Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking
Kilimanjaro National Park located 300 kilometers south of the equator and near the city of Moshi. The park includes the whole of Mount Kilimanjaro. It covers an area of 1,688 square kilometres (652 sq mi), 2°50'–3°10'S latitude, 37°10'–37°40'E longitude.
A variety of animals can be found in the park. Above the timberline, the Kilimanjaro tree hyrax, the grey duiker, and rodents are frequently encountered. The bushbuck and red duiker appear above the timberline in places. Cape buffaloes are found in the montane forest and occasionally in the moorland and grassland. Elephants can be found between the Namwai and Tarakia rivers and sometimes occur at higher elevations. In the montane forests, blue monkeys, western black and white colobuses, bushbabies, and leopards can be found.
Mt Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and tallest free Standing Mountain in the world with height of 5,886 m. One of the 7 natural wonders of Africa.
Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro is on many people’s list of lifetime achievements. It should be an experience as unique and memorable as the mountain; our experienced team will lead you up to the summit so you can stand at the roof of Africa! So let us take you on this once in a lifetime adventure.
June – Mid November: Best time for trekking:
December – February: Humid & Hot: Good time for trekking.
Mid November – Mid December: Short Rain: Wonderful for birdlife and lush scenery
April – May: Heavy rain : Forest more slippery and the summit might be blocked by snow. Wonderful for birdlife and lush scenery.
We have different routes, each offering their own splendid scenery and each with their own grade of difficulty. Note: You certainly can’t climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in 1 day!! Needs 5 to 7 day to reach at the top of Africas Highest Peak.
Number of the days increase according to popular route choice. Here down you can peak your... find the itinerary that suits you best and allow us to guide you on this expedition.