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Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Reach for the skies and climb to the submit of the world's tallest free standing mountain and the highest point in Africa,following the Kilimanjaro route,Are you ready for the challenge?

HIGH SUCCESS RATE

Be assured of a successful summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with our professional guides.

Be assured of a successful summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with our professional guides. The phenomenal achievement rate of our picked course is ascribed to the reality we invest more time in the mountain, giving our group the required time to appropriately adjust on our way to the summit.

ALL ROUTES

Mount Kilimanjaro has seven routes for ascending while one route for descending.

Mount Kilimanjaro has seven routes for ascending while one route for descending. Discover solitude of Northern Circuit, panoramic views of Lemosho and Machame or trials of Umbwe with our expert guides while you summit.

FOCUS ON SAFETY

At Popote Africa, the safety and well-being of our travelers is our top priority

At Popote Africa, the safety and well-being of our travelers is our top priority, so all our guides have basic training in medical aid, mountain rescue. So, if any unwanted situation arises they will help you. Our guides monitors you on every step of your summit.

Kilimanjaro Climbing

Have you at any point longed for climbing Kilimanjaro? To climb Kili implies remaining on the top of Africa (5895 m/19341 ft) and getting a charge out of the stunning scenes around, climbing through the perfect tropical timberlands brimming with wild animals, taking a gander at the starry sky and understanding that you are among the few individuals who did it.

The inclinations of Mount Kilimanjaro is uncommon contrasted with different places on the planet for spending a family excursion, lauding a party of old mates, bunch working of colleagues, testing your diligence or conceptualizing new contemplations for your assignment. Everyone finds something stand-out here.

Climbing Kilimanjaro with Popote Africa is the comparable expression of prosperity, comfort and full immersion into African wildlife. To get some answers concerning amazing experiences of trekking Kilimanjaro read about the courses, and the best time to climb.

Popote Africa will be upbeat to wrap up your manual for a successful Kilimanjaro summit.

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Machame Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Marangu Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Rongai Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

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Trip Notes

Shira Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Umbwe Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Lemosho Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good

Activity Level

Trip Notes

Northern Circuit Route-Mt. Kilimanjaro

  • Activity Type: Mountaineering
  • Difficulty: Moderate/Challenging
    : 100 Reviews
  • Service Level: Basic
  • No Of Climbers: 5000 Per Year
  • Sucess Rate: 85%
  • Feedback: Good
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Following The Steps To Climb Kilimanjaro

Best

  • September
  • October

Reason

  • Cheaper Flights
  • Best Weather

Good

  • June
  • July
  • August

Reason

  • Expensive Flights
  • Coldest Season
  • Less Crowded

Better

  • January
  • February
  • December

Reason

  • Decent Weather
  • Lodges May Cost More
  • Airfare is reasonable

Bad

  • March
  • April
  • May
  • November

Reason

  • Rainy Season
  • Only go if you are an skilled backpacker

Which Kilimanjaro Trek Is Right For You?

Climbing Kilimanjaro Information

Group Climbs Start at $2,495

Airfare from the United States ranges from $1,500-$3,000 relying upon the season, area, and aircrafts you choose.

Make sure to tip. Tipping is roughly $300 per individual

Tanzanian Visa is $100 for US Citizens and can be obtained at the airplane terminal. We do suggest you do it ahead of time.

There are a few courses for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. However, it all depends on your preferences.

Those looking for isolation, beautiful esteem and great acclimatization change ought to consider Lemosho or Northern circuit. A pocket-accommodating and beautiful Machame gives great acclimatization change, however it is somewhat swarmed amid the high season.

Because of a well-known misinterpretation of being the least demanding, Marangu course is the most mainstream and least expensive alternative. It is the main course giving hovel convenience (every other course are enjoying nature just), which are helpful for climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro amid the stormy season. Marangu, be that as it may, highlights poor acclimatization and picturesque esteem, as the trail is utilized for rising and plummet.

Rongai is one of the minimum swarmed and the main course moving toward the Mount from the North. It is a physically difficult alternative for Kilimanjaro climbing and is perfect for the individuals who esteem remoteness. This course is suggested for climbing Kilimanjaro amid the blustery seasons (Northern side of the Mountain shields the climbers from precipitation).

Umbwe course is for the genuine travelers. The steepest and most brief choice to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Umbwe is a testing long term hardship, stamina and assurance. The course offers exceptional all-encompassing views. The expense of that is, in any case, the weakest acclimatization change.

Even though climbing does not require any professional skill. Still Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a unique experience on the grounds that an individual with normal wellness level has high shots for achieving Peak Uhuru. The slants of Kilimanjaro is where appropriate high-elevation acclimatization could easily compare to your perseverance, stamina and quality.

Be that as it may, we do empower everybody, to take some exercise. Not exclusively will it assist you with feeling increasingly great on Kilimanjaro (a few climbs are 10-14 km long), yet in addition some game is in every case useful for your wellbeing generally speaking.

Dry Season

The weather is somewhat unsurprising and less alterable. The precipitation is uncommon, and the sky is clear, making these months perfect for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. The temperature in the summit region varies between - 5 C and - 10 C. The summit zone isn't secured with snow, and additional equipment isn't essential. Generally speaking, dry season climbing is not so much difficult but rather more affable.

Rain season

It is conceivable to climb Mt Kilimanjaro lasting through the year, and however the rain season requires some additional endeavors, there are two points of interest: the courses are less swarmed, and Uhuru Peak is superbly secured snow, making the scenes illusory. You should take additional arrangements of warm clothing, T-shirts and socks. Rainfalls (and snowfalls in the higher camps) are probably going to occur, and the days are blustery and moist. The summit region is secured with snow and ice, making it important to take the gaiters and microspikes. By and large, rain season climbing is all the more difficult, yet the encounters are one of a kind.

The best time to climb Kilimanjaro is during the dry season, i.e., from June to early November and from December to end of March. However with changing weather patterns, the chances of getting a clear sky during your climb in November and April is rare.

For each one of those climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, we have arranged the accompanying insider tips to help in your hiking:

  • Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro isn't about your dimension of wellness as it were. Assurance, inspiration and all around arranged acclimatization progress are increasingly essential.
  • Do not set aside on your own hardware. Marked fantastic garments and portable beds regularly have unequivocal effect on achievement of your ascension. All close to home gear is accessible for lease in our office.
  • Be prepared to have no shower for a week or somewhere in the vicinity. Convenient showers are, in any case, accessible for additional charge.
  • Public toilets might be awkward, particularly for women. Along these lines, leasing a convenient can bodes well.
  • Taking an mp3 player or an ipod is a smart thought. Appreciate the landscapes in transit and better safeguard battery for the summit surge.

Q. Do you need technicalities for climbing Kilimanjaro?

A:The climb to Kilimanjaro is not a technical climb. No mountaineering equipment is required to summit Kilimanjaro. Anyone in good physical condition can reach the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Q. Do you have a list of recommended items that I can go over?

A: Yes we do have a kit list of all the items for you will require for your climb. You can rent sleeping bags, parkas, gaiters, trekking poles, etc. Just e-mail us your list of needs, and we will reserve these items for provide you upon your arrival.

Q. What are the health parameters need to climb Kilimanjaro?

A: Anybody who is able to run for at least half an hour without feeling shortness of breath. You should also be able to walk for at least 2 hours in hilly terrains without feeling overly exhausted. No one with a sore throat, cold of breathing problems should go beyond 3000m. However, anybody with heart or lung problems should consult his/her physician before attempting to climb Mt Kilimanjaro.

Q. Do we need to purify our own water during Kilimanjaro trek?

A: No, you are not required to bring filtering systems or purification tablets, our climbing staff will provide you with plenty of purified drinking water during your trek.

Q. If I get sick, how will the mountain crew communicate with the office?

A: Our mountain crews are in constant radio communication with us via ICOM radios so if anything goes wrong on your trekking we are informed. Also, the cell reception on the mountain has improved so we can effectively communicate with our teams using mobile phones.

Q. Is altitude medication needed to climb Kilimanjaro?

A: The symptoms of altitude sickness can appear while climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, in all climbers irrespective of their age and/or fitness level. Due to which, most climbers choose to use Diamox (Acetazolamide), a medication that diminishes headache, tiredness, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath which occur when climbing to high altitudes. Side effects include a tingling sensation in fingertips and on the face, and frequent urination.

Q. Does the price of emergency oxygen tanks included in our climb fees?

A: Yes. The price also contains the salary of a porter, who is assigned to carry the oxygen tanks during your summit attempt.

Mount Kilimanjaro Weather

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Mount Kilimanjaro Accommodation

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Latest Updates About Mount Kilimanjaro

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Can You Climb Mount Kilimanjaro As A Solo Climber?

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Can You Climb Mount Kilimanjaro As A Solo Climber?

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Can You Climb Mount Kilimanjaro As A Solo Climber?

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Our Latest Mount Kilimanjaro Reviews

Kilimanjaro and safari

So happy with the popote-team! We travelled with Popote during easter 2019. We sent and email and had contact with the owner, Sabino, himself. Quick response and he arranged the trip based on our wishes. We did the 6-days Rongai route up to Kilimanjaro. The guides Ken, Dixon and Jamal and all porters we had with us were an amazing group, and we would not have enjoyed the hike as much as we did if it weren’t for them. We also had a 2-days safari in Tarangire and Ngorongoro. We enjoyed the safari so much, even though we could barely walk after kilimajaro-hike. Beatus, our safari-guide that also picked us up and briught us back to tanga.

Serengeti 6 day safari

Four of us did a 6 day Serengeti trip and it was an incredible experience from start to finish. Our guide, Kent, went above and beyond by staying out for extra time to help us see more (in this case we wanted to see a lioness hunt/kill which can take a while). He picked us up from the airport and gave us an itinerary in the beginning so we knew our schedule ahead of time. I recommend picking up lots of snacks in the beginning to munch on during the game drives. They also supply 1 pair of binoculars which is helpful to see those faraway animals. Highly recommend and have also recommended to friends.

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Sergey Kofanev

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Sergey Kofanev

41 years,Australia
Guide 11040
Mountaineering,Hiking

Sergey Kofanev

41 years,Australia
Guide 11040
Mountaineering,Hiking

Sergey Kofanev

41 years,Australia
Guide 11040
Mountaineering,Hiking

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