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Trekking Overview :

Beginning from the Lemosho Trailhead, which is situated at an elevation of 2,000 metres, you will embark on a magnificent seven-day trek via the Lemosho Route (6,600 feet). During the first day of the trek, you will travel through verdant rainforests on your way to the Mti Mkubwa Camp at 2,800 metres (9,100 feet) for your first acclimatisation experience. On Day 2, the journey continues to Shira 2 Camp at 3,800 metres (12,600 feet), moving from rainforests to heather and moorland with amazing topographical variation along the way. The third day of the trek brings you to Barranco Camp at an elevation of 3,850 metres (12,650 feet) after passing by Lava Tower at an elevation of 4,550 metres (14,900 feet), which provides acclimatisation and breathtaking views. On day 4, you will make your way to Karanga Camp at an altitude of 3,995 metres by way of the thrilling Barranco Wall (13,106 feet). The final pre-summit halt takes place on Day 5 at Barafu Camp, which is located 4,600 metres (15,100 ft) above sea level and is surrounded by Kilimanjaro’s arid grandeur. The trek from Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak at 5,895 metres (19,300 feet) on Day 6 is the highlight of the trip, and it is capped off with an incredible dawn at the summit. Descend to Mweka Camp, which is situated at an elevation of 3,110 metres (10,200 feet), for some time to contemplate. The last day of your Kilimanjaro trip will take you from Mweka Camp to Mweka Gate, which is located at an elevation of 1,980 metres. Upon reaching the gate, you will get a certificate to remember your journey as well as a great feeling of achievement.



Day 1: Lemosho Trailhead (2,000m/6,600ft) To Mti Mkubwa Camp (Big Tree Camp – 2,800m/9,100ft)

Your exciting journey up Mount Kilimanjaro starts at the Lemosho Trailhead, which is located at an altitude of 2,000 metres (6,600 feet). You will move to the Mti Mkubwa Camp, also known as Big Tree Camp, which is located at a height of 2,800 metres at the end of the day’s journey, which takes you through beautiful rainforests that are thick with vegetation (9,100 feet). As you make your way through the first part of the adventure, you will have the opportunity to adjust to the higher altitude while taking in the breathtaking scenery of Kilimanjaro National Park.

Day 2: Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,800m/9,100ft) To Shira 2 Camp (3,800m/12,600ft)

After leaving Mti Mkubwa Camp, which is located at an elevation of 2,800 metres (9,100 feet), you will continue your journey by climbing to Shira 2 Camp, which is situated at a height of 3,800 metres (12,600 feet) (12,600 feet). This day’s climb will take you out of the rainforest zone and onto the heather and moorland, exposing the varied landscape that Kilimanjaro has to offer. When you finally make it to Shira 2 Camp, you will be awestruck by the panoramic vistas and overcome with a feeling of satisfaction from the ascent that you have just completed.

Day 3: Shira Camp (3,840m/12,600ft) To Barranco Camp (3,850m/12,650ft) Via Lava Tower (4,550m/14,900ft)

The trek proceeds from Shira Camp, which is located at an elevation of 3,840 metres (12,600 feet), to Barranco Camp, which is situated at 3,850 metres (12,650 feet). During today’s hike, you will make your way up to Lava Tower, a towering pinnacle that sits at a remarkable height of 4,550 metres (14,900 feet). Acclimatization may be done on the descent to Barranco Camp, and the trail itself gives spectacular views of Kilimanjaro’s many different ecosystems as it winds its way up the mountain.

Day 4 : Barranco Camp (3,850m/12,650ft) To Karanga Camp (3,995m/13,106ft)

You will leave Barranco Camp, which is situated at an elevation of 3,850 metres (12,650 feet), today and go to Karanga Camp, which is situated at a height of 3,995 metres (13,106 feet). The trail winds its way into the Barranco Wall, making for an exhilarating ascent that culminates in stunning vistas. The location of Karanga Camp, which is located among the stunning panoramas of Kilimanjaro, makes for a wonderful background for the night’s relaxation.

Day 5 : Karanga Camp (3,995m /13,106ft) To Barafu Camp (4,600m /15,100ft)

The climb continues from Karanga Camp, which is located at an elevation of 3,995 metres (13,106 feet), to Barafu Camp, which is located at a very difficult 4,600 metres (15,100 feet). As you get closer to Barafu Camp, the harsh splendour of Kilimanjaro’s alpine desert and desolate landscape becomes more apparent. The excitement is building as you get ready to climb the summit of the tallest mountain in Africa, and this camp will mark your last halt before making that effort.

Day 6 : Barafu Camp (4,600m/15,100ft) To Uhuru Peak (5,895m/19,300ft) Then Descending To Mweka Camp (3,110m/10,200ft)

You’ve been preparing for today all along, and now it’s finally here. Barafu Camp, which is located at an astonishing altitude of 4,600 metres (15,100 feet), is the starting point for the ascent to Uhuru Peak, which is the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro and soars to a height of 5,895 metres (19,300 feet). You will be rewarded with a sunrise that will sear a memory into your mind for the rest of your life after you reach the peak, at which point you will feel an incredible feeling of success. Following the celebration of your success, you will descend to Mweka Camp, which is located at an elevation of 3,110 metres (10,200 feet). Here, you will have the opportunity to relax and think about the fantastic adventure you have just completed.

Day 7: Mweka Hut (3,100m) To Mweka Gate (1,980m)

As you make your way from Mweka Camp, which is located at 3,110 metres, to Mweka Gate, which is located at 1,980 metres, you will have successfully completed the Kilimanjaro hike. The descent that you make today brings you back into the verdant rainforest zone, and when you arrive at Mweka Gate, you will be presented with the certificate of achievement that you have worked so hard to acquire. After completing the adventure, you will have a profound feeling of accomplishment and will have a profound respect for the varied splendour of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Cancelation Policy:

  • Notify us at least 35 days before the beginning of the trip if you need to make any changes to your itinerary, and you won’t be responsible for paying any cancellation costs at all.
  • There is a little cancellation charge of 30 percent to take into consideration if the reservation is cancelled between 11 and 34 days before the scheduled trip date.
  • A cancellation charge equal to 50 percent of the total cost of the trip will be assessed for any alterations that are made between three and ten days before the excursion begins.
  • Changes Made at the Last Minute: If you decide you no longer want to go on your tour during the last 48 hours before it is scheduled to begin, you will be responsible for paying the full amount of the cancellation charge.
  • Personalized Cancellation Policies Tailored tours provide a great match for each individual traveller by providing customised cancellation policies.


Which path up Kilimanjaro is the most advantageous?

The Lemosho route and the Machame route, which take between seven and eight days to complete, are the finest ways to climb Mount Kilimanjaro if you want the greatest chance of reaching the summit. These routes provide superior acclimatisation and a more manageable summit night than the other routes.

How difficult is it to climb Kilimanjaro through the Lemosho route?

As a result of its lengthier duration, the Lemosho path, which ascends Kilimanjaro, is regarded as one of the mountain's most straightforward and straightforward ways. On the other hand, hikers will still be required to climb the Barranco Wall and make a difficult ascent on summit night. There is no need for technical climbing, although a high degree of physical fitness is strongly suggested.

How long does it take to climb Kilimanjaro through the Lemosho route?

Whether you choose to do the 7 or 8-day version of the Lemosho trip, the total distance is around 70 kilometers or 42 miles. Because it connects with the Machame Route in the middle of Shira and Barranco, the landscape is quite comparable.

Is the Lemosho path difficult to travel?

Because of its length and the amount of elevation gain it entails, the Lemosho route is ranked as a route of intermediate difficulty. The trail's undulating terrain makes it a challenging one to hike. However, when the advantageous acclimatisation timetable is taken into account, the task becomes quite straightforward.

Is there a significant difference between the Rongai route and the Lemosho route?

You need to examine the quality and successful summit rate of the Rongai Route vs the Lemosho Route. Although both routes are fairly picturesque, pristine, magnificent wilderness, and less visited, you should choose the Rongai Route. As you are aware, the Lemosho Route has a better success rate than the other routes and provides a breathtaking panorama of Mount Kilimanjaro's highlands, valleys, and forests.

Which animal is referred to as "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"?

Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest peak in Africa, is discussed in the first line of the tale. The western top of Kilimanjaro is referred to as the "House of God" in the Masai language. We are informed that the frozen corpse of a leopard may be found towards the peak of the mountain. Nobody knows why it is located at such a high elevation where it is.

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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