"The longest journeys begin with a single step"
Mount Kilimanjaro, the Rooftop of Africa is the tallest free-standing mountain in the world, with its highest peak Kibo standing at an impressive 5895 metres. Though its size is immense, it also has one of the world's most accessible peaks. Enjoy diverse landscapes as you ascend through five cultivation zones and be inspired as you look out among endless vistas. You will leave Tanzania with incredible memories and a sense of accomplishment to last a lifetime.
All of our guides are experienced in wilderness first aid training and we are proud members of The Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project so you can be assured your climbs are certified ethical and all our crew are properly looked after.
Contact us for sample itineraries and speak to our tour specialists to determine which route is best for you.
Climbs start and end in Moshi.
The climb is not technical but simply requires basic fitness, a positive mental attitude, and perseverance.
Our experienced and friendly guides will be there with you every step of the way, who make sure your pace is Pole-Pole (slowly slowly) to avoid altitude sickness and keep you entertained for days with interesting stories about culture, history, family and life in Tanzania.
With 7 unique routes to chose from, work with our tour specialists to determine to perfect itinerary to accommodate your time, budget and fitness level.
Affectionately known as Mt. Kilimanjaro's little sister, this is a great practice mountain or for those who have less time as it can be done in 3-4 days.
An armed ranger will escort your group as you are far more likely to encounter natural wildlife as it is located in the heart of Arusha National Park.
Considered a bit more adventurous for thrill seekers with it's sharp edges. Your trek ascends along the dramatic rim of the crater and you sleep in huts each night.
The Summit views of Mt. Kilimanjaro are truly breathtaking
Ol Doinyo Lengai
Meaning "Mountain of God" in Maasai, this active volcano is the right fit for those up for a much more challenging adventure.
This trek compliments a visit to the beautiful Lake Natron region known for it's mass populations of flamingo. After your hard work you will be rewarded with relaxation in an oasis of a birder's paradise.
While the trek can be done in a single day it is far more steep with loose volcanic ash and sand and only recommended for highly experienced trekkers with great physical endurance.