Mount Kilimanjaro

Overview
Tips
The roof of Africa is an absolute must-visit. There's no other place on earth where you can see that much biodiversity in one week. Start climbing through jungle then higher into forests and alpine desert. From day 2 you're already above the clouds and looking onto magnificent scenery! Finish the climb near the glaciers or if you're climbing in winter, climb the final steps in snow. Climbing the mighty Kilimanjaro should be on anyone's bucket list.
  • Don't think you don't need trekking poles, they will definitely make your life easier during the climb
  • Don't overpack, Follow the packing and equipment lists, they have all you need
  • Before you travel, skip the elevator and always take the stairs, believe it or not, it's a great preparation tip for the mountain
  • You'll be waking up above clouds, make your camera your best friend.

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  • 3,400
    9 Days
    3/4
    Physical Grade
    1. Sightseeing and/or relaxation
    2. Light adventure, no previous experience or training required
    3. A challenge, no previous experience necessary. A moderate level of fitness and preparation are required
    4. Previous experience and intensive training is required
    1/3
    Comfort Level
    1. Basic: lodging in guest houses, small hotels and/or camping. Mix of private and public transportation
    2. Standard: Clean and comfortable accommodation and/or well-maintained campsites. Mostly private transportation with occasional public transport when unavoidable.
    3. Luxury: Hand-picked luxury lodging or pampered campsites. Private and upgraded transportation facilities.
  • 3,050
    8 Days
    3/4
    Physical Grade
    1. Sightseeing and/or relaxation
    2. Light adventure, no previous experience or training required
    3. A challenge, no previous experience necessary. A moderate level of fitness and preparation are required
    4. Previous experience and intensive training is required
    1/3
    Comfort Level
    1. Basic: lodging in guest houses, small hotels and/or camping. Mix of private and public transportation
    2. Standard: Clean and comfortable accommodation and/or well-maintained campsites. Mostly private transportation with occasional public transport when unavoidable.
    3. Luxury: Hand-picked luxury lodging or pampered campsites. Private and upgraded transportation facilities.
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