Difficulty

Difficult | Level 3

Duration

8 Days

Highest Altitude

19,341 ft

Age

18 to 50 years

Duration

8 Days

Age

18 to 50 years

Difficulty

Difficult | Level 3

Highest Altitude

19,341 ft

Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

Trek to the Roof of Africa

Kilimanjaro needs no introduction. It gives you the unique experience of standing on top of the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

At Indiahikes we are taking the Machame route to the top. This route has the right mix of adventure and dramatic changes in scenery.

It is hard to comprehend the changes in scenery that happen over 6 days. You are looking at the free-standing mountain standing out of the plains on Day 1. You trek through cultivated fields, rain forests, moorlands, and suddenly alpine deserts full of rock and scree. Beyond that arctic snowfields and glaciers. It is too dramatic, frankly.

On this trek, you have a strong local Tanzanian flavour added to your Indiahikes Experience as well. Our local partners are residents of the villages that surround the mountain. They are going to fill you with stories, culture, and food of the region. 

“This trek must be done not only to experience the Kilimanjaro trek but also to experience the wilderness and culture of Africa. Even before and after the trek, you get to witness one of the most unique wildlife landscapes in the world,” says Arjun Majumdar, founder, and CEO of Indiahikes. “You must spend time in the Serengeti National Park or the wonder of Ngorongoro crater. If time permits, visit some of the old towns. The beaches of Tanzania have crystal clear waters as well!” adds Arjun.

The best part is that it is one of the seven summits that does not require technical expertise or any mountaineering knowledge. On the other hand, we admit it's challenging. You climb to 19,341 ft and trek 60 km in 6 days. Being supremely fit is a basic criterion to do this trek.

Quick Itinerary

A route map of the Kilimanjaro trek

Day 1

Meet the team at Moshi

Drive Distance: 42 km | Duration: 1 hour | Pick up point on request for Indiahikes trekkers: Kilimanjaro International Airport

Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport, and leave for Hotel Leopard in Moshi. Your pick-up from the airport costs extra which you have to pay the driver directly. The accommodation on Day 1 is included in the trek fee.

Note: You will meet our team in the evening. Be ready for the briefing by the trek leader and mountain guides on this day. It is better to reach Moshi a day prior to Day 1. This ensures you have enough time to rest before starting on the trek the next day.

Day 2

Drive from Hotel Leopard to Machame Gate. Trek to Machame Camp

Drive Distance: 31 km | Duration: 55 minutes | Trek Distance: 10 km | Duration: 7 hours | Altitude Gain: 5,950 ft to 9,902 ft

The drive from Moshi to the Machame Gate takes about an hour. The process for permits takes about an hour for a group of 15 trekkers.

Day 3

Trek from Machame Camp to Shira 2 Camp

Trek Distance: 5 km | Duration: 6 hours | Altitude Gain: 9,860 ft to 12,570 ft

Day 4

Trek from Shira 2 Camp to Barranco Camp via Lava Tower

Trek Distance: 9.50 km | Duration: 8 hours | Altitude Gain and Loss: 12,570 ft to 13,060 ft via 15,160 ft

Day 5

Trek from Barranco Camp to Barafu Camp via Karanga Camp

Trek Distance: 8 km | Duration: 10 hours | Altitude Gain: 13,060 ft to 15,330 ft via 13,195 ft

Day 6

Trek from Barafu Camp to Mweka Camp via Uhuru Peak

Trek Distance: 16.50 km | Duration: 14 hours | Altitude Gain and Loss: 15,330 ft to 10,090 ft via 19,341 ft

Day 7

Trek from Mweka Camp to Mweka Village. Drive back to Hotel Leopard in Moshi

Trek Distance: 10 km | Duration: 4 hours | Altitude Loss: 10,090 ft to 5,380 ft

Drive Distance: 24 km | Duration: 1 hour

Our vehicle will pick you up at Mweka Village to drive you back to Hotel Leopard in Moshi.

Day 8

Depart from Hotel Leopard in Moshi to Kilimanjaro International Airport

Drive Distance: 42 km | Duration: 1 hour | Drop off point for Indiahikes trekkers: Kilimanjaro International Airport

Today is the day you bid adieu to Tanzania and head back to the airport. If you plan to explore Tanzania further, our local coordinator will help you plan you're itinerary after Day 8.

Please note: The distance between campsites may vary by 100 meters depending the weather conditions and the route you take. The altitude may also vary by 100 feet for similar reasons.

IMPORTANT POINTS

Mandatory Documents required: It is mandatory for trekkers to carry original documents (Passport, Visa, Covid Vaccination Certificate) for entry inside the Kilimanjaro National Park. Keep a watch on the Visa site for any changes in the law on things to be carried inside the state. Along with this, you need to carry the medical certificate and disclaimer form for the trek.

Stay facility: In Moshi, your stay will be arranged in a hotel. On the trek, you will be staying 2 in a tent

Cloakroom facility for excess luggage: You may leave behind the luggage that you won't need on the trek at your hotel, near the reception. There will not be any specific cloakroom facility with lockers.

A route map of the Kilimanjaro trek

PRO-TIPS

Book flexible flight tickets

You are going on an International trek, where there are several unpredictable factors. It's best to book flexible flight tickets, which you can reschedule if required. These are available for a small added cost with most travel companies.

Alternative Flying Options for Indians

If the flight cost to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), Tanzania is on the higher side, you can think of an alternative journey to take. Fly to Nairobi from Ahmedabad and then take a bus to Moshi.

After a lot of research, we have concluded that flying to Nairobi from Ahmedabad or Mumbai will cut your travel costs by half. From Nairobi, you need to take a 7-hour bus to Moshi.

This option can be cheaper as compared to flying directly to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) from any of the metro cities in India.

However, you'll need to have a Visa for Kenya as well as Tanzania in this case. So calculate the cost including this and then decide.

Applying for Visa

Getting a Visa for Tanzania is very simple. You can apply for the E-Visa Immigration Online portal. Once filled, it takes about 7-10 days to get the approval. Also, Tanzanian immigration officials allow you to get your Tanzanian visa on arrival (VOA) for Indians.

Day 1

Meet the team at Moshi

Drive Distance: 42 km | Duration: 1 hour | Pick up point on request for Indiahikes trekkers: Kilimanjaro International Airport

Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport, and leave for Hotel Leopard in Moshi. Your pick-up from the airport costs extra which you have to pay the driver directly. The accommodation on Day 1 is included in the trek fee.

Note: You will meet our team in the evening. Be ready for the briefing by the trek leader and mountain guides on this day. It is better to reach Moshi a day prior to Day 1. This ensures you have enough time to rest before starting on the trek the next day.

Day 2

Drive from Hotel Leopard to Machame Gate. Trek to Machame Camp

Drive Distance: 31 km | Duration: 55 minutes | Trek Distance: 10 km | Duration: 7 hours | Altitude Gain: 5,950 ft to 9,902 ft

The drive from Moshi to the Machame Gate takes about an hour. The process for permits takes about an hour for a group of 15 trekkers.

Day 3

Trek from Machame Camp to Shira 2 Camp

Trek Distance: 5 km | Duration: 6 hours | Altitude Gain: 9,860 ft to 12,570 ft

Day 4

Trek from Shira 2 Camp to Barranco Camp via Lava Tower

Trek Distance: 9.50 km | Duration: 8 hours | Altitude Gain and Loss: 12,570 ft to 13,060 ft via 15,160 ft

Day 5

Trek from Barranco Camp to Barafu Camp via Karanga Camp

Trek Distance: 8 km | Duration: 10 hours | Altitude Gain: 13,060 ft to 15,330 ft via 13,195 ft

Day 6

Trek from Barafu Camp to Mweka Camp via Uhuru Peak

Trek Distance: 16.50 km | Duration: 14 hours | Altitude Gain and Loss: 15,330 ft to 10,090 ft via 19,341 ft

Day 7

Trek from Mweka Camp to Mweka Village. Drive back to Hotel Leopard in Moshi

Trek Distance: 10 km | Duration: 4 hours | Altitude Loss: 10,090 ft to 5,380 ft

Drive Distance: 24 km | Duration: 1 hour

Our vehicle will pick you up at Mweka Village to drive you back to Hotel Leopard in Moshi.

Day 8

Depart from Hotel Leopard in Moshi to Kilimanjaro International Airport

Drive Distance: 42 km | Duration: 1 hour | Drop off point for Indiahikes trekkers: Kilimanjaro International Airport

Today is the day you bid adieu to Tanzania and head back to the airport. If you plan to explore Tanzania further, our local coordinator will help you plan you're itinerary after Day 8.

Please note: The distance between campsites may vary by 100 meters depending the weather conditions and the route you take. The altitude may also vary by 100 feet for similar reasons.

IMPORTANT POINTS

➤ Mandatory Documents required: It is mandatory for trekkers to carry original documents (Passport, Visa, Covid Vaccination Certificate) for entry inside the Kilimanjaro National Park. Keep a watch on the Visa site for any changes in the law on things to be carried inside the state. Along with this, you need to carry the medical certificate and disclaimer form for the trek.

➤Stay facility: In Moshi, your stay will be arranged in a hotel. On the trek, you will be staying 2 in a tent

➤Cloakroom facility for excess luggage: You may leave behind the luggage that you won't need on the trek at your hotel, near the reception. There will not be any specific cloakroom facility with lockers.

PRO-TIPS

Book flexible flight tickets

You are going on an International trek, where there are several unpredictable factors. It's best to book flexible flight tickets, which you can reschedule if required. These are available for a small added cost with most travel companies.

Alternative Flying Options for Indians

If the flight cost to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), Tanzania is on the higher side, you can think of an alternative journey to take. Fly to Nairobi from Ahmedabad and then take a bus to Moshi.

After a lot of research, we have concluded that flying to Nairobi from Ahmedabad or Mumbai will cut your travel costs by half. From Nairobi, you need to take a 7-hour bus to Moshi.

This option can be cheaper as compared to flying directly to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) from any of the metro cities in India.

However, you'll need to have a Visa for Kenya as well as Tanzania in this case. So calculate the cost including this and then decide.

Applying for Visa

Getting a Visa for Tanzania is very simple. You can apply for the E-Visa Immigration Online portal. Once filled, it takes about 7-10 days to get the approval. Also, Tanzanian immigration officials allow you to get your Tanzanian visa on arrival (VOA) for Indians.

Suhas is the head of the DIY and Documentation Team. He has been working at Indiahikes for about 7 years at Indiahikes. Nature, adventure, and wildlife are the top things that get his heart racing.

He has done more than 14 Himalayan treks - a few of them are Roopkund, Kuari Pass, Kedarkantha, Buran Ghati, Kashmir Great Lakes, and Warwan Valley. He has done a few explorations in the Himalayas, the Western Ghats, and around Bengaluru. And it was he who explored the grand Phulara Ridge and Ranthan Kharak trek.

He was also the trek leader for the Kilimanjaro Trek in 2022

What We Love About the Kilimanjaro Trek

Suhas is the head of the DIY and Documentation Team. He has been working at Indiahikes for about 7 years at Indiahikes. Nature, adventure, and wildlife are the top things that get his heart racing. He has done more than 14 Himalayan treks - a few of them are Roopkund, Kuari Pass, Kedarkantha, Buran Ghati, Kashmir Great Lakes, and Warwan Valley. He has done a few explorations in the Himalayas, the Western Ghats, and around Bengaluru. And it was he who explored the grand Phulara Ridge and Ranthan Kharak trek. He was also the trek leader for the Kilimanjaro Trek in 2022

1. The Sunrise During the Iconic Ascent to Uhuru Peak

The adventurous climb to Uhuru Peak is one thing that brings trekkers and mountaineers from all over the world. Forming one of the Seven Summits, Mount Kilimanjaro, and trekking to the top of Africa is a rare experience to witness.

The thrilling ascent starts during the dead of night at around 11.30 pm, bearing the bone-chilling cold, and climbing more than 4,000 ft over 5 km to reach the top in time for sunrise is nothing short of an expedition.

As the sky changes its color from jet black to fiery red and turns into a Tangerine Orange, this sight will take you back the memory lane of why you are here. All the buildup that you have heard of or the tales, and stories is something you are experiencing on this climb.

This spectacular feat can be achieved only by extremely fit trekkers and those who have done consistent preparation for the trek.

One of the toughest days of trekking you might have done is the summit push to reach Uhuru Peak. Picture by Irshad Pananilath

2. The Variety of the Five Climatic Zones

The most interesting thing about trekking in Kilimanjaro is the five distinct climatic zones you pass through.

a. Bushland Zone (2,600 ft to 6,000 ft):  As you leave Moshi and head to the Machame park gate, you’ll see plenty of evidence of human activity. From grazing of livestock to small farming operations very similar to India. This has changed the native vegetation patterns, which would once have been scrubland and lowland forests. The southern side of the mountain has more rainfall and coupled with the fertile volcanic soil, makes it an ideal growing condition.

b. Rain Forest Zone (6,000 ft to 9,200 ft): Encircling the whole of the mountain is a montane or tropical rain forest. Dense and damp, this forest is home to many different bird and animal species as discussed previously.

c. Heath and Moorland Zone (9,200 ft to 13,200 ft): The forest seems to stop abruptly as you enter this zone, and suddenly you’ve got magnificent views. Characterized by the scrubby shrubs, giant heathers, and tussock grasses, the lower part of this zone is sometimes compared to the Scottish Highlands.

d. Alpine Desert Zone (13,200 ft to 16,500 ft): Intense rays of the sun beat down during the day and at night it’s below freezing. There is very little water in this area, and only the hardiest plants can exist. It’s barren and inhospitable. You’ll come across small hardy plants, very few flowers, and odd tussock grass.

The landscape is dominated by rugged rock formations and panoramic views. If you look closely, you’ll see mosses and lichens, which cover the rocks, avoiding the soil altogether. They may look inert, but these are the plants that thrive in this barren environment.

e. Arctic Zone (16,500 and above): This area is arid, cold at night, and subject to intense sunshine during the day. With half the available oxygen at sea level, the area is dominated by huge glaciers and large boulders. There is no resident animal or plant life, except for a few very hardy lichens, slow-growing and probably ancient.

Once you cross the rain forest zone, from a high point, you can see the switch between one zone to the next. Picture by Suhas Saya

3. The Unique Flora and fauna to Kilimanjaro

The vegetation found on Kilimanjaro is unique. In the initial part of the trek, you come across fern and sycamore trees, junipers, and an old man’s beard (a type of lichen) that covers almost all the trees.

Above 10,000 ft, you’ll start seeing plants and trees that look otherwordly and are endemic to the region. There are giant Groundsels also known as Senecio trees, Red Hot Pokers, and Lobelias.

These plants have developed unique characteristics to allow them to thrive in the drastic temperature swings. As the Senecios grow taller, their leaves die and stay on the plant, forming fur-like insulation around the trunk. Lobelias close their leaves at night, covering their central core for warmth. They are a treat to look at and wonder about.

Coming to fauna, most of the birds and animals are found in the rainforest region. There are birds like Silvery cheeked Hornbills, tropical Boubous, Green Wood Hoopoes, and Hartlaub Turacos to name a few. Primates like Colobus Monkeys, Olive Baboons, and Blue Monkey are heard and seen throughout the forest. There are also Civets, Dik-Dik, Bushpigs, Abbott’s Duikers, and Elephants, but their sightings are extremely rare.

The variety in Flora and fauna inside the Kilimanjaro National trek. Picture by Suhas Saya

4. The Celebration of the Local Culture and Music

Kilimanjaro is perhaps one trek where music is celebrated as part of the trek. You will see this triumph of culture right from Moshi, at the campsites, on the trail and usually as a ritual post.

The vibrant culture of Tanzania is another highlight that most trekkers get to experience when travelling for the trek of Kilimanjaro.

I would suggest keeping at least 3 days after the trek. After travelling all the way, do not miss out on once in a lifetime opportunity to explore the local cuisine, coffee plantations, tribes and grand Safaris or visit remote corners of Tanzania post your trek. Just Kilimanjaro would mean ticking off the box of one of the seven summits of the world without experiencing the other aspects that Tanzania is known for.

Experiencing the celebration of Tanzanian Culture. Picture by Irshad Pananilath

Know Your Trek

We have always wanted trekkers to be well-informed before they go on a high altitude trek. Knowledge is the difference between a safe trek and a dangerous one. It’s also the difference between a wholesome experience and a superficial experience.

Use this section to learn about the Kilimanjaro trek. It has in-depth information about each day of the trek, what to expect, and how you need to prepare for it. Many years of expertise have gone into this content. Trekkers find that extremely useful.

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PRO TIPS

We recommend jogging as the best routine to get fit for a trek. It works on the same muscles that you use while trekking — your calves, glutes and hamstrings. It helps increase your stamina day by day. It is also an easy routine that does not require any equipment or tools.

Fitness target: 

To do this trek comfortably, you must be able to cover 10 km in under 60 minutes. This is the minimum fitness required for this trek.

How to achieve this fitness? 
  • Start jogging at least 4 days a week 
  • If you cannot run 10 km immediately, start with 2 km and increase to 5 km over 2-3 weeks.
  • Once you’re able to run 10 km, increase your pace day by day. 
  • Gradually increase your pace and bring it down to 10 km in less than 60 mins.
  • You must be able to run 10 km in 60 mins consistently for at least 2 weeks before the trek. 

This trek requires at least 6-8 weeks of preparation. The longer, the better. So plan your trek soon and start preparing. 

Here's a complete guide to get you trek fit.

Strength training tips:

How to get Fitness Approval from the Indiahikes team:

Every trekker needs fitness approval from the Indiahikes team 20 days before the trek date. Without this, you will not be allowed on the trek. 

What to upload? 
  • A minimum of 3 screenshots of your runs/jogs/walks/cycling 
  • Monthly summary of your routine

Why fitness matters: 

Every high-altitude trek comes with a set of challenges. Steep ascents and descents, uneven terrain, snow walks, stream crossings, pass crossings, and summit climb. Even the easiest of treks have some of these challenges if not all of them. Without fitness, trekkers struggle, get injured easily, lag behind, or simply fail to complete the trek. 

At Indiahikes, we take pride in the fact that our trekkers are among the fittest in the country. Those who do not meet the fitness requirements are often sent back. Our philosophy is that trekking and fitness go hand in hand. Without fitness, there’s no trekking. 

Why Trekking With Indiahikes Is Different

People have always told us that trekking with us is different. That it is not just about the trek.

In fact, our trekkers go as far as to tell us that it is a life-changing experience. They feel a renewed sense of confidence, they feel more inclined towards sustainable living, and they even feel independent enough to trek on their own. As our founder, Arjun Majumdar, says, "It's almost like seeing two different people before and after the trek."

This is what makes trekking with Indiahikes different. The experience is designed in such a way that it has a deep impact on trekkers. Our Trek Leaders are trained in experience facilitation, to ensure that trekkers take the best out of being in the outdoors. This is why trekkers love trekking with Indiahikes.

Green Trails

Leaving mountains better than we find them

At Indiahikes, we focus on bringing in new practices that can reduce our impact on the environment.  This is done through constant R&D.  Once these new practices are implemented we focus on achieving the results consistently on all our treks. You will see this as part of our G6 practices. 

Golden 1: Green Sweep - Clean the trail of visible litter.  We have collected more than 1,00,000 kgs of waste since 2016.

Golden 2: Segregation At Source - Segregate all waste collected so that we do not add all this waste to the landfill.  We have diverted 50% of the waste from landfill through segregation

Golden 3: Food Composting - All our kitchen waste is composted into useful humus for the mountain soil.  All food waste is either eaten by mules or composted at source.

Golden 4: Biotoilets - All our human waste is composted at source through our specially designed dry toilet pits. 

Golden 5: Water efficient dispenser  - We have reduced our waste used per trekker by 70% through specially designed water dispenser systems.

Golden 6: Save energy - We use solar panels for our energy use at our campsites.  We are also in the process of redesigning our stove and menu to reduce the amount of gas used on our treks.

Do not be surprised to see a few of these elements of Eco Bags and the process of Segregation coming up on the trails of Kilimanjaro Trek because of our presence.

Our trekkers are a big part of us keeping our promise to leave the mountains better than we found them. 

  • Indiahikes trekkers do not carry anything that can harm the environment - be it wet wipes, or any packaged food on the trek.  In fact they practice a zero waste trek.
  • Indiahikes trekkers do not buy any packaged food in the dhabas on the trek - they do not take part in feeding the demand for packaged food 
  • Indiahikes trekkers clean the trails of waste using the eco bag as part of the Green Sweep Initiattive 
  • Indiaihikes trekkers carry their own backpack on the trek. They do not offload unless absolutely necessary
  • Indiahikes trekkers do not pee/poop near any water source 
  • Indiahikes trekkers do not stray away from the marked trail

Trekkers who sign up with us pledge to follow these practices.  When you sign up with us, you do too.

Everything you do on a trek creates an impact. The trail you trek on, the water you use, the waste you generate, how you poop, how you cook, what you eat — everything has an impact. The higher the impact, the greater the damage to the environment. 

Yet, when done sustainably, trekking is one of the most environment-friendly sports.

When you trek with Indiahikes, you trek to leave the mountains better than we found them.  This is part of our Green Trails promise.

Kilimanjaro Videos

Listen to what trekkers have to share about Kilimanjaro Trek

Travel Hacks

Know how to manage your Money

The best thing when travelling is to have a Forex Card from your bank if you are travelling abroad. It works very similarly to a Debit Card and you can withdraw the local currency with minimal charges.

Also, it is better to withdraw one big chunk instead of multiple withdrawals from the ATMs.

Most of the expenses will be done in Tanzanian Shilling (TSH). Right from the stay, travel, food, souvenirs and major local expenditure will take place using this currency. Between 1,00,000 TSH to 1,50,000 TSH is good for a two-day budget to stay, food and expenditure.

If you are planning to travel post your trek to a Safari, then USD will work.

Nearby Places to Visit after your Kilimanjaro Trek

Tanzania offers multiple options if you are planning to travel post your trek.

1. Materuni Waterfalls: Materuni waterfalls, also known as Nambe (meaning ‘first-born’ in Swahili) waterfalls are located just 15 km from Moshi. It is named so because it is the first waterfall that drops down from the slopes of Kilimanjaro. This is good for a day visit and also for getting a short experience into the coffee culture and trying out the local cuisine.

2. Chemka (Kikuletwa) Hotsprings: After a hard trek like Kilimanjaro, dipping into the hot springs just an hour away from Moshi is rejuvenating! This hidden gem in Moshi has crystal clear water. You can see the bottom of this natural pool just by standing on the ladder.

3. Safaris inside National Parks: There are more than 16 national parks in Tanzania. Home to the Great Migration, Serengeti is one of the famous national parks to go on Safaris. This 15,000 sq km park is full of wildlife. Wildebeest, Lions, Cheetahs, and Leopards call Serengeti their home.

Prior reservation is necessary to visit most of these national parks.

If you find Serengeti to be expensive, then going at least to the Ngorongoro crater is something we would recommend. It is almost like watching National Geographic or Animal Planet Live.

4. Lake Chala: Lake Chala or Challa is a crater lake bordering Tanzania and Kenya. It is 50 km away from Moshi. It is a 4-kilometre-wide lake with a depth of more than 300 ft. The lake is fed by the underground springs from Mount Kilimanjaro.

5. Zanzibar Archipelago: Zanzibar is an archipelago in Tanzania, off the coast of East Africa. The white sand beaches and many islands are perfect to relax after your trek.

Reaching Serengeti is a long journey of about 480 km. Likewise, you’ll have to travel 600 km from Moshi to reach Zanzibar.

So consider these options if you’re planning to stay in Tanzania for at least 3-4 days or more after your trek.

Must Have Food in Tanzania

With meat being a high consumption in the country, a lot of people ask about the options for Vegetarians.

The good thing is there is plenty of options for Vegetarians and even Vegans to enjoy. A lot of these dishes are very similar to Indian dishes and seem very familiar, almost like our cousins. Many of the vegetables and fruits are common to our land.

Here are some of the local veg food that you must try:
Maharagwe (Rice with kidney beans in Coconut milk, similar to our Rajma Chawal)
Ugali (Stiff maize flour porridge, similar to Upma)
Chips Mayai (French Fries with Egg/Omelette)

A few words to know

We have put together a few Swahili words and phrases that are fun to learn. Try interacting with the locals with these:

Jambo – Hello
Jina langu ni… – My name is...
Habari yako? – How are you?
Powa - All good
Tafadhali – Please
Asante – Thank you
Choo – Toilet
Nimechoka – I’m tired
Kitamu! – Tasty!
Habari Za Asubuhi (Pronounced as Asuboy) - Good morning
Lala Salama – Good night
Kwa heri – Goodbye (to one person)
Kwa herini – Goodbye (to more than one person)

Available Dates

Introducing "Small Groups" at lower costs:

We are organising a small group on August 22nd, where only 6 trekkers will be accommodated. Our local guides of Kilimanjaro will lead this group.

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