Situated south of the equator in Tanzania at 19 340 feet, (5 895m), Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest mountain and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, and spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for the successful trekker, as well as the satisfaction of conquering this mighty peak. Not for the faint-hearted, this climb will test you to your limits, mentally as well as physically. However, the standard route is a hike, and any reasonably fit person who enjoys walking can reach the summit of Kilimanjaro. The youngest to make it was nine years old, the oldest seventy-nine. Thousands of people scramble to the top of Kilimanjaro each year. It generally takes five days to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro along the Marangu route and involves walking about eighty kilometres. The Keys Hotel, your base hotel, is located in Moshi and has a swimming pool, indoor bar and garden area, patio, a la carte restaurant and satellite television coverage. The guides employed are excellent (some have climbed Kili over 400 times!). This is truly an unforgettable experience.

Why we like it

Climbing Africa's Highest Peak, Amazing life experience, 7 day tour

Quick Facts

Accommodation Type: Tour
Rates from: $150 - $300 p.p.p.d.
Group Size: Small
Max No of Guests: 10
Children Friendly: No
Minimum Age: 16

Tour info

Tour duration: 7 Days
Start: Moshi
End: Moshi
Highlights Kilimanjaro Summit
Nearest Major City Arusha

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Mount Kilimanjaro Please click to view



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