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    Kilimanjaro Climate Zones

    Mount Kilimanjaro Climate Zones And Weather

    Kilimanjaro National Park is home to a variety of different animals, birds and vegetation. Mount Kilimanjaro is Comprising of five major ecological climate zones, from the tropical forest to the arctic tundra of the summit, it’s been compared to walking from the equator to the North Pole. Each climate zone has it’s own unique characteristics, both in terms of vegetation and animal life.  

    Cultivation Zone:

    Alt. Range: 2,600 to ...{Read More}
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    Interesting Kilimanjaro facts

    14 Interesting Facts About Mount Kilimanjaro

    So how much do you know about Mt Kilimanjaro? Maybe you’re thinking of climbing or you’ve already booked your climb, and no doubt you are focusing on all the practical aspects of your trip. You must know where it is, right? There are many reasons why you might be drawn to climbing Kilimanjaro and the more you know about the mountain you are about to tackle (or are dreaming of tackling) the more enjoyable your experience will be. Not to menti ...{Read More}
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    Mount Kilimanjaro Summit

    Secrets of Mount Kilimanjaro Summit

    Mostly when we see photos of Kilimanjaro’s summit, it’s of tired, but exhilarated climbers celebrating their epic achievement in front of the Uhuru Peak sign, taking photos and high-fiving each other. But there’s a lot more to the summit of this great mountain, than just the signboard. So what makes Kilimanjaro’s summit different from other mountains? Why is it unique? Read on to learn the secrets that lie at the top of this great mountain.

    Geology of the Kilimanjaro Summit

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    Kilimanjaro Trekking & Tours

    The trekking up Kilimanjaro is probably the most popular high altitude trek in the whole world.

    The reason for Kilimanjaro's Trekking popularity is obvious:

    It is the highest free standing mountain in the world that you can simply walk up. You need no ropes, no special climbing gear or equipment, no previous experience. But that doesn't mean it's just a walk in the park. Everybody says that you need no experience to trek Kilimanjaro. That is correct as in that you need no climbing experience. There is no technical skills required at all. It really is nothin ...{Read More}
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    How to Get To Kilimanjaro

    The closest major cities to Kilimanjaro National Park are Arusha and Moshi. The closest international airport is Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) which is served daily by many airlines. Depending on where you are traveling from, you can usually fly direct to JRO via the Gulf (Qatar airlines, Emirates) or via Europe (KLM). Alternatively, you can fly into Tanzania’s capital, Dar-Es-Salaam (DAR), for a short internal flight, or to Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta Internationa ...{Read More}

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