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Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours

Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours

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Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the world's largest free-standing mountain. It is a challenging but rewarding climb that offers stunning views of the African landscape.

There are several different routes to the summit, each with its own unique challenges and rewards. The most popular route is the Marangu Route, which is a 5-day hike. Other popular routes include the Machame Route, the Lemosho Route, and the Rongai Route.

No matter which route you choose, a Kilimanjaro climbing tour is an unforgettable experience. You will have the opportunity to see a variety of different wildlife, including elephants, zebras, and lions. You will also experience the changing climate as you ascend the mountain, from the lush rainforests at the base to the snow-capped summit.

If you are looking for an adventure that will challenge you both physically and mentally, then a Kilimanjaro climbing tour is the perfect choice for you. Oreteti Safari Africa offers a variety of Kilimanjaro climbing tours to suit all levels of experience. We will ensure that you have the safest and most enjoyable experience possible.

To book your Kilimanjaro climbing tour, please contact us today. We would be happy to answer any questions you have and help you plan your perfect adventure.

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Frequently asked questions about Kilimanjaro Climbing Tours

As experienced tour operator and helping many reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, our experience shows that for experienced hikers or mountaineers even a 6 day route is perfect for them, and to those who are climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for the second or third time, they need just minimum number of days as they are used to the climate out there. 

We recommend a minimum of eight days for all those who are hiking mount Kilimanjaro for the first time, this will give you a high chance of summiting the highest peak in Africa but also acclimatize to the weather and climate, although some people may wish more time for the trip. We can customize itineraries or routes to offer more days in the park(s). Some people may wish to climb nearby Mount Meru as well. If you have more than eight or nine days, you can choose any of the main routes on the mountain and still have time for a wildlife safari before or after your trip.

Through out the year you have high chances of climbing and summiting the world's tallest free standing Mountain.  At lower elevations, April, May, and November are quite wet while March and June are transitional months. August and September are the coldest and driest months. January, February, July, August, and September are all popular climbing months.

We recommend late may to Early November, and from late December to end of February.

Depending on the change of the seasons of the year, there must be a slight variation on the real values of temperatures on top and on foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. But normally Kilimanjaro temperature ranges from 25oc to 30oc at the foot of the mountain and 0oc and below on top, plus wind. As you ascend, there is a decrease in temperature, increase in pressure and it is windy on some point.

With broad experience helping many to summit the roof of Africa, We can assure anyone that hiking Kilimanjaro requires no technical climbing experience and any moderate and ordinary fit person can summit the mountain. With this regard in mind, one should not undermine this Mountain because the gradual change in weather and altitude makes most of the alpine fall altitude sickness. This reason marks Kilimanjaro as the most difficult and valuable achievement anyone dreams to conquer. We assure you yes you can do it, if a six-year-old did it and a 97-year-old did it, why not you? Summit with us and we assure you great success and your dream will come true.

Hiking Mount Kilimanjaro, you can do it via six official routes to the top which are Marangu, Machame, Lemosho, Rongai, Umbwe, and Shira. The Mweka route is left for descending from another route with exceptional Rongai (which uses Marangu to descend) and Marangu which you can ascend and descend on the same path. With exception of the Marangu route which uses Park’s huts as accommodation, the rest of the routes use camps as accommodation. The tour operator you chose to hike with, will provide all the camping equipment while you are expected to bring your climbing gear. If you prefer to rent climbing gear from us get in touch with us and will be more than happy to rent you the gear you need at an affordable rate.

Marangu and Machame are the most commonly used routes but it does not mean that they are the best and most beautiful than other routes to the top of Kilimanjaro. The basic decisions can be made while choosing the kind of route to climb they include the available time you have, budget, type of accommodation, and kind of challenge you are looking for as well as viewpoints.

With our life experience as a tour operator, this is our advice to our esteemed clients, remember to maintain a slow and steady pace from beginning to end, keep it consistent, they always say, slow and steady win the race! Going slowly allows the body to acclimatize while hiking. Those who vary their hike by rushing at first, always find difficulties at high altitudes. Rushing out too quickly will have troubles higher up the mountain as the body will be overexerted. This still holds true if you are spending an extra day on the mountain. Drink plenty of water and get enough rest and if you can get a lot of sleep, take it even more because your body will need it.

Our guides and staffs are all experts with a huge lifetime experience in helping many Hike Mount Kilimanjaro for years. Yes, we boast of this resource of well-trained guides and staff. Our guides are trained in acute mountain sickness (AMS) and basic mountain First Aid and they go to a refresher course every 6 months, to make sure they are up to date. However, they are not doctors or paramedics. Climbers are responsible for bringing their own First Aid Kit and medical supplies. Under any unlikely event guides or assistants guides are responsible to assist you to trek down at least 3000 m to see if the illness gets better. If the situation is serious they have to quickly call the office for the arrangement of evacuation. 

Our Guides and staff are well-trained and certified by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority. They start out as porters and work their way up to assistant guides. When they are ready (after about 2-4 years), they go through the national park certification process. This certification is not cheap to acquire as one has to be really competent. We also have an internal certification process for both guides and porters as a company and this assures us of the competence and quality of staff that goes out every day to serve our precious customers. We assure our esteemed clients they have nothing to worry about the quality and the commitment of the company to their needs.

Emergency equipment such as oxygen bottles is provided on all treks at no charge.

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