Kilimanjaro rises imposingly from the savannah in Tanzania. This is the highest mountain in Africa (19,341 ft, 5,895 m) and one of the largest volcanoes in the world. Therefore it inspires thousands of adventurers each year to climb and stand at its ice-capped summit. Because of the mountain's extreme height and location, it has five climate zones, from rainforest to the arctic. The biggest challenge with climbing Kilimanjaro is the rate of ascent and the altitude. If you are ready for a physical and mental challenge, climbing Kilimanjaro is an once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Apart from being physically fit, one of the keys to your success on Kili is choosing the route that fits your best. We created some Kilimanjaro itineraries to give you an idea of the options. Summit mighty Kilimanjaro on this dream mountain adventure! Follow MT Sobek's highly experienced guides up a less-traveled route with a 98% summiting success rate. Journey along the forested slopes of Mount Meru, home to colobus monkeys, buffalo, giraffes, and elephants. Marvel at Great Barranco Valley's otherworldly Senecio, groundsel, and lobelia plants and witness the stunning Lava Tower, a rocky outcrop piercing up over 15,000 feet into the sky.
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