Kilimanjaro Fitness Program

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and hiking to the peak is a challenge that should not be under estimated. With all the information you could possibly gather, added to being physically prepared, one’s chances of reaching the summit is substantially increased. Stamina and mental determination to a great extent, will determine whether or not you will be successful in you quest to conquer the Roof of Africa. Being physically prepared for the trek will also greatly contribute to the level of your perseverance, confidenc …{Read More}

How Dangerous Is It to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro?

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa, earning it a place on the famed “Seven Summits” list. In actual fact, it’s comprised of three volcanoes, two of which are extinct and one that is dormant. Despite these impressive details, however, Mount Kilimanjaro is relatively risk-free compared with other mountains of the same height. Since you don’t need any technical mountaineering skills to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, …{Read More}

Climb Kilimanjaro 2021 Dates and prices

Trek Kilimanjaro 2021 with Climbing Kilimanjaro. Below we have our Scheduled Kilimanjaro dates and prices. You don’t need to trek on these dates shown below. We publish them only for the trekkers who wish to climb with others they don’t already know. The majority of our clients choose their own dates for their Kilimanjaro trip(at no additional cost), though most request us to open up their climbs for others to join – simply so as to have extra company on the trek. If you decide to join a group, you don’t need to wor …{Read More}

Kilimanjaro Geology

As the world’s largest free-standing mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro is an impressive peak with fascinating geology. Rather than simply a mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro is actually a stratovolcano, which means that it is a huge volcano. In fact, Mount Kilimanjaro is actually three volcanoes! So, what is this massive African multi-volcano peak made up of?   Kilimanjaro geology: As a stratovolcano, Mount Kilimanjaro is made up of ash, lava, and rock, with large quantities of basalts and andesites. It began to form nearly 750,000 years ag …{Read More}




Climbing Kilimanjaro in July

Can you climb Mount Kilimanjaro in July? With dry weather and warm temperatures, July is a relatively good month to climb Kilimanjaro. Whether you’re climbing to support a cause or demonstrate your courage and perseverance, there’s nothing like summiting a mountain like Kilimanjaro. Standing at 19,340 feet, this dormant volcano is the highest mountain in Africa, and has long been a mecca for climbing enthusiasts hoping to see the world from atop of the peak.   As summer heats the northern hemisphere an …{Read More}