Climbing Kilimanjaro Mountain
At 19,341 feet (5,895 meters), Tanzania’s snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest free-standing mountain. It is also the tallest walkable mountain in the world. Don’t get me wrong, climbing Kilimanjaro Mountain involves continuous days of trekking through the wilderness at high altitudes, and that definitely involves danger. For many of our guests, climbing will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, out of their comfort zone.
Kilimanjaro climbing routes and success rate
The safety and success of the Kilimanjaro Climb is highly dependent on your guide skills and experience. We want you to know that you can have complete confidence in their abilities because we ensure that they are trained, experienced and certified to the highest industry standards. As one of the Mount Kilimanjaro tour operators, Mountain Climbers Tz focuses on four famous routes and regularly climbs Mount Kilimanjaro via the Rongai Route, Lemosho Route, Northern Circuit Route and Machame Route.
Best Time To Climb Kilimanjaro
Climbing Kilimanjaro cost
Climbing Kilimanjaro can be an expensive undertaking depending on the route, season and duration. As well as accommodation or the purchase of any extra equipment.
If dilemmas like “Is it safe to climb Kilimanjaro or not?” If you think about it, the answer would be “yes, if you follow the rules set by the Kilimanjaro climbing guide while climbing Mt Kilimanjaro, nothing can stop you from seeing the stunning sunrise at Uhuru Peak.
Mountain Climbers Tz offers the best Kilimanjaro climbing package and can customize it according to the climber’s needs. We will inform you about the best time to climb Kilimanjaro so that you can experience the best that the peak has to offer. During the climb, our guides will provide you with facts and details about Mount Kilimanjaro that you would not have heard of before!
Contact us and we will together plan your Mt Kilimanjaro tour according to your expectations.