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Kilimanjaro Bergbesteigung
Globale Erwärmung Stück für Stück verschwindet. Forscher sagen vorraus, dass dieser bis zum Jahre 2060 verschwunden ist. Es existieren fünf unterschiedliche Klimazonen auf dem Kilimnajaro, auf die man sich vorbereiten muss.

View the Kilimanjaro Routes We Offer

Machame Route
This route is highly recommended for it’s scenic value, with medium success rate.Nicknamed the “Whisky” route as the climb is tougher than on the Marangu Route and you need a Whiskey first to tackle this adventure.

  • Great for acclimatizationwith lots of walk high, sleep low opportunities.
  • Extra acclimatization day available at 215$ per person
  • Challenging trek with stunning scenery through 5 diverse climatic zones
  • Very popular trail, therefore can be busy
  • Fully catered camping only

Marangu Route
Nicknamed the “Coca-Cola” route due to the older days when Coke used to be bought along the way in tea huts

  • Often selected by unprepared, inexperienced climbers because of its reputation for being the “easiest” route, attributing to the lower success rate.
  • The shortest  route, but less time to acclimatize, therefore lower success rate
  • Dormitory style accommodation in huts
  • Less scenic due to ascent and descent on same route

Shira/ Lemosho Route
The Shira trail is one of the two longer Kilimanjaro climb routes that start on the western side. (The other route starting here is the Lemosho Route.)Those routes both cross the Shira Plateau before joining the Machame Route near the “Lava Tower”. Lemosho, a relatively new route, is preferred by reputable operators due to its beauty, remoteness and success rate. In short, it maximizes the chances that a climber will reach the summit, and enjoy the experience overall.

  • High success rate. Good for acclimatization
  • Remote and spectacular, dramatic gorges and views of west Kilimanjaro
  • Converges with Machame on day 4 at Barranco
  • Shira offers higher start point compared to Lemosho and poorer acclimatization
  • Fully catered camping only

Rongai Route
This route is highly recommended for it’s scenic value, with medium success rate.Nicknamed the “Whisky” route as the climb is tougher than on the Marangu Route and you need a Whiskey first to tackle this adventure.

  • Great for acclimatizationwith lots of walk high, sleep low opportunities.
  • Extra acclimatization day available at 215$ per person
  • Challenging trek with stunning scenery through 5 diverse climatic zones
  • Very popular trail, therefore can be busy
  • Fully catered camping only

Umbwe Route
The Umbwe route has a well-deserved reputation of being the most challenging route on Mount Kilimanjaro.Approaching from the south, the Umbwe route is a short, steep and direct climb.

  • Steep, short route with lower success rate
  • Poor acclimatization because of rapid ascent
  • Very remote and quiet
  • Fully catered camping only

Of all the routes, Machame is by far the most scenic albeit steeper route up the mountain. The Rongai is the easiest camping route and the Marangu is also easy, but accommodation is in huts. As a result, this route tends to be very busy and ascent and descent routes are the same. Although the Rongai route is a flatter walk, it offers less opportunities for acclimatisation. The Machame and Lemosho routes both allow better opportunities to “walk high and sleep low”, which is critical to avoiding altitude sickness. Although the official lower age limit set by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority for trekking to Uhuru Peak is 10 years old, we usually recommend a minimum age of 13 years. We request that you let us know at the time of making an enquiry if any member of your group will be under 16 at the time of the ascent.

Please note all our Kilimanjaro prices include the following:

  • Kilimanjaro National Park Entry Fees
  • Transport From Arusha To Starting Point of Climb and back agaiz
  • Hut / Camping Fees
  • Certified, English speaking guides.
  • Porter salaries
  • Rescue Fees (National park requirement)
  • 3 meals per day on the mountain
  • Accommodation in Arusha at start and end of climb
  • Tents, sleeping mats & cooking equipment
  • Disposable oxygen cylinder

Excluded are the following:

  • Tips for mountain guides, cooks and porters
  • Equipment (sleeping bags, telescopic walking sticks, etc)
  • Cold drinks on the mountain other than boiled, natural spring water

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