MT.KILIMANJARO (5,895 m, 19,340 ft):

The majestic, snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa dominates the landscape of the East African savannah. It beckons every trekker and mountaineer to rise to the challenge of scaling its lofty, towering summits that consist of three extinct volcanoes: Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira.This stunningly majestic mountain captures the imagination of everyone who sees it.Whilst reasonable fitness is required, the schedule, trails and accommodation are designed to allow visitors to acclimatize easily. Adventure Land Tanzania takes you at Mount Kilimanjaro for incredible climbing experienence. We offers you different ascent routes to choose from for your Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing at affordable packages.
A superb traverse offering fine panoramas of the southern icefields and visiting some of the mountains most beautiful locations. The journey from Shira Hut to Horombo Hut or vice versa takes at least two days and is best broken at the Barranco Hut or at Karanga Valley. The section just east of the Great Barranco involves a short easy scramble.
A very remote and rather tedious walk over endless screes. Fine panoramas northwards to Mount Kenya. Allow 3 hours from the Shira Hut to the Moir Hut. The next section to the Kibo, Mawenzi or Horombo Huts is best done in two days. Very limited water en-route.
Easily reached from the East. Sulphur deposits and fumaroles are found inside this crater. To look into the Ash Pit it is best to go down into the crater. Descending into the Ash Pit involves scrambling over steep scree and poor rock.
Though far from the main routes there is some magnificent ice scenery is to be seen here - well worth the effort and time.
Guides – Professional guides accompany the climbing safaris and provide excellent service including cooking of meals provided by professional chefs.
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Health & Fitness – Any form of mountain climbing requires an acceptable level of fitness. Before attempting these climbing expeditions please consult your doctor and have a physical check-up. In case you are unfit, a one-month training programme prior to the climbing is recommended.

Climbing Seasons – The best seasons for climbing are middle December to end of March and from middle of June to end of September.
Equipment & Clothing – Provision of any personal climbing equipment is not included for in the rates, and may be hired directly by the client from the base hotel. Clothing ought to be warm, light and preferably weather proof.
Self-service options- Self-catering packages are available – please contact us for details on these.
Caution – Mountain climbing in any form is dangerous, and adequate safety precautions are necessary. If you are vulnerable to high altitude sickness, even after acclimatization, you are advised to opt for shorter, low altitude climbing trips.
We offer reliable, well-maintained and proven range of vehicles for hire, at competitive prices. Vehicles range from small saloon vehicles to buses and four wheels drives, on self drive and chauffer driven. Contact us for your needs!
Selecting the right route is incredibly important in maximizing your chance of summit success. Quite apart from aesthetic considerations of scenery and traffic, the routes vary enormously in their degree of difficulty.
The Machame Route and The Lemosho-Western Breach Traverse.
adventure Land Tanzania offers you different ascent routes to choose from for your climb of Kilimanjaro.
The Machame Route has the well-deserved reputation of being a beautiful and varied path up the mountain. It is an unsurpassed world-class trekking route as well as a proven route to the top with a high success rate. Summit day is long, but since we do not need to acclimatize in order to sleep at very high altitudes, the trip is shorter: six nights and seven days on Kilimanjaro.
On the Lemosho–Western Breach Traverse we sleep in the crater of Kili itself! This is a longer trip involving eight nights and nine days on the mountain because of the acclimatization necessary for us to sleep at such a high altitude.
The early days of the Lemosho trip are spent in a remote and infrequently visited area. We traverse the wild Shira Plateau, starting from its western edge. Once on the mountain, we climb inside the crater of Kibo, Kilimanjaro’s highest peak, and sleep at 18,700 feet. Summit day is short because our destination, Uhuru Point, is only a few hundred feet above our camp.
Both these climbs are equally worthy, satisfying objectives. We suggest that you choose your route on Kili with us based on the amount of time you wish to spend on the mountain. Machame offers longer days of hiking, but fewer days are required to reach the top. Lemosho offers shorter days and some more remote camping, but the challenges on your body will be greater at the higher altitudes at which we camp.
When you climb Kilimanjaro with African Walking Safaris you go with a company that respects the altitude and weather of this great mountain. Regardless of the route you choose, your expedition will be superbly organized. Experts attend to Environmental, cultural and safety details. We know high mountains and we know Tanzania.