Mt. Kilimanjaro lies 3 degrees below the equator, is contained entirely within Tanzania and is one of Africa’s youngest volcanoes. It peers down to Kenya on its northern border, and covers an area of over 5 100 square kilometres, thrusting over five kilometres into the sky! Its top is permanently ice-capped and offers both the the hiker and mountaineer a rare challenge.
At 5 895 metres it is Africa’s highest mountain and one of the legendary 7 Summits. Although not to be taken lightly, any reasonably fit person can reach the summit of Kilimanjaro, and there are several routes available. You will need a minimum of five days for the hike (but preferably six or more days), and you ascend from the steaming tropical rain forests, through heath land, to alpine desert, finally reaching the permanent glaciers and the summit, Uhuru Peak.
Wild Frontiers offer regular departures for ladies/individuals or groups. We will discuss, in detail with you, the different routes available, as well as the preparation required for such a trip.
Wild Frontiers success rate for summiting is over 95% and we have an impeccable safety record. This is attributed to good preparation and professional guiding. Our guides are the best available, their enthusiasm knowledge of the region and care of you – their client – will ensure that your hike is comfortable and rewarding.
We also have travel add-on packages that enable you to explore the region further after your climb, like safaris to areas such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, or to go and relax on the pristine beaches of Zanzibar.
Check out our routes and packages here