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Kilimanjaro Climbing 2020 | A complete guide | Pick the right route for you!

Africa's #1 highest mountain

Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro

Below you will find various routes for climbing Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Each route to climb Kilimanjaro has its own pro’s & con’s, unique sights and various difficulties. We’ve listed the routes and wrote a complete day-to-day itinerary of every route. All variables will be listed so you can choose the perfect route for you with the right difficulty, lenght, amazing sights and of course the budget. Prices per route can vary as the routes can differ in lenght, accommodation, luxury and starting/ending points on the mountain. 

Marangu Route

Kilimanjaro Marangu Route: 5 or 6 days – All Facts, pro’s & con’s!

From$1,570

Take on and conquer the soaring heights of Africa’s highest peak | The roof of africa’ at 5895m high: Mt. Kilimanjaro. | The Kilimanjaro Marangu or ‘Coca Cola Route’ is the oldest and most established route | This route is different from the rest as we don’t sleep in tents, but in huts at the established campsites | The Route is shorter and is a lot more difficult due to fast altitude gain | The Marangu can be done in 5 or 6 days.

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Lemosho Route

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route: 7 days

From$1,860

Take on and conquer the soaring heights of Africa’s highest peak ‘the roof of africa’ at 5895m high: Mt. Kilimanjaro | The Lemosho Route or is one of the newer routes on the mountain | Unlike other routes, it takes on the west-side of the mountain, making the climb even more special and unique | The Lemosho Route is more quiet than other routes and passes unique views AND the highlights of other routes | It can be done in 7 or 8 days.

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Kilimanjaro Machame Route

Kilimanjaro Machame Route: 6 or 7 days (Most Popular)

From$1,670

Take on the andventure and conquer the soaring heights of Africa’s highest peak ‘the roof of africa’ at 5895m high: Mt. Kilimanjaro | The Machame Route or ‘Whiskey Route’ is the most popular route and has the best chance of succes | The route’s steady altitute gain makes it a bit easier than other routes | The Machame Route can be done in 6 or 7 days.

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Tanzania's second highest mountain

Climbing Mt. Meru

Mount Meru is an active, but dorment volcano and forms the center of Arusha National Park in Tanzania. It is known for its huge cliffs and green surroundings at the foot. Mt. Meru is the fifth highest mountain on the African continent and the second highest in Tanzania. Even though the mountain isn’t nearly as high as the Kilimanjaro, its just as challenging. Below you’ll find the most popular routes to climbing Mt Meru. 

Mount Meru Trekking – 4 Days | Tanzania

From$940

Trekking on Tanzania’s second highest mountain! In the shadow of Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru is a very underrated mountain that is definitely worth the challenge. “Summit day” is considered even harder than Kilimanjaro! Take on the mountain with this 3 day climbing route. Climbing mount meru can be done in 3 days or 4 days.

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Mt Meru

Mt Meru Climbing – 3 Days | Tanzania

From$740

Climbing Tanzania’s second highest mountain! In the shadow of Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru is a very underrated mountain that is definitely worth the challenge. “Summit day” is considered even harder than Kilimanjaro! Take on the mountain with this 3 day climbing route. Climbing mt meru can be done in 3 days or 4 days

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