Kilimanjaro trekking Kilimanjaro Climb
Kilimanjaro trekking Kilimanjaro Climb. There are several routes by which to reach Kibo, or Uhuru Peak, the highest summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, namely, Marangu, Machame…
Preparing for Kilimanjaro climb
Most people prepare for Kilimanjaro climb with fitness training. While getting reasonably fit makes sense, the gym work outs or sprinting up flights of stair etc. will not prepare your body for the demands of a Kilimanjaro climb.
You need to get your body used to walking for several hours in uneven country, for several days. But any fitness training beyond that will not increase your chances to reach the summit.
It’s the altitude that… Continue reading
Kilimanjaro climb Lemosho route crater
Long access drive from Moshi town, remote hike, less frequented, beautiful forests, scenic traverse to Barafu, camping, excellent for acclimatization.
This is an unspoilt, remote, less-used, and beautiful way up to the Shira Plateau. Trekkers sometimes use it to ascend the Western Breach route or follow it with the Kibo South Circuit to ascend by the easier Barafu Route. The first day of the route hardly ever has any game animals, and armed rangers… Continue reading
Kilimanjaro climb 8 Days Lemosho Route via Crater Camp
The less branded Lemosho Route begins at Moshi on the western side of the Kilimanjaro marking our first day our program: 8 Days Lemosho Route.The first 2 days of the tour crosses the thick rainforest belt as well as heath and moorland with many ferns and Erica’s along the way. The small trail sometimes has very steep passages and is scenically diverse. On the third day, the trail joins the Machame… Continue reading
6 Day Kilimanjaro Climbing Marangu Route
This is the most common ascent.Its relatively easy 5 – 6 days trip ascends Kilimanjaro from leads to the foot of Kibo, Marangu Route is also the oldest Route and most popular, at one time drawing over 80% of trekkers on Kilimanjaro,it also came to be known as Coca – Cola route, from where the final summit bid is undertaken via the Normal/Marangu Route. You descend this route by retracting your steps.This is the… Continue reading
Thinking about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro?
An article by Alphonce Kishoke who has climbed Kilimanjaro for several times.
Thinking about Mt. Kilimanjaro climb?
And you wonder if you’re going to make it? When it comes to climbing Kili, the most important question that everybody asks themselves is:
How difficult is it to climb Mount Kilimanjaro? Can I really do this?
Let me tell you something… Last year I had the lady in my group – She was 62 years old! She… Continue reading
How Do I Prepare to Climb Kilimanjaro?
How to prepare for Kilimanjaro climb. However this section covers what gear you need to bring, physical training, Tanzania entry requirements (passport & visa), immunizations and vaccinations, and travel insurance.
Please read this carefully and make sure you have gathered everything before you depart on your trip.
You are responsible for bringing personal gear and equipment while communal equipment (tents, food, cooking items, etc.) is provided.… Continue reading
The 7 Days Kilimanjaro climbing Machame route is best for acclimatization . This route is the most popular ascending route and is well established route on Kilimanjaro and is the perfect for those with camping and hiking experience. Machame is route that has the beautiful forest along the way with evening meals taken in a communal dining area.
6 days Kilimanjaro climb machame route. Kilimanjaro climb 6 days
This trekking Kilimanjaro 6 Days Kilimanjaro grade 1 via Machame route route. The Climb, departs daily from hotel in Moshi. All our Kilimanjaro Climbs are private departures. As you are all independent with your own guide and cook your bid to summit the Kilimanjaro will not be influenced by the weakness of others. A private small party climb is the best way to the climb Kilimanjaro.
The best… Continue reading