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Our trekking packages are designed with passion and are based on over 10 years of experience in the Tanzanian mountains. Each package includes accommodation, catering and car transfers throughout your stay. You will always be accompanied by an experienced and qualified mountain guide who will ensure your comfort and safety at all times during the trek.
To meet all levels and all budgets, we offer several types of ascents and trekking more or less difficult depending on your abilities. To further personalize your stay, we can, upon request, offer you a tailor-made safari, a relaxing stopover in Zanzibar or any other destination and excursion you wish. Don't hesitate to contact us.
OUR TREKKING PACKAGES
The Marangu Route is also known as the “Tourist Route” and the “Coca-Cola Route.” This is because Marangu is the most popular route on the mountain, and thus is considered “touristy”, and because the route is the only one that offers sleeping huts, which serve beverages like Coca-Cola, on the way.
The Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north, close to the Kenyan border. This route has low traffic but is gaining popularity amongst climbers. It is the preferred route for those wanting a more remote hike, those looking for an easier route, or those who are climbing during the rainy season (the north side receives less precipitation). Although the minimum number of days required for this route is six days, seven days are recommended. Although the scenery is not as varied as the western routes, Rongai passes through true wilderness areas for days before joining the Marangu route at Kibo camp. This route also descends down the Marangu route.
The Lemosho Route starts off on the western flank of Kilimanjaro, offering spectacular views of Mt Meru and the plains of Kenya’s Amboseli National Park. Your first day takes you through a dense rainforest, that gradually thins out with each upward step and by day two you can already see the summit of Kilimanjaro, glistening in the distance. On the third day, the route joins the Machame Route and a long, but rewarding, road lies ahead until you reach the summit. The extra day on this 8 day trek gives you the opportunity to better acclimatise, thus increasing your chances of reaching the top.