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Kilimanjaro Climbing 2024 Price from 2.590 EUR

The Unique Climb of Kilimanjaro

*climbing in small groups

* Joining a group

"Climbing Kilimanjaro is an adventure that attracts many enthusiasts. Located in Tanzania, Kilimanjaro is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. Climbing it can be done via different routes, typically taking between 5 to 10 days to summit. As you ascend through different ecosystems of the mountain, you can enjoy the scenery and natural beauty. Climbing requires physical endurance and proper acclimatization, so it's important to do it with experienced guides. Climbing Kilimanjaro is an unforgettable adventure and a lifelong achievement."


Lemosho Route: 10-Day Expedition

The Lemosho Route is one of the scenic and less crowded trails for climbing Kilimanjaro. It typically takes around 10 days to complete the ascent, offering ample time for acclimatization and enjoying the diverse landscapes. This route starts on the western side of the mountain, gradually ascending through lush rainforests, heathlands, and alpine meadows before reaching the arctic summit. The Lemosho Route is renowned for its panoramic views and wildlife sightings, providing climbers with a memorable and immersive experience on their journey to Kilimanjaro's peak.


10 Days

2.590 €

Difficulty: 3/5

Conquering Kilimanjaro: Journey to Africa's Highest Peak

Kilimanjaro, located in northeastern Tanzania just south of the border with Kenya, is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. With an approximate height of 5,895 meters (19,341 feet), Kilimanjaro stands as an iconic symbol and alluring destination for nature lovers, adventurers, and mountaineers worldwide.

Comprising five distinct volcanic cones—Kibo, Mawenzi, Shira, Reusch, and Uhuru—Kilimanjaro forms a stratovolcanic complex. Kibo, the primary cone, hosts the mountain's highest peak, known as Uhuru Peak. Uhuru Peak stands as the highest point of Kilimanjaro and is also the highest summit on the African continent.

Kilimanjaro boasts rich biodiversity, encompassing a variety of ecosystems and climatic zones. As climbers ascend, they traverse through rainforests, alpine meadows, and eventually reach glaciers. These diverse landscapes contribute to the uniqueness and memorability of the Kilimanjaro climbing experience.

Several routes are available for ascending Kilimanjaro, each offering different scenery, climate conditions, and levels of difficulty. Popular routes include Machame, Marangu, Lemosho, Rongai, and Umbwe. Climbs typically last between 5 to 10 days, with a slow and controlled ascent to acclimatize to high altitude.

Climbing Kilimanjaro requires physical endurance, proper acclimatization, suitable equipment, and quality guiding. Climbers often consult with their doctors before embarking on the journey and assess potential health risks associated with high altitude. Adequate physical preparation and planning enable climbers to reach Kilimanjaro's summit safely and successfully.

However, climbing Kilimanjaro is not suitable for everyone, and careful planning and preparation are necessary due to potential serious health risks at high altitude. Nevertheless, reaching the summit and exploring the unique beauty of Kilimanjaro can be an unforgettable experience and a lifelong achievement for climbers. 
Climbing Kilimanjaro with TAF TRAVEL


  • Travel bag 90 - 110 liters (rubberized or waterproof), optional cover sack

  • Daypack approx. 20 - 30 liters volume, ideally with outer pockets for water bottle

  • 1 pair of ankle-high trekking shoes (lightweight hiking shoes) with firm sole Category: B-C (well worn-in)

  • 1 pair of telescopic trekking poles

  • 1 pair of lightweight sports shoes

  • 1 pair of sandals (for overland journeys, beach stays)

  • 1 Goretex jacket wind and waterproof

  • Fleece sweater, fleece jacket, down jacket

  • 1 long trekking pants (unlined), 1 poncho, possibly 1 rain pants

  • shorts, swimwear, t-shirts

  • 1 set of functional underwear, seamless trekking socks (well worn-in)

  • wool hat, warm gloves (mittens recommended), thin gloves for layering

  • Sleeping bag (down or synthetic) suitable from –6°C to -10°C in comfort range (available for rent at TAF Travel, upon reservation)

  • 1 sleeping pad, 1 insulation seat cushion, 1 pair of gaiters

  • 1 headlamp with spare batteries

  • 2 thermos bottles each 1 liter

  • Toiletries (minimized), small towel, toilet paper


  • Sun hat, sunscreen (min. SPF 30), lip protection (SPF 50)

  • Glacier glasses with side protection

  • preventive medication for digestive disorders

  • Small first aid kit


  • Electronic flight ticket

  • Personal documents (vaccination passport, itinerary, passport)

  • Cash: USD and Euro, credit cards VISA, Maestro, debit card

  • Camera equipment with sufficient batteries + memory cards (optional power bank or solar panel)

  • Extra food (e.g. salami, chocolate, power food)

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