Welcome to Kilimanjaro Trails™, your gateway to unparalleled adventure and unforgettable experiences on the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro. As a premier expedition company, we specialize in crafting exceptional journeys along Kilimanjaro’s diverse routes, each imbued with its own unique charm and challenges. With our unwavering commitment to safety, sustainability, and personalized service, we guide you through awe-inspiring landscapes, fostering acclimatization and camaraderie. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced trekker, Kilimanjaro Trails is your trusted companion, dedicated to transforming your ascent into an extraordinary triumph and lifelong memory. Join us and conquer the heights with confidence and camaraderie.
Mountain Kilimanjaro is found in Tanzania and stands at a height of 19,341 feet or 5,895 meters. This snow-capped mountain is the highest peak on the African continent and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Kilimanjaro is the highest walkable mountain in the world. To reach its summit (Uhuru Peak), you have to walk through its five different climate zones which include; the rainforest, alpine desert, and the glacial Arctic.
Although Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed without any special equipment or unique mountaineering training, we have to mention that it is not easy to summit the ‘Roof of Africa!’ A good Kilimanjaro climbing tour operator is equally important to ensure that your hike is not only a successful climb but also a safe Mount Kilimanjaro trek.
The best Kilimanjaro Trails, Choosing the best route to climb Mount Kilimanjaro
Choosing the best route between the seven Kilimanjaro trails requires an experienced Mount Kilimanjaro trekking expert, and we provide accurate and up-to-date advice and consultation at no cost.
The journey to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania unfolds through seven well-established routes: Lemosho, Machame, Marangu, Rongai, Northern Circuit, Shira, and Umbwe.
Additionally, there exists a specialized descent-only route which is known as the Mweka route. This Route is used to descend from the summit by climbers who use all routes except Marangu Route and Rongai Route. Rongai Route and Marangu Route utilize the Marangu Route during the descent from Mount Kilimanjaro.
Each of these seven Kilimanjaro routes boasts its own set of advantages and disadvantages, encompassing factors such as cost, the variety of landscapes encountered, and the success rate of reaching the summit. Hence, it is prudent to thoroughly examine each route, enabling you to make an informed decision regarding the most suitable path for your ascent.