Located 3 degrees south of the equator, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, reaching 19,340 feet. All the trekking routes on Kilimanjaro are non-technical and can be accomplished by anyone in reasonable good physical condition.
Our Tanzania day trips start from Arusha, Moshi or Marangu. The excursions are ideal: in a short time, you can visit the national park by observing the great diversity of wildlife or experience the everyday life of the indigenous people of Tanzania.
If time and budget permit, go for at any rate a 6-day hike and maintain a strategic distance from the 5-day choice, as this will enable your body to adjust to the altitude and will enable you to prevail with regards to achieving the summit.
Create a ‘Kilimanjaro playlist’ to tune in to amid your hike to help break the psychological and physical fatigue you will encounter amid your hike – particularly on the summit night!
Relax and don’t attempt to hurry to the top.
Check your checklist to ensure you have the majority of the correct climbing gear, including footwear, apparel, snacks, and gear.
Keep in mind: water is a hiker’s best companion, and remaining hydrated could be the contrast between achieving the summit or not.