Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Situated in Tanzania and close to the equator, Mount Kilimanjaro is the world's highest freestanding mountain and also Africa's highest peak, at 5,985m. Climbing Kilimanjaro is justifiably considered a once in a lifetime experience. The lower slopes are dense with forest, it is surrounded by vast expanses of savannah, the peak is ice-capped, and the views from the top are breathtaking.

There are several routes to choose from, with different lengths and difficulties, and accommodation options, so that you can do the climb that's right for you. All of our Kilimanjaro climbs are operated on a private basis and are led by an experienced guide and his team, as well as all the necessary permits, equipment, food and transport that you need.

The Kilimanjaro climb is undoubtedly one of the hardest challenges you will attempt, but it's worth it.

We would recommend some acclimatisation time, giving you the best possible chance of reaching the summit, and it's worth noting that a very high percentage of climbers make it to the top. There is no mountaineering experience necessary but of course you need to be in very good physical condition.