Rongai Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 6 days Program

Rongai Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 6 days Program

Rongai route begins on the northern side of Mount Kilimanjaro near the Kenyan border. This is the least traveled route for the Mount Kilimanjaro Climb.  It takes a long drive to get to the starting point that is filled with fantastic views. After summit you will decent on the Marangu route. Accommodation on this route will be in tents.

 

Rongai Route Climb

 

THE BEST MONTHS TO CLIMB KILIMANJARO RONGAI ROUTE.

Normally March, April and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.

November is usually short rains but it is not often rains all the days so Climbing is possible.

The best Months for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are January, February and also August and September.

July can be colder and November to December can be wet.

January to February is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.

The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.

Summit Success Rates: Stella Point (48%). Uhuru Peak (46%).

 

Rongai Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Itinerary

 

Day 01: Arrival

Arriving at Kilimanjaro International Airport/Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Transfer by normal (0800am or 0200pm) shuttle Bus to Arusha where you booked in Arusha Crown Hotel/Impala hotel for the night BB

 

Day 02: Hotel – Rongai Gate – First Cave

Today we transfer to the start of the Rongai route, close to the Kenyan border, where we begin the ascent of Kilimanjaro. The first night will be camping at the first cave.

 

Day 03: First Cave – Third Cave

The climbing today is a gradual ascent and we get great views of the plains of Kenya below and the spectacular Mawenzi Tarn above. We get up to a height of 3800m today where we camp for the night by the Third Cave.

 

Day 04: Third Cave

We have an extra day for acclimatization. This is spent in the vicinity of Third Cave taking gentle walks.

 

Day 05: Third Cave – Kibo Hut

Our climb today takes us through the lunar desert of the Saddle, the lava-covered expanse between the two peaks Mawenzi and Kibo. By the end of the day we reach Kibo Hut at 4700m where we camp overnight and rest, ready for the ascent the next day.

 

Day 06: Kibo Hut – Uhuru Peak – Horombo Hut

We have a very early start for the final ascent, leaving the hut in the middle of the night to arrive at Uhuru Peak just after dawn. It is a 4 to 5 hour slow walk up increasingly steep screed to Gillman’s Point at 5690m followed by a further 1 to 2 hour walk around the crater rim to Uhuru Peak at 5896m. You have incredible views of glaciers many storey high surrounding you, and the plains of Africa stretched out below you. After taking in this amazing view we return by the same path past Kibo Hut and on down the Marangu Route all the way to Horombo Hut.

 

Day 07: Horombo Hut – Marangu Gate

It just takes us about half the day to descend back down to the park gates at Marangu. Here we will be met and transferred back to the Arusha hotel. It is now time to celebrate your achievement. Overnight bed and breakfast basis.

 

Tour Price:

 

Price Includes:

National Park entry fees, camping fees, rescue fees

English speaking guide(s), cook and porters

Full board camping accommodation during the climb

Camping equipment ie Tents + Form mattress

Mineral water for the first day, boiled and filtered water on the other days

Transfer to the gate and return to Arusha

 

Price excludes:

Other drinks

Meals and accommodation in Arusha – We can arrange this one too.

Sleeping bag

Personal expenses and tips

Recommended climbing tips and gears

 

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Lemosho Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 8 days Program

Lemosho Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 8 days Program

Lemosho Route  is considered as the best route on Mount Kilimanjaro Climb. The trek begin through thick and fertile rain forest which followed by the wildflowers and shrubs of the heath ecosystem. Approaching from the west, we cross one of most beautiful areas on Kilimanjaro, the vast Shira Plateau, before traversing the mountain along the southern circuit. The Lemotho route is for those with previous backpacking experience

 

THE BEST MONTHS FOR MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB – LEMOSHO ROUTE.

Lemosho Route Climb

Normally the best Months for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are January, February and also August and September. July can be colder and November to December can be wet. The month of March, April and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.
November is usually short rains but it is not often rains all the days so Climbing is possible.
January to February is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.
The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.
Summit Success Rates: Stella Point (48%). Uhuru Peak (46%).

 

Lemosho Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Itinerary

 

Day 1: Arrive Day

Arrive Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) met and transfer to Moshi Town. While in the lodge our Mount Kilimanjaro guide will brief you about the next day trek.  The guide will also help you to check for your climbing equipment. In addition to the above he / she will also confirm you have the appropriate mandatory medical coverage and travel insurance.

 

Day 2: Lemosho Big Tree Camp (2,650 m); 3-4 hours walking.

Transfer to Londorosi Gate where you will do the necessary registration formalities. From Londorosi we  drive through varied farmland with open views over the plains to reach the Lemosho roadhead. The last section of the road is of poor quality and difficult to drive after rain, sometimes we start walking a kilometre or two below the roadhead. We often have our lunch at the roadhead before starting to walk. It is an easy day of walking up a small path through beautiful and lush forest. We camp at Lemosho Big Tree Camp.

 

Day 3: Shira One” (3,550 m); 5-6 hours walking.

We soon leave the forest behind and enter the moorland zone of giant heather. The trail climbs steadily with wide views to reach the rim of the Shira Plateau. There is a tangible sense of wilderness, especially if afternoon mists come in! We camp in the centre of the plateau at “Shira One.

 

Day 4: Great Barranco valley (3,900 m); 7-8 hours walking

A morning of gentle ascent and panoramic views, leaving the moorland plateau behind to walk on lava ridges beneath the glaciers of the Western Breach. After lunch near the Lava Tower junction (4,550 m) we descend to the bottom of the Great Barranco valley sheltered by towering cliffs and with extensive views of the plains far below near our campsite at Barranco valley.

 

Day 5: Karanga campsite (4,000 m); 4-5 hours walking

A steep climb up the Barranco Wall leads us to an undulating trail on the south-eastern flank of Kibo, with superb vistas of the Southern Icefields. The terrain changes to scree, with pockets of vegetation in sheltered hollows, and there is only a short distance to our camp at Karanga (4,000 m), the last water point on the way to the summit.

 

Day 6: Barafu campsite (4,600 m); 3-4 hours walking

We follow an easy path on compacted scree with wide views that gains altitude unrelentingly to reach the Barafu campsite (4,600 m) for lunch. There is a short acclimatisation walk to the plateau at the bottom of the South-East valley (4,800 m). The remainder of the day is spent resting in preparation for the final ascent before a very early night.

 

Day 7: Mweka forest camp (3100 m); 13-15 hours walking

Proceed with the Lemosho Route climb by ascent by torchlight at about 1 a.m. so that we can be up on the Crater rim by sunrise. The steep climb over loose volcanic scree has some well-graded zig-zags and a slow but steady pace will take us to Stella Point (5,735 m), in about five or six hours. We will rest there for a short time to enjoy the sunrise over Mawenzi. Those who are still feeling strong can make the two hour round trip from here along the crater rim to Uhuru Peak (5,896 m), passing close to the spectacular glaciers and ice cliffs that still occupy most of the summit area. The descent to Barafu is surprisingly fast, and after some refreshment, we continue to descend to reach our final Mweka forest camp.

 

Day 8: Mweka forest camp to Mweka Gate (1,650 m); 3-4 hours walking.

A sustained descent through lovely forest with lush undergrowth takes us to Mweka National Park gate.

 

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Cost – Lemosho Route

Price: (Price  per person)

1 pax :2950 USD,  2Pax : 1550 USD,  3Pax :1450 USD,  4 Pax : 1400 USD and  6Pax : 1350 USD

 

Price Includes:
2 Nights accommodation at Keys Hotek on BB
Private professional mountain guides
All Park fees
Rescue fees
All meals while on the Mountain
Arrival and Departure transfers
Government taxes, VAT and all relating service charges
Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees
Summit Oxygen
Walking Sticks
Camping Gears

 

Price Excludes:
Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival
Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
Meals not listed above
Optional Tours (short safari after your climb etc)
Tips and any items of personal nature.
Emergency Evacuation by Flying Doctor

 

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Marangu Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 5 days Program

Marangu Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 5 days Program

Marangu Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb 5 days Program

The Marangu route is one of the most popular routes to the summit of Kilimanjaro. This could partly be as a result of the fact that the Marangu is the least expensive route but the shortest route to the summit one day earlier compared to the Machame route.  This is not always the best way due to a shorter acclimatization period.

 

The Marangu route does however, offer you the option of spending an extra acclimatization day on the mountain. This extends the route into a 6-day trek greatly increasing your chances of success Shared hut accommodation on the Marangu route forms one of the main differences compared to the other routes It offers you the relative luxury of being able to sleep in huts along the entire route. Mineral water soft drinks, chocolates and beers are also sold at all the camps on this route All your equipment and supplies are portered and a cook prepares all your meals here we will start our

The Best Month to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route

 

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – Marangu Route Itinerary

 

Day 1: Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro Marangu Route
Transfer from Arusha town to Marangu Gate – Mandara hut 2700m
Hiking time: 5 hours.
Distance: About 12 km’s.
Habitat: Montane forest.
Elevation change: + 720 m

Early in the morning after breakfast you will be getting a briefing of your hiking from Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro guides before been transfer to Marangu gate around 9:00 am in the morning which takes about 45 minutes to reach there. On your arrival to Marangu gate which is located at the Marangu village normal formality of registration for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro will take place. A backpack is important for you to carry few things which will be useful for the particularly day trekking such as camera, extra cloth, skin oil, rain jacket and other things which you will be directed. Porters will carry other things for your climbing Mount Kilimanjaro such as food, drinking water, clothes and cooking gas and normally they walk faster than you so they can be in a position of preparing of dinner for you on time.
After all the formality our guide will show you a clear trail and assist you with any additional information or needs you might have. You now leave the park office and ascend on a cleared ridge route through the rain forest.  The forest covered with mist and saturated with beards of moss. This trail follows the edge of a stream through the undergrowth and offers you the option to rejoin the main trail either, after one and half hours hiking, you will reach Mandara hut.
The weather at Mandara hut isn’t much cold and normal dressing and a jacket is enough. With an exception of Kibo hut the other huts have a group of wooden A-framed huts in a forest clearing. Each hut features 6-8 sleeping bunks with solar generated lighting. The total capacity of the camp is 60 climbers. Water is piped into the camp from springs above and there are flush toilets behind the main hut.

 

Day 2: Climb Mount Kilimanjaro Marangu Route
Mandara hut 2700m- Horombo hut 3720m
Hiking time: 6 hours.
Distance: About 15 km’s.
Habitat: Moorland.
Elevation change: + 1020 m
Early in the morning after your breakfast you will starts climbing towards Horombo hut with your picnic lunch. From Mandara hut the trail passes through a short stretch of forest, and then heads around the base of the Maundi Crater where you will leave the forest and enter the moorland.
We recommend you take a short detour up to the rim of the Maundi Crater – from here you see the impressive Kibo Crater, and on a clear day you will also be able to see the glaciers of Kibo. This is a great photographic opportunity. In the moorlands you will also encounter some of Kilimanjaro most spectacular and strange plants in the open moorland – with giant lobelia and groundsel growing to heights of 3 and 5 metres respectively! Later in the afternoon you reach Horombo Hut to stay for hot dinner and an overnight. Your hut will be comfortable enough to ensure a good nights rest. Temperatures during the night will be around freezing point.

 

Day 3: Climb Mount Kilimanjaro Marangu Route
Horombo hut 3720m Kibo hut 4700m
Hiking time: 6 hours
Distance: About 15 km’s
Habitat: Alpine desert
Elevation change: + 980 m
The climb is becoming more difficult as the oxygen at these altitudes begins to thin out considerably. To begin today you can take one of the two trails to the “Saddle”, located between the peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo. Stick to the lower route, which is much easier and has the added benefit of taking you past the last watering point. You should stock up with all the water you will need – the next watering point will be at Horombo hut when you return there on your descent the night after next. Once again remember to take it slowly and drink enough water. It will take from 5 to 7 hours to reach Kibo Hut where you will rest and have dinner. This is a barren area of extreme conditions, with temperatures at night sometimes dropping to below freezing point and daytime temperatures being relatively high. Kibo is a large stone house that can comfortably sleep 60 hikers in bunk beds – remember there is no water supply at this hut. There are toilet facilities behind the hut.
Spend time this afternoon preparing your equipment as you will be making your final ascent tonight–you will need your ski-stick and extra thermal clothing for your summit bid – also ensure that your headlamp and camera batteries are in order and make sure you have spare sets of batteries available as well. Carry your water in a thermal flask otherwise it will freeze later. Make sure you are in bed by 7:00 pm – you will need all the sleep you can get before your very early wake up call in only four and half hours time.

 

Day 4: Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro Marangu Route
Kibo hut 4700 m – Uhuru Peak 5895 m- Horombo hut 3720 m
Hiking time: 10 hours
Distance: About 27 km’s
Habitat: Stone scree and ice-capped summit
Elevation change: + 1195 m, – 2175 m
Today will by far be your toughest day, you will be woken just before midnight and soon head off into the cold night up a rocky path towards to the Hans Meyer Cave at 5150 metres – you may take a short rest here before continuing your ascent up to Gillman’s point at 5680 metres. Probably the most demanding section of the entire route as it is very steep and stony – go slowly and carefully here. From Gillman’s Point, you will more than likely be walking through snow for the next 2 hours, when you will finally reach the summit of Uhuru Peak at 5895 metres.
Cold and fatigue will set in quickly here and you may find it very difficult to get started again. So spend a little time to enjoy the fact that you have conquered Kilimanjaro, get the camera out and take some pictures, then it will be best that you get moving again – it’s a long way down! The first part of your descent to Kibo hut will take almost another 3 hours. After a short rest you which will be accompanied with heavy breakfast, you will begin the next part of your descent – it will take another 3 hours of hiking to get to Horombo hut. Arriving Horombo hut at afternoon for hot hut lunch and rest as well as dinner and spend overnight there. You will no doubt have a good sleep, feeling exhilarated and proud of your achievement

 

Day 5: Climb Mount Kilimanjaro Marangu Route
Horombo hut 3720 m – Mandara hut 1980m
Hiking time: 6 hours
Distance: About 27 km’s
Habitat: Moorland + Rain Forest
Elevation change: – 1740 m
After an early and well-deserved breakfast, you continue your descent passing the Mandara hut, down to the Marangu gate – this will take the best part of  six hours. At Marangu gate you sign your name and details in a register. To make your achievement official, you will receive a summit certificate. If you reached Gillman’s Point you will be presented with a green certificate, and if you made it all the way to Uhuru Peak you will have earned yourself a gold certificate. You then take a road transfer back to your hotel where you have certainly earned a long hot shower and a drink or three to celebrate before getting a decent night’s rest in a comfortable bed.

 

 

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Machame Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – 7 days

Machame Route Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – 7 days

Machame Route KilimanjaroMachame route during Mount Kilimanjaro Climb is considered the most beautiful to the top of the African Roof. The Machame route offers spectacular views and passing through a variety of habitats.
Famously known as the whiskey route the Machame Route is steeper trail up Kilimanjaro and is generally done by climbers that are physically fit with some previous hiking experience. On the Machame Route accommodation is offered in dom tents with meals served inside the tents but when the weather is good on blanket outside

 

THE BEST MONTHS FOR MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB RONGAI ROUTE.

Machame Route Kilimanjaro

 

Normally March, April and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.

November is usually short rains but it is not often rains all the days so Climbing is possible.

The best Months for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are January, February and also August and September.

July can be colder and November to December can be wet.

January to February is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.

The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.

Summit Success Rates: Stella Point (48%). Uhuru Peak (46%).

Machame Route – Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Program

 

Day 1: Arrival in Moshi, Hotel transfer
Machame route hiking package starts with collection from the Kilimanjaro International Airport. From the airport you are transferred to the Panama Hotel in Moshi, located on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Today you will be briefed about the Mount Kilimanjaro and Machame route that you are going trek through it.

 

Day 2: Machame Gate (1790m) – Machame Camp (3010m)
Transfer from the hotel to the area nearby the entrance gate Kilimanjaro National park. Finalize all the necessary requirements for your permission to proceed with the adventure Kilimanjaro climb. Trek through the thick rain forest for about 5 – 6 hours listening to the beautiful bird songs. Dinner and overnight at Machame Camp

 

Day 3: Machame Camp (3010m) – New Shira Camp (3845m)
Proceed with Machame Route Climb by leaving the camp early in the morning hiking up the steepening path through moors and heathlands. In this area the vegetation become a bit open which provides magnificent views over the surrounding landscapes and dramatic mountain range. Today the walk is shorter therefore we will reach the next camp in the mid-day.  This camp is located at the Shira Plateau offering a spectacular view of Kilimanjaro Mountain.

 

Day 4: New Shira Camp (3845m) – Lava Tower Hut (4640m) – Barranco Camp (3960m)
The trek for the day begins with a long climb from the Shira Plateau towards the Lava Tower Hut lying at 4640m. Ascend around 700m on day four camping at a slightly higher elevation than the night before. This gives your body time to acclimatize to the increasing altitude as we hike up Kilimanjaro to more than 4500m high over the next two days.  The Machame Trek passes through Barranco Valley, an expansive area where giant senecio and lobelia plants grow. After 6 – 7 hours of hiking, arrive at the overnight Barranco Camp where you will served a well-deserved meal and a rest.

 

Day 5: Barranco Camp (3960m) – Barafu Camp (4640m)
Today’s hike starts with the challenging climb of the “Barranco Wall” a stretch where you will be secured to ensure your safety when necessary. Following the ridge as it stretches above the south glacier of Kibo admiring the views. We stop for lunch in In the Karanga Valley and prepare for the 2 – 3 hrs trek to Barafu Camp (4640m). At camp there is time for you to relax and have dinner, resting before we embark on the next stretch of our climb up Kilimanjaro.

 

Day 6: Barafu Camp (4640m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Mweka Camp (3080m)
Wake up in the midnight for breakfast and snack then start the hike to the summit. starts at midnight, with a hot tea and light snack before we set off into the darkness. We hike up the screes of Kibo by torchlight on this exhilarating stretch.
A 5 – 7 hour ascent through the night brings us to Stella Point, on the crater rim of Mount Kilimanjaro. After a further 1 – 2 hrs of climbing along the edge of the crater we reach the summit of Uhuru Peak at a mighty 5895m!
Having hiked to the summit of Uhuru Peak, the highest point of Mt. Kilimanjaro, you will be standing at the top of Africa’s highest mountain!
Descend Kilimanjaro Marangu Route follow a simple route down Kilimanjaro descending along a similar path. Before midday we arrive back at Barafu Camp where the rest of the climbing team welcomes you with a warm meal upon your return. Following a much-deserved break of 1 – 2 hrs, we proceed to Mweka Camp at 3080m. In the evening we have dinner and enjoy a hard earned rest.

 

Day 7: Mweka Camp (3080m) – Mweka Gate (1630m) – Moshi
After breakfast  and a traditional farewell ceremony from the mountain guides we set off on the last leg of this unforgettable hiking adventure. A gentle 2 -3 hrs descent takes us through the lush rainforest to Mweka Gate, at the base of Kilimanjaro.
Our driver meets you at the gate and takes you back to the Keys Hotel in Moshi for some comfortable rest and relaxation. Relax at the hotel soothing your aching muscles in the swimming pool or taking a nap as you recollect your adventure to the “Roof of Africa”.

 

Day 8 Moshi – Additional Services
On day eight you have a hearty breakfast at the hotel, before continuing with your travels or taking a transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport. This brings your memorable Kilimanjaro Hike via Machame to a close.
An additional day at Karanga Camp (4035m) can be added to this Machame Route Tour, giving you an extra day on Kilimanjaro. See the Full Pricing above for the cost of the 9-day hike, and please contact us for the detailed itinerary.

 

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Cost

Price: (Per person sharing)

1 pax :2950 USD
2 Pax : 1550 USD
3 Pax :1450 USD
4 Pax : 1400 USD
6 Pax : 1350 USD

 

Price Includes:
2 Nights accommodation at Keys Hotek on BB
Private professional mountain guides
All Park fees
Rescue fees
All meals while on the Mountain
Arrival and Departure transfers
Government taxes, VAT and all relating service charges
Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees
Summit Oxygen
Walking Sticks
Camping Gears

 

Price Excludes:
Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival
Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
Meals not listed above
Optional Tours (short safari after your climb etc)
Tips and any items of personal nature.
Emergency Evacuation by Flying Doctor

 

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Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route – 6 days

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route – 6 days

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

Mount Kilimanjaro climb through Marangu route is the most common and easiest trail to the summit. This route has a beautiful and unique scenery. This route offers 60 beds each at Mandara and Horombo huts which can accommodate 120 people. The huts are has comfortable bunk beds each with a sponge mattress and pillow. The huts on Mount Kilimanjaro along Marangu route  are communal and are fitted with solar powered lights. The bathrooms of the huts lower down on the slopes feature running water.

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Program

 

Day 1: Arrival Kilimanjaro / Arusha
Arrive Kilimanjaro International airport met and transfer to the hotel in Moshi or Arusha for overnight. In this day you will be introduced to your mountain Kilimanjaro guide for a briefing about the trek. You will also use this time to organize for your climbing gears. Overnight at Panama Hotel Moshi.

 

Day 2: Moshi – Marangu Gate (1860m) – Mandara Hut (2700m)
Enjoy breakfast in the hotel, then transfer to Marangu gate (1860M) to start your Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb. Upon arrival at the Marangu gate complete the necessary paperwork before starting the hike. Trek through the dense rain forest with possibility to spot ther black and white colobus monkeys, as well as other wild animals. This trek takes you 4 hours to Marandara huts (2650m) where you will spend a night. While guided with your guide you may visit the Maundi Crater to enjoy the beautiful view of the surrounding low lands. Dinner and overnight Mandara Hunt.

 

Day 3: Mandara Hut (2700m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
Today proceed with the Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb toward Horombo Hut. On the way you will reach the tree line passing into the heath and moor vegetation zone. Normally it takes climbers 4-6 hours to trek from Mandara to Horombo. The Horombo hut is located at the altitude of 3700m. Dinner and overnight at Horombo Hut. At this point you can observe both the Mawenzi and Kibo Peak.

 

Day 4: Horombo Hut (3700m) – Zebra Rocks (4020m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
Today we spend a acclimatizing which helps to improve the chances of successfully reaching the summit of Mountain Kilimanjaro.

 

Day 5:  Horombo Hut (3700m) – Kibo Hut (4700m)
Today the Mountain Kilimanjaro climb consist of 5 -6 hours trek which lead to Kibo Hut. The trekking trail passes through the last water point followed by Saddle which is the depression between Kibo and Mawenzi peak. Enjoy the early dinner and short rest up to mid night when you will be awaken to start the climb to Kibo Peak.

 

Day 6 Kibo Hut (4700m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Horombo Hut (3700m)
The Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb to the peak start in the mid night today. Climb following zigzag way pass the Hans Meyer Cave at 5220m and Gillman’s Point at 5681m. In the early morning you will reach the summit “Uhuru Peak” which is the highest point on the Continent. At this point you will experience the inspiring sense of achievement at having climbed to the “Roof of Africa”!
We retrace our steps following the same trail back down Kilimanjaro. The now-thawed lava ash makes for a speedy descent to Kibo Hut, where a warm meal and welcome from the mountain team awaits you. After a 1 – 2 hour break to regain strength we continue our Marangu hike to Horombo Hut (3700m), arriving in the afternoon. The evening meal is followed by a well-deserved early night!

 

Day 7 Horombo Hut (3700m) – Marangu Gate (1860m) – Moshi
The final stretch of this Mountain Kilimanjaro Hike passes through heath and moor terrain as we return to the Mandara Hut at 2700m. After a warm lunch at Mandara Hut we head back into the tropical rain forest reaching the Kilimanjaro National Park Gate (1860m) after 6 hours trekking today.
At the gate we say goodbye to our mountain Kilimanjaro guides and transfer back to the nearby Keys Hotel where we spent the first night of this hike up Mountain Kilimanjaro. Back at the hotel you can warm up with a shower or take a refreshing dip in the pool relaxing after your days on the mountain. The last evening is spent relaxing at the Keys Hotel in Moshi celebrating your great feat of successfully reaching the summit of the Mount Kilimanjaro!

Next day Transfer to the airport will be provided. If you are interested to continue with the wildlife safari arrangement will be made with extra charges

 

Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb Cost- Marangu Route:

Start from US $ 1500 per person sharing

 

Cost Includes
Airport pick up and drop off services
BB accommodation in Moshi
Mountain Kilimanjaro Climb Fees
Full board accommodation during the climb
Service for porters and guide
Mountain Kilimanjaro Rescue fee

 

Cost Excludes
Airport departure tax
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