Africa’s highest peak, and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world, ‘Kili’ as it’s affectionately known is in fact a long extinct volcano with its three cones rising high out of the African plains. Two of the peaks are dormant but a third, Kibo, shows signs of activity and is thought to still be live.

One of the features of Mt.Kilimajaro that makes it so special is the different zones one passes through on an ascent.  Technically the volcano is an Afromontane sky island, meaning unique flora and fauna exist there as a result of its isolation and altitude. It’s a biodiversity hotspot and the forests are full of birds and animals, so don’t forget to bring your camera and binoculars.

In order to choose the best route for you, please see details below. There are no routes demanding technical climbing. Price given includes all park fees, staff (guide, cook, porters), food and tents.

If you want to see detailed program of each route, please click on it in table below.

We are also certified agency. You can see our registration certificates here and here.

Our packages:Prices are subject to negotiations. Final price will be given via e-mail.

Route Name

Days on the mountain

Group Size 1 person

Group Size 2-4 persons

Group Size 4-6 persons


Group Size 6+ persons

Machame Route 6 Days $1,750 $1,650 $1,600 $1,500
Machame Route 7 Days $1,850 $1,750 $1,700 $1,600
Lemosho Route 7 Days $2,000 $1,950 $1,850 $1,750
Lemosho Route 8 Days $2,150 $2,000 $1,950 $1,800
Northern Circuit 9 Days $2,500 $2,400 $2,300 $2,200
Shira Route 8 Days $2,150 $2,000 $1,950 $1,800
Shira Route 7 Days $2,000 $1,950 $1,850 $1,750
Rongai Route 6 Days $1,850 $1,750 $1,700 $1,600
Rongai Route 7 Days $1,950 $1,850 $1,800 $1,700
Marangu Route 6 Days $1,600 $1,550 $1,450 $1,350
Marangu Route 5 Days $1,500 $1,450 $1,400 $1,350
Umbwe Route 7 Days $1,900 $1,800 $1,750 $1,650
Umbwe Route 6 Days $1,750 $1,650 $1,600 $1,500
Mt. Meru 4 Days $1,150 $1,050 $950 $850
Mt. Meru 3 Days $1,000 $950 $850 $750



Price includes:

  • Transfers to/from Kilimanjaro International Airport or to/from the stops of the shuttle busses from Dar Es Salaam or Nairobi.
  • National Park gate fees
  • Hut/camping fees
  • Transport from Moshi to starting point on mountain and return to Moshi
  • Certified, experienced, English-speaking guides for all routes
  • Staff salaries
  • Rescue fees
  • 3 meals daily on the mountain
  • Tents, foam sleeping pads, cooking equipment, and eating utensils
  • Bottled water on the first day of the climb, boiled and filtered on the mountain.


Not included:

  • Travel insurance
  • Your 2 nights hotel accommodation in Moshi town, we can assist you with booking your hotel at tour operator rates, from budget (US$20/night) to 3 star hotels (US$80/night).
  • Tips for guides and porters >>> see details
  • Personal mountain equipment (no specialize equipment required)
  • Lunches, dinners, drinks at your hotel in Moshi
  • Laundry (available at the hotel)
Trekkers on Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro summitKilimanjaro summitTrekkers will pass through eerie cloud forests on the lower slopes before traversing moorland and finally arriving at the snowy and rocky summit. Attempts on the summit usually set off during the night so that trekkers can reach the peak as the sun rises and have time to get back down again.

In reality one does not so much climb Kilimanjaro as walk or trek up in. There are six different paths of ascent with the Marangu route being one of the easier ones and taking around five days and staying in huts or tents along the route. A reasonable degree of fitness is required to trek up Kilimanjaro, but an overwhelming majority of people have no problem reaching the summit.