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Duration :   9 Days
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Trekking  Overview :

Get ready for an experience that will change your life as you climb Mount Kilimanjaro via the breathtaking Lemosho Route over the course of nine days. Your voyage will begin at Lemosho Glades, which is located at an elevation of 2,385 metres. Here, you will be surrounded by a verdant rainforest, which will serve as the backdrop for an unforgettable excursion. The second day of the trek takes you to Shira 1 Camp at around 3,500 metres, passing through heather, moorland, and the magnificent Shira Plateau along the way. This day also marks your shift from the jungle and offers stunning perspectives. On day 3, you will continue your trek to Shira 2 Camp, which is located at an elevation of roughly 3,900 metres and will put you in the midst of an alpine desert environment. The climb up to Barranco Camp at an altitude of 3,960 metres on Day 4 brings you past a number of breathtaking panoramas, including the famous Barranco Wall. The ascent on Day 5, which takes you to Karanga Camp at an altitude of 3,963 metres, is both exhilarating and breathtaking. The next day, Day 6, takes you from Karanga Camp, where you slept and prepared the previous day, to Barafu Camp at 4,640 metres, which is the last stop before your effort to reach the summit. The most important events of the climb take place on Day 7, beginning at Barafu Camp and continuing to Uhuru Peak, which is the highest point at 5,895 metres and features a sunrise that cannot be forgotten. Following the descent, you will arrive to Crater Camp in order to reflect. The eighth day of the trek involves going back over previous terrain before descending to Millennium Camp at 3,790 metres. On day nine of the trip, you will make the last shift from the rainforest zone as you make your way down from Millennium Camp to Mweka Gate. This will be the culmination of the expedition. At the Mweka Gate, you will get the certificate of achievement that you have worked so hard to earn and say your goodbyes to the mountain that has provided you with endless opportunities to improve yourself.



Day 1: Lemosho Glades (2385m) to Big Tree Camp (2780m)

Your incredible adventure to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro starts in Lemosho Glades, which is located at an altitude of 2,385 metres. As you set out on your journey, you will find that you are surrounded by a verdant rainforest environment. Your first stop will be to Big Tree Camp, which can be found at an elevation of 2,780 metres. This first section of the hike allows you to get acclimated to the higher altitude while also allowing you to become acquainted with the stunning landscape of Kilimanjaro National Park.

Day 2: Big Tree Camp (2780m) to Shira 1 Camp (3500m)

You will continue your climb from Big Tree Camp, which is located at an elevation of roughly 2,780 metres, to Shira 1 Camp, which is located at around 3,500 metres. The path you take for the day’s journey takes you out from the jungle and into an area with heather and moorland. Kilimanjaro is home to a wide variety of scenery because to its constantly shifting topography. The breathtaking panoramic vistas at Shira 1 Camp are a tangible representation of your progress.

Day 3: Shira 1 Camp (3500m) to Shira 2 Camp (3900m)

Your journey will take you from Shira 1 Camp, which is located at an elevation of 3,500 metres, to Shira 2 Camp, which is located at a height of about 3,900 metres. As you go farther, you will begin to see the arid environment of the alpine mountains come to life. You will encounter the stunning panorama of Kilimanjaro’s high-altitude zones when you arrive at Shira 2 Camp, which is reached by following the trail.

Day 4: Shira 2 Camp (3900m) to Barranco Camp (3960m)

After departing from the Shira 2 Camp, you will continue on to the Barranco Camp, which is located at 3,960 metres. As you travel the mesmerising sceneries of Kilimanjaro, the hike that you have planned for the day is not only difficult but also rewarding. When you finally make it to Barranco Camp, which is tucked away in some rugged terrain, the Barranco Wall will be looming over you, creating an exciting setting for your journey.

Day 5: Barranco Camp (3960m) to Karanga Camp (3963m)

Following the trail from Barranco Camp, which is located at 3,960 metres, you will arrive to Karanga Camp, which is located at 3,963 metres. Climbing the Barranco Wall provides hikers with an exhilarating adventure and breathtaking vistas. The setting of Karanga Camp, which is characterised by its proximity to a high-altitude desert, makes it a one-of-a-kind spot to relax and get ready for the climb to the peak.

Day 6: Karanga Camp (3963) to Barafu Camp (4640m)

After taking a well-earned break in Karanga Camp, you will continue your ascent to Barafu Camp, which is located at an altitude of 4,640 metres. This will take you from a height of 3,963 metres. The last stop before you make an effort to reach the summit is in Barafu Camp. As you get closer to reaching Uhuru Peak, the highest point on Kilimanjaro, the exhilaration and anticipation that you feel will only increase.

Day 7: Barafu Camp (4640m) to UHURU PEAK (5895m) to Crater Camp (5,790m)

You’ve been preparing for today all along, and now it’s finally here. You will start your ascent in the spectacular Barafu Camp, which is located at 4,640 metres, and continue on to the towering Uhuru Peak, which is 5,895 metres. When you finally make it to the top, you’ll feel an incredible feeling of success, and the dawn from Uhuru Peak is an incredible sight to witness. Following the celebration of your triumph, you will make your way down to Crater Camp, which is located at an altitude of 5,790 metres, for a night of introspection.

Day 8: Crater Camp (5,790m) to Uhuru Peak (5895m) to Millennium Camp (3790m)

As you make your way back up to Uhuru Peak from Crater Camp, the exciting journey that you’ve been on continues. After that, you’ll make your way down to Millennium Camp, which is located at an altitude of 3,790 metres. This descent provides the opportunity to retrace your steps and appreciate the diverse topography that Kilimanjaro has to offer. While you are rejuvenating at Millennium Camp, your accomplishments will remain with you.

Day 9: Millennium Camp (3790m) to Mweka Gate (1630m)

After reaching Millennium Camp at an elevation of 3,790 metres, the last leg of your adventure on Mount Kilimanjaro will consist of a drop to Mweka Gate, which is located at a height of 1,630 metres. The transition from the higher altitudes that you have conquered to the lower altitudes that you will be travelling at on the descent will be marked by a lush rainforest environment. You will collect your well-deserved certificate of success and say goodbye to the mountain that has tried and rewarded you in a myriad of different ways when you reach the Mweka Gate.

Unleash Your Inner Explorer – Embark on the 9 Days Lemosho Route and scale the heights of Kilimanjaro

Cancelation Policy:

We realise that plans may change, so if you find that you need to cancel your reservation, please let us know as soon as possible. The following is a list of our cancellation fees:

  • Cancellation requests received at least 35 days before the scheduled departure date: There are no fees for cancellation.
  • Cancellations submitted between 11 and 34 days before the trip begins are subject to the following fees: There is a cancellation fee of thirty percent that will be applied.
  • Cancellations received between three and ten days before the trip begins will be charged as follows: There is a cancellation fee of fifty percent that will be applied.
  • Cancellation requests filed less than 48 hours before the trip begins are subject to the following fees: A cancellation fee equal to the whole amount will be assessed.

When you make a reservation, we will offer you with specific information on any cancellation policies that may apply to our tailored trips. We really hope that you won’t have to cancel, but in the event that you do, please be aware that we are here to help you with a positive attitude throughout the process.


How does the Lemosho Route fare in terms of its elevation profile?

The Lemosho Route begins at a somewhat low altitude and progressively increases in height, which facilitates improved acclimatisation opportunities. Uhuru Peak, the highest point on the island, is located 5,895 metres (19,341 ft) above mean sea level.

Is there access to restrooms at various points along the Lemosho Route?

The Lemosho Route passes through a number of different campgrounds, each of which has its own designated bathroom facility, which is often a simple pit toilet.

Which pieces of equipment and gear are absolutely necessary for the ascent of the Lemosho Route?

The following things, among others, are considered to be essential hiking gear: strong hiking boots, warm clothes, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, a headlamp, and a backpack. Tour operators will often supply clients with a comprehensive gear list.

Is it essential to enlist the services of a guide while travelling the Lemosho Route?

In order to ensure one's well-being and proper navigation, it is absolutely necessary to work with an experienced guide. In addition to this, guides are able to aid with acclimatization and give useful information on the journey.

On the Lemosho Route, are there any medical services that passengers may access?

On the actual route itself, there are no medical services to be found. Climbers are strongly encouraged to carry their own personal medicines and first-aid kits with them on their adventures. Many times, guides have some kind of first-aid education.

When climbing through the Lemosho Route, what kinds of permits and payments are necessary?

Climbers are required to pay for a permit to enter Kilimanjaro National Park, as well as fees for camping and rescue services. Because of the wide range of prices, it is important to confirm the most recent rates with your travel agent or tour operator..

What happens if someone in my group needs to descend? Does the entire party also have to descend?

No. We bring multiple guides on every climb so that when a climber needs to descend, it does not affect the rest of the party.

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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