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