Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking – The Climb to Africa’s Highest Peak

Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro

Standing 5,895 metres high, Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and the fourth highest in the world. Despite its size it is the easiest and most accessible of the world’s Seven Summits and is triumphed over by hundreds of people who visit Mount Kilimanjaro for trekking each and every year.
While its size may be intimidating, with training and the all important acclimatisation, this impressive mountain really can be taken on by people of all backgrounds and different fitness levels thanks to the variety of routes that are offered by Viva Africa Tours.
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Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking Tours

To join one of our Mount Kilimanjaro trekking excursions, you do not need to be the fittest person in your town, nor do you need expertise with mountain climbing or advanced trekking. However, you must have completed some fitness training beforehand.

We are convinced that we offer a Kilimanjaro climb package tour that is suited for everyone, with durations ranging from 5 to 9 days.

Each excursion will allow you to appreciate breathtaking panoramas and the expanse of the surrounding area, as well as the opportunity to see rare animals along the way.

Kilimanjaro’s topography is incredibly varied, and our treks will take you through various habitats. As we climb higher, the lower slopes of banana plantations and dense rainforest give way to heath and moorland before reaching the granite moonscapes of Kibo Peak.

When is the best time to go on a Mount Kilimanjaro trekking tour?

Another reason the Kilimanjaro hiking tour is so popular is that it can be ascended any time of year. Because of its proximity to the equator, it lacks the normal four seasons you may be accustomed to back home. There are just two seasons in this area: wet and dry.

While hiking is doable all year, the wet seasons of March to May and November to December are not the best periods to ascend this peak. The path to the peak might be treacherous; therefore, hikers should come equipped with the necessary equipment.

The finest months to trek Mount Kilimanjaro are August, September, January, and February.

Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the “Seven Summits,” has always drawn adventurers and mountaineers. The tallest peak in Africa and the highest freestanding mountain in the world, nestled between the borders of Kenya and Tanzania, draws visitors from all over the world to witness its splendour.

We warmly welcome you to come and experience Mount Kilimanjaro trekking for yourself. Experience the pride of reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro and the sense of freedom that comes with being on top of the globe.

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