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Trekking Overview :

You are about to embark on an exciting journey that will last for six days via the Marangu Route, which serves as the doorway to the magnificent Mount Kilimanjaro. Your tour will begin at Marangu Gate (1860m), where you will be surrounded by verdant rainforests that are teeming with a diverse array of plants. On day one, you get off to a slow start as you make your way to the Mandara Hut (2,700 metres), where you may relax and get your energy back in preparation for the trials that lie ahead. The second day of the trek takes you from the lower altitudes of Mandara Hut to the higher elevations of Horombo Hut, which is located at 3,700 metres. Along the way, the terrain changes from jungle to moorland. Acclimatization is facilitated by spending the night in the Horombo Hut, which brings you that much closer to your ultimate objective of ascending the beautiful Uhuru Peak. On day three of the trek, you will make your way to the breathtaking Mawenzi Ridge, where you will find yourself in an alpine desert surrounded by towering peaks. This will be a crucial milestone on your way to the top of the mountain. On day four, you will continue climbing from Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut, which is located at an elevation of 4,700 metres. This will bring you closer to the arid alpine desert and bring Uhuru Peak into clearer sight. The most exciting portion of your journey will begin on day five, when you will begin the ascent to Uhuru Peak, which is Africa’s highest point, before sunrise. Experiencing the dawn from the peak is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and the frozen, surreal environment that you will encounter as you move closer to the peak will reward you with an incredible feeling of accomplishment. After reaching Uhuru Peak, you will make your way down to Horombo Hut, which is located at an elevation of 3,700 metres, for some time spent reflecting and getting ready. Your adventure will reach its conclusion on day six, when you descend from Horombo Hut to Marangu Gate. Along the way, you will have more chances to relish the beautiful vistas and contemplate the tremendous accomplishments you have made. When you finally make it to Marangu Gate, you will have successfully accomplished an astonishing journey that will remain in your memory for the rest of your life.


Day 1:Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut

At the Marangu Gate, your journey up Kilimanjaro will officially begin (1860m). This is the point at which you will start your exhilarating trip to the top of Uhuru Peak. The first day of the hike is a relatively easy start as you make your way up from the verdant rainforests that are teeming with colourful flora. This day gives you the opportunity to take in the stunning natural scenery of the area. Your first stop should be to the Mandara Hut, which is located at a height of 2700 metres and provides a pleasant environment in which to unwind, refuel, and get ready for the difficulties that lie ahead..

Day 2:Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut

After spending the night at the Mandara Hut at an elevation of 2700 metres, you will go on to the higher Horombo Hut the following day (3700m). As you climb higher, the scenery changes from being a tropical jungle to being open moorland and valleys. This provides you with a variety of breathtaking views that engage your senses. Acclimatizing to the higher elevations requires taking many steps, one of which is spending the night at the Horombo Hut, which brings you that much closer to the breathtaking summit.

Day 3:Horombo Hut to Mawenzi Ridge

You will leave the Horombo Hut at 3,700 metres and make your way to the spectacular Mawenzi Ridge on day three. As you go through this leg of the trip, you will find yourself in an alpine desert with towering peaks and an infinite sky, which will give you a great feeling of achievement. As you approach the Mawenzi Ridge, which serves as the starting point for the spectacular last climb, your ultimate objective, Uhuru Peak, which stands at 5895 metres, becomes more within reach.

Day 4: Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut

You will make your way from Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut as you continue your climb up Mount Kilimanjaro (4700m). During this section of the journey, you will get closer to the desolate landscapes of the alpine desert, which are marked by towering peaks and an expansive sky. As you get closer to Kibo Hut, an important checkpoint on your way to Uhuru Peak, a feeling of accomplishment will begin to take hold of you (5895m).

Day 5:Kibo Hut to Uhuru Peak

On the fifth day of your voyage, you will reach the most exciting section of the experience. You will begin the spectacular ascent to Uhuru Peak, Africa’s highest point at 5895 metres, from Kibo Hut at 4700 metres in the early hours before dawn, led by the moonlight. Uhuru Peak is the highest point on the continent of Africa. As you get closer to the top, the scenery changes into a surreal, ice environment, and the feeling of success that you get is overpowering. The experience of seeing the dawn from the peak is one that will stay with you forever. After reaching Uhuru Peak, you will make your way back down to Horombo Hut, which is located at an altitude of 3,700 metres. Here, you will have some time to take in your incredible accomplishment and get ready for the next leg of the journey.

Day 6:Horombo Hut to Marangu Gate

Your trek comes to an end as you make your way down from Horombo Hut, which is located at an elevation of 3,700 metres, to Marangu Gate (1860m). The descent provides you with more chances to take in the amazing sights that you may have been unable to fully enjoy on the climb. Your successful ascent of Kilimanjaro has left you with reminiscences that will live with you forever as well as a tremendous feeling of achievement. When you finally make it to Marangu Gate, you will have accomplished a really remarkable journey that will be ingrained in your memory for the rest of your life.

Elevate your life with our 6 Days Marangu Route and conquer Kilimanjaro’s breathtaking Uhuru Peak. Book your adventure today!


Cancelation Policy:

Our cancellation policy is to strike a balance between the needs of our customers and those of our business. The following policies and procedures apply if you decide to cancel your reservation:

  1. Cancellations received more than sixty days before the scheduled departure date of the trip will be eligible for a full refund, less an administrative charge of ten percent.
  2. Cancellations received between 30 and 60 days before the scheduled departure date of the trip will result in a refund of 50 percent of the total cost of the trip.
  3. In the event that you need to cancel your trip with less than 30 days’ notice, there will be no possibility of receiving a refund.

Please note that the following terms and conditions apply to cancellations made for any reason, including those made due to unexpected circumstances. We strongly suggest that you get all-inclusive travel insurance to safeguard your financial investment in case anything unforeseen occurs. In addition, there will be no reimbursement for any expenses that were incurred as a result of making payments by bank transfer, credit card, or any other means of payment.


Is climbing Kilimanjaro a terrifying experience?

As long as you are well-prepared for the climb, do your homework, and pay attention to your guide, scaling Kilimanjaro shouldn't pose too many risks. The fatality rate among visitors is very low, with estimates placing it at ten individuals year; the majority of these deaths are caused by altitude sickness, which may be avoided.

How high is Marangu gate?

Altitude: 1970 m.a.m.s.l. An entry point into mount Kilimanjaro as well as the start of the Marangu hiking trail of the mountain. It also serves as an exit point or the end of the Marangu and Rongai hiking trails.

Is climbing Kilimanjaro more difficult than reaching Machu Picchu?

Getting inside Machu Picchu is difficult, but not impossible. Kilimanjaro is an intimidating mountain, but this one will prove to be much less difficult to climb due to its shorter length and lower altitude.

Is it difficult to get a good breath on Kilimanjaro?

When you reach the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, you are taking in around fifty percent less oxygen molecules with each breath than you would normally do at sea level. When you breathe in less oxygen with each breath, it puts a load on your body, and this strain is exacerbated when you exercise.

What percentage of people make it through the Marangu trek in six days?

There is a low summit success rate on the Marangu Route, which is around fifty percent on the shorter five-day route that does not include the acclimatization day. The lengthier schedule that takes 6 days total and includes an additional day for acclimatization has a remarkable success rate of about 80 percent, making it the more recommended option.

Is it possible for novice climbers to summit Kilimanjaro?

The majority of individuals just need a passable level of physical fitness in order to climb a mountain successfully. Kilimanjaro is a mountain that is manageable for first-timers, and they tend to have a lot of success on the mountain. The finest piece of advise is for everyone to show there in excellent physical condition.

What's Included

  • 18% VAT on tour fees & services
  • 3 meals daily while on the mountain
  • Crater Fees
  • Double layered Sleeping Mats
  • Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO)
  • Filtered water throughout the trek
  • Hot Water For Washing Purpose
  • Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees
  • Pick up and drop off at Kilimanjaro international airport.
  • Portable toilets and toilets tents
  • Pre & Post Trek accommodation
  • Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
  • Transportation to & from the mountain gate

What's Excluded

  • Bank transfer charges & card payments processing fee
  • Cost of Visas.
  • Expenses belong to person nature e.g Drinks not included on the meal plans, personal purchases, Laundry etc.
  • Insurance fees
  • International flights
  • Tips to mountain crew

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