Climb Mt Kilimanjaro
7 days £1,487 (was
Watch the sunrise from the Roof of Africa, and congratulate yourself on conquering one of the Seven Summits
Embark on an unforgettable climb to the summit of Africa’s highest peak on this 7 day Kilimanjaro trek. Journey through alpine deserts and rugged mountain slopes of the Marangu Route and spend your evenings in traditional mountain huts. You’ll hike with a team of local guides, porters and cooks, who’ll carry your luggage and prepare your evening meals. After a tough climb, your reward is a sensational sunrise from Uhuru Peak. Truly unforgettable.
Day 1: Arrive in Tanzania
Fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport and make your way to Moshi, where you'll meet your group and tour leader.
Day 2: The climb begins
Drive to the Marangu Gate and begin your hike through the lush forests of the lower Mandara escarpment.
Day 3: Horombo Hut
Trek through the upper rainforest and pass through alpine heather and moorland to the Horombo Hut.
Day 4: Kibo Hut
Venture across the alpine desert landscape, passing between the Kibo and Mwenzi peaks. Spend the night in Kibo hut.
Day 5: The summit
Leave the hut at midnight and begin the climb to the summit. Watch a burning orange sunrise from the highest point in Africa. Trek back to Horombo hut, where you'll spend the night.
Day 6: Return to Moshi
Trek back down the mountain slopes, passing by small villages and lush plantations. Visit a co-operative that supports the education of local women before returning to Moshi.
Day 7: Trip ends
Your trip ends in Moshi this morning. Head to the airport or stick around for some more Tanzanian exploration.
- 6 nights accommodation
- 2 nights in shared hotel rooms
- 4 nights in mountain huts
- 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 4 dinners are included.
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You should fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport on day 1 and make your own way to the starting accommodation in Moshi by taxi. The trip ends back in Moshi on day 7.
As a response to the outbreak of Covid-19, many of our local partners and suppliers are putting in place new measures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will change and evolve over time, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some of the changes you may experience are:
- Updated safety & hygiene procedures
- Arrival safety meetings
- Smaller group sizes
- Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
- Access to 24/7 emergency support
- Different transport & accommodation
It's important you also take steps to make travelling safer. You should abide by local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. You should also bring and use your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where needed, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when sneezing or coughing.