Mount Kilimanjaro is not only the highest mountain in Africa but also the largest free standing mountain in the world. Seeing the mountain rise out of scrub land to reach a height of 5,895 metres (19,336 feet) is a breathtaking sight. Composed of an extinct volcano, this is one of the most sought after, and awe-inspiring, peaks on the continent.
Kilimanjaro is one of the most accessible 'high summits' in the world and is suitable for climbers with no mountaineering experience, although a good level of fitness is required. Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro with us provides one the safest, most comfortable and ethical climbs on the mountain. Not only is our equipment of the highest standard but our thorough client monitoring system ensures a safe summit and as important, a safe descent. All of our staff from porters to head guides receives bi annual training in first aid, language, geology, botany and fauna.
Our inclusion in KPAP, Kilimanjaro Porters Assistant Project, guarantees that all porters are well cared for, receive suitable wages and carry manageable loads. A rewarding week long climb takes you through various ecosystems. Hike amongst lush mountain forests on the lower slopes then through tall grasses and heather as you make your way to the stark and beautiful alpine desert terrain before reaching the peak's summit.
The Highest Mountain in Africa
Stunning combination of activty and safari
We offer two fully accompanied Kilimanjaro climbs. With offices in Arusha and Ngorongoro, you can be rest assured that our "Friends on the Ground" team will be local, experienced and on hand to assist you throughout your expedition.
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