Mount Kilimanjaro holds the temptation to attract trekkers and hiking enthusiast from all over the world. The breathtaking sceneries at the top satisfy the fascination and desire of the trekkers. But to reach the peak and feel the triumph many questions may come to your mind. Here we have listed down some frequently asked questions; take a look at the answers for a great climbing experience.
Imagine starting a journey at the equator and ending at the North Pole and then descending crossing through five climatic zones replete with dramatic views and an inspiring journey with lasting impressions.
NO. All trekkers are to be accompanied by a registered and licensed guide. That's mandatory by the government and only official routes are recommended to climb.
The cost depends on the route you choose, the food you want and the extra facilities you need. Just contact us for the detail.
There are 7 established routes to reach the summit. Each route has its pros and cons with regards the scenery, challenges, and is popular for different reasons. Pick the one that is best suited to your physical fitness and itinerary. Marangu Route, Machame Route, Rongai Route and Lemosho Route are our picks.
The best time to climb Mount Kilimanjaro is between January and February and between July and October.
Depends on the route you chose, minimum 5 days and maximum 8 days. Taking extra days is good for acclimatization.
Yes, we can arrange gears for you. You need to just inform us before your departure.
There are over 200 tour operators offering a variety of services including premium add-ons. Always better to go with operators who have experience in the field, have locals as guides who know the mountain better than anyone else. The cost and services also matters. You need to do deep research.
Sleeping is in sleeping bags with sleeping bag liner to add an extra layer to keep you warm
Yes, referred to as long drop. But it's the bushes where most do their business unless they are willing to fork out extra for portable toilet
Yes, tipping is a tradition. During your adventure, the porters are your true friend and guide. Your success depends on them. Your small amount of tip can make a big difference.