Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking is the highest mountain in Africa and also is the highest standing mountain in the world with its own three volcanic cones, Kibo – the summit. The other two cones are Mawenzi and Shira. It is one of the most sought-after peaks in the world. While it is a very tough hike, and should not be underestimated, it is not a technical climb. Trekking to the summit of Kili takes 6-8 days, and you must choose your route carefully and understand the limitations and risks of trying to go for an adventurous hike. There are also multi-day hikes in Western Kilimanjaro on the plains that are inhabited by the Maasai Tribes. These types of treks are much shorter and more suited to your smaller budgets.
Mountains are extremely unpredictable so we always recommend you to be prepared for any weather outcome regardless of the predicted season.
Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours are Excellent in January, February, July, August, September, and October. Within our predicted dry season, these months generally have dry summer conditions and good mountain weather which makes the trek more achievable. These are also the busiest months and you may find all routes are busy in this period.
Make sure that you have got your physical fitness done and that you are not suffering from any altitude sickness. Your safety is in your hand so we suggest getting well prepared for the adventurous trek and gaining a thrilling experience. Book soon our Super Games Tanzania tour & Safari.
Explore some of our fixed packages on Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking Itineraries for the following routes.
Lemosho route, Machame route, Marangu route, Northern Circuit route, Rongai route, Alpine desert – Shira route, Umbwe route, Western Breach, Crater camp.