Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain rising 19,340 ft (5,895m). The highest free-standing mountain in the country. It is also one of the seven summits, the seventh highest point on any continent in the world. If you are physically fit, you can ascend Mount Kilimanjaro to reach the summit (Uhuru Mountain 5,895m) and view out over Africa. Our Mount Kilimanjaro climbing tours are planned at the strongly recommended lead of high altitude performance, Meijo Safaris has created specific climbing techniques carefully crafted to optimize personal protection and summit opportunities for climbers on the highest mountain in Africa and the largest non-mass mountain in the world.
From the shortest 6 days of the Marangu route, 7 days of Machame Route to the longest 8 days of the Lemosho route, the experience of a passionate team is well established and has resulted in a high success rate of 95 per cent.s.
Choosing a Kilimanjaro route, which will satisfy your personal requirements as well as contribute towards your eventual summit success, is important. Factors which should be carefully considered includes:
- A Kilimanjaro routes comparison in terms of a of an authentic wilderness experience
- Kilimanjaro routes distances and trekking costs for each route
- The Kilimanjaro routes success rates and best possible summit prospects
- The possibility of additional days for a safer extended acclimatisation on each trekking route
Below follows a brief summarised comparison of all the current Kilimanjaro routes. For more detailed information regarding each of these Mount Kilimanjaro routes, including routes distances and route success rates, please refer to our detailed and comprehensive routes descriptions below.
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