Climb Mount Kilimanjaro
Trek on Kilimanjaro. Choose a route and climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro - the highest mountain in Africa.
Kilitreks and Safaris have over 12 years experience successfully guiding Kili trekking trips. Safety and attention to detail are paramount.
Want to climb Kilimanjaro?
Reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro is an achievable challenge. We expertly guide private Kilimanjaro treks, groups and charity events on all routes.
Kilimanjaro trekking routes are non-technical and accessible. If you have a good level of physical fitness and motivation, our trained guides and quality equipment will help you to achieve a safe, successful and enjoyable Kilimanjaro climb.
Choose a Kilimanjaro route and book for 2014.
Check out the itinerary links below to chose your route, then follow the links to 'Get a Quote'. To join one of our Kilimanjaro group departures, click on 'Join a Group Trek' (top right) and select Machame route or Rongai route.
Read more about Kilimanjaro climbing routes.
Get fit to Climb Kilimanjaro
Trekking Kilimanjaro is essentially a hike. You will be hiking at a slow pace over long periods while carrying a day pack. The demands on the body increase as you gain altitude. It is therefore important to check with your medical practitioner before you attempt the challenge of a Kilimanjaro trek.
The best way to increase your level of fitness for Kilitrekking is to start training at least two months in advance. Hike as much as possible on hills and mountains to condition the leg muscles to cope with long periods of up and down (wearing the boots you intend to use). Joining a gym is a good alternative if you don't have access to hiking trails.
Include aerobic exercises (cycling, jogging). This will help your body to function more efficiently with less oxygen when at altitude. Lastly, eat well, sleep well and keep a positive attitude.
Getting fit to climb Kili will help you to climb safely and increase your enjoyment - read some tips & tricks
What is a kilimanjaro trek like?
We will send you a Kilimanjaro information pack to help you prepare, select your equipment and explain what to expect when you climb Kilimanjaro.
Lemosho Route: 8 climb days (camping route).
Lemosho route remains a low traffic Kilimanjaro route, offering peaceful and unspoiled Kili trekking up to Shira Plateau before joining the south circuit (Machame) for the summit ascent.
Machame Route: 6 or 7 climb days (camping route).
Machame route follows a rugged up and down trail and in parts is steep and challenging. Machame is of the best Kilimanjaro routes for acclimatizing to the high altitude. An excellent kilitrekking choice for more experienced hikers.
Rongai Route: 6 or 7 climb days (camping route).
Rongai route is a low traffic route starting on the north-east of Kilimanjaro, near the Kenyan border. Rongai generally receives less rain than other Kilimanjaro routes. The trail is a gradual ascent and offers the possibility of seeing wildlife.
Marangu Route: 6 climb days (hut route).
Marangu route ascends gradually on a well-marked trail. Ascent and descent on this popular Kilimanjaro route is on the same trail. Mountain huts are provided - a comfort bonus in the rainy seasons. Advanced hut booking is essential.
Kilitreks & Safaris trekking teams are available on any date for all Kilimanjaro routes.
Climbing on other Kilimanjaro routes is also available e.g. Shira, Umbwe, Lemosho-Circuit. For more details you are welcome to contact us.
What do Kilimanjaro climb prices include and exclude?
We have provided a general list of what is included and excluded in the price of Kilimanjaro climbing on the equipment and services page.
For late bookings and additional requests, please contact us.
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