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Mount Kilimanjaro Overview

The highest point in Africa at 5,895m, an outstanding universal value covering an area of 75,575ha protects the largest  free standing mountain in the world and is one of the seven summit.  Enriched with mountain forest which is  home to variety of flora and fauna, well-defined attitudinal vegetation zones; plateau, semi-arid, dense cloud,  glaciers .

Hiking Kilimanjaro routes.

Seven main routes leading to the summit uhuru peak, one of which starts on the northern side and the rest Southern side the routes are; Marangu route, Machame route, Lemosho, Shira,Northen circuit, Rongai, Umbwe

Marangu Route

It is known as “Coca-Cola” route, Marangu approaches Kilimanjaro from the southeast of the Mountain. It is the oldest established route. Many favor the Marangu route because it is considered to be the easiest route on the mountain.

Machame Route

Machame Route, also known as the Whiskey route, has become very popular. This is camping route which offers spectacular views of various landscapes such as Mt Meru, Pare Mountains, Lake Chala and Lake Jipe.

Lemosho Route

This route approaches Mount Kilimanjaro from the west. It offers a chance to visit Shira Plateau (Cathedral peak) and Shira Caldera. Lemosho Route crosses from Shira Ridge to Shira 2 Camp, in a pleasant hike.

Rongai Route

This is one of Kilimanjaro’s easiest routes, and it has become an increasingly popular route in recent years. This route is located on the northern side of Mount Kilimanjaro with a variety of spectacular landscapes together with different plants and animals species

Kilimanjaro Hiking packages

7 Days Lemosho Route

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5 days Marangu route

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With experience of over 10 years with mountain trekking, John adventures offers Kilimanjaro group climbs through out the year. If you have a specific vacation, solo climb and can’t a suitable group don’t hesitate to contact our manager . We accept opening a new group considering the dates you have suggested

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 6 Days Marangu

Kilimanjaro via Marangu Route- 6 Days

From 1 July- 6 July

$ 1,750 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,650/person
  • 3-6 Pax- $1,550/person
  • 6-10 Pax- $1,450/person

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 7 Days Machame

Kilimanjaro via Machame route - 7Days

From 2 July- 9 July

$ 1,900 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,800
  • 3-6 Pax -$1,700
  • 6-10 Pax -$1,680

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 7 Days Machame

Kilimanjaro via Lemosho Route- 7 Days

From 3 July - 11 July

$ 2,350 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$2,200/person
  • 3-6 Pax-$2,150/person
  • 6-10 Pax-$2,000/person

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 8 Days Lemosho

Kilimanjaro via Lemosho route - 8 Days

From 4 July- 12 July

$ 2,650 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$2,500
  • 3-6 Pax -$2,500
  • 6-10 Pax -$2,500

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 6 Days Machame

Kilimanjaro via Machame Route- 6 Days

From 5 July - 11 July

$ 1,750 Person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,650
  • 3-6 Pax -$1,500
  • 6-10 Pax -$1,480

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 5 Days Marangu

Kilimanjaro via Marangu route - 5 Days

From 6 July- 11 July

$ 1,520 Person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,450
  • 3-6 Pax -$1,380
  • 6-10 Pax -$1300

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 8 Days Lemosho Route

Kilimanjaro via Lemosho Route- 8 Days

From 18 July - 26 July

$ 2,600 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$2,500/person
  • 3-6 Pax -$2,450/person
  • 6-10 Pax -$2,380/person

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 6 Days Marangu

Kilimanjaro via Marangu route - 6 Days

From 19 July- 25 July

$ 1,750 /person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,650/person
  • 3-6 Pax -$1,550/person
  • 6-10Pax-$ 1,450/person

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 9 Days Lemosho

Kilimanjaro via Lemosho Route 9 Days

From 20 July- 29 July

$ 2,800 Person
  • 1-3 Pax -$2,700
  • 3-6 Pax -$2,600
  • 6-10 Pax -$1300

JULY

Kilimanjaro Climb 5 Days Marangu

Kilimanjaro via Marangu route - 5 Days

From 21 July- 26 July

$ 1,520 Person
  • 1-3 Pax -$1,450
  • 3-6 Pax -$1,380
  • 6-10 Pax -$1300

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    frequently asked questions about Kilimanjaro

    Located in Tanzania,in the northern part just three degree from the equator. The majestic mountain is a volacanic massif, which can be captured near the Kenya border. It central cone, Kibo rises to 5,895m which can only be acessed in Tanzania. The journey begins in Moshi and ends in same region

    Its possible to climb Kilimanjaro all year, but Late December to early march and mid-June to late October are the best times  its where the Kilimanjaro weather is  nearly ideal. this doesn’t implie others months are constantly with heavy showers,Normally rains begins later in later afternoon.

    Standardly it takes between five to nine days to complete the climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro. We highly recommend to take enough time to enjoy this great mountain adventure,atmosphere, wonders and the beauty of its unique nature. Not only will you enjoy it more, you will also drastically increase your chances to make it successfully to the highest peak of Africa.

    We have standards for our clients, depending on the route, group size. For comfortable and safe 7 day climb costs about 2500- 2700 USD or less 5-6 day adventure trek comes to 2100-2300USD. Most important is to have a safe climb, All our experienced guides have hiked Kilimanjaro for many years and there have proven that from their experience  

    Everyday on the mountain will be different kind of weather and it fluctuates any time . The climb might start in hot condition but as you are ascending towards the climax it keeps changing. Mount Kilimanjaro has different zones, plateau, forest,glaciers .But don’t worry your guide will assist you in peaking up the best gears for your hike. Below is the checklist gear before the hike.

    Why Climb with John?

    John has been guiding climbs on Kilimanjaro for nearly 15 years on multiple routes assisting trekkers, novice, and advanced climbers alike.

    John has likely the highest success rate of any guide service, with about 96% summit success over the past 15 years. This statistic includes all climbers, not filtered by group as some outfitters do. Some even claim rates as high as 99% (a near statistical impossibility).

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