Climbing the tallest Mountain in Africa
Trekking to the top of Africa
The immense Mount Kilimanjaro stands as the tallest peak in Africa, towering at an impressive elevation of 5,895 meters (19,341”). It is also renowned as the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Although numerous routes on the mountain require individuals to possess good physical health, having a knowledgeable guide by your side ensures that you do not necessarily need to be an experienced climber to conquer its summit. Kilimanjaro offers various routes, including the Lemosho route, Machame route, Rongai route, and Marangu route, each spanning from 5 to 9 days, allowing hikers to choose their preferred path.