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Dec 11, 12:00 p.m.: We have opened two new groups to the Mount Kilimanjaro trek in March and August 2024. These groups start on March 3rd and August 11th respectively.
Given that there is an incredibly high demand for the Mount Kilimanjaro trek, we don’t expect these groups to remain open for long. So register soon if the Mount Kilimanjaro trek has been on your list of treks to do.
Due to Mount Kilimanjaro's proximity to the equator, this region does not experience the extremes of winter and summer but rather dry and wet seasons. January to mid-March is usually dry, warm, and clear, with light, unannounced rain showers. On the other hand, July and August are the coldest months in Kilimanjaro. These months are ideal to do the trek as there is no cloud cover with fewer chances of rain and snowfall.
Kilimanjaro is one of the most celebrated treks in the world, despite being a difficult trek. The trail, though difficult, is beautiful with diverse terrains and climatic zones. Trekkers go through cultivated fields, moorlands, rainforests, deserts, snowfields, and glaciers—"so it is adventure mixed with dramatic changes in terrain. Therefore, fitness is the most important criterion to be approved to do this trek,” said Nandana Kamasani, Head of Experience Coordination at Indiahikes.