“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”
― Barry Finlay, Kilimanjaro and Beyond
Altitude - 5,895m (19,340ft)
Whether you’ve been dreaming of climbing Kilimanjaro for years, or have just recently decided to make the trek, we are here to help you summit Uhuru Peak! Kilimanjaro is a challenging and life changing experience that will provide a lifetime of incredible memories.
Our itineraries are designed for the best possible altitude acclimatisation
With walking of up to 4-8hrs per day
Often ascending higher during the day and descending slightly towards camp, making rest and sleep easier
Plenty of time to rest and relax
Each night is spent in a different camp
Experience The Changing Ecosystems
•Lowlands: Between 790-1,800 meters, this is the subtropical area located just above the Serengeti plains. An area with heavier rainfall, its vegetation is dominated by banana, coffee, and other plants grown as crops
•Rainforest: Between 1,800-2,800 meters, this is a subtropical rainforest rich with plant and animal life. The widest variety of flowering plants range in this zone
•Moorland and Heath: Between 2,800-4,000 meters, this area has less vegetation and is dominated by a few plant and animal species, including groundsels, lobelias, heather, and tree moss. Trees disappear above 4,000 m
•High Alpine Desert: Between 4,000-5,000 meters, this arid, semi-desert zone has no trees and few plants. Sage grass, hearty helichrysum flowers, moss, and thistles are common there
•Arctic Summit: Above 5,000 meters, this is an arid zone with intense sunlight, thin air, and heavy snow and ice at times. Few to no plants grow there.
At The Summit - 5,895m
Summiting is a special experience
Once you’ve taken your summit photo, it’s time to start the descent.
Oxygen levels at the top are approx. 40% so we can’t stay too long
Prices From - £2,750 p/p
All prices subject to small group surcharges