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The Rooftop of Africa

Uhuru Peak 19,340'~5,892m

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Thank You!

#1 Rated Kilimanjaro Company by TripAdvisor

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NFL & Wounded Warriors Project

Former NFL's Tedy Bruschi, Chad Lewis, Jeff Fisher top Kilimanjaro with our crew.

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The Journey of a thousand steps…

In Swahili, Safari literally means Journey. Take your first step toward your journey of a lifetim...

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Before Everest...

blind adventurer Eric Weihenmayer climbed Kili with us

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A Welcoming Environment

With Climb Kili, you're not just climbing with a company, you're climbing with

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As Wide as the World,

great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun" The Snows of Kilimanjaro -Ernest Hemingway

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Hang Out

A Climb Kili safari makes a relaxing addition to any climb.

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Mission Accomplished

Kyle Maynard and the Wounded Warriors from MissionKilimanajro.com summit with our staff

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Mount Kilimanjaro Tours

Climb Kili is the premier trekking company for climbing Kilimanjaro and Tanzania safaris. Our Kilimanjaro guides have been assisting adventures from all over the world climb Kilimanjaro for nearly three decades. At Climb Kili, we pride ourselves in providing the safest Mt Kilmanjaro treks with our certified equipment and professional Mt Kilmanjaro Guides. Make your reservation for a Kilmanjaro tour today!
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Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s tallest peak standing in at 19,340’~5,895 m which also classifies it as the world’s highest freestanding mountain. Three volcanoes make up the structure of the range: Shira (13,000’~3,962 m), Mawenzi (16,896’~5,149 m), and Kibo (19,340 feet ~5894 m). Through Climb Kili’s routes, trekkers pass through five major ecological zones: Rain forest, Heath, Alpine Desert, Moorland and Arctic Glaciers. Trekking from the monkey filled rainforest’s to the glacier packed Summit rim is only a part of the lure.

Wildlife is not uncommon in the lower portions of the climb. Buffalo, elephants and eland frequently graze the northern slopes, while the forest belt is home to Skyes monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys and a variety of birds such as the tropical boubou, augur buzzard, white-naped ravens, mountain hawk eagle, sun birds, and lammergeier.

The common meaning for KILMANJARO is “shining mountain” in Swahili. From the first summits recorded in 1889 to today, thousands of adventurers brave the mountainside climb of Kilimanjaro each year as a difficult personal challenge to overcome, a enlightening spiritual journey or many other great causes. Whatever may draw you to The Mountain, take your first step on this incredible journey by contacting us today.

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  • ScreenHunter_68 Oct. 18 08.49
    Thank you! It was an amazing experience and everything to do with Climb Kili was great and very well organised. Your guides and porters were brilliant and extremely nice people, I couldn't have done it without them! Natalie, Robin and I would love to... Abigail Gwynn–UK
  • ScreenHunter_68 Oct. 18 08.50
    I wanted to drop a note to say how much I enjoyed my climb and safari.
    I did the Kilimanjaro trek with Herment Mosha, and he and his team were EXCELLENT. I've been on many hiking trips, and none were as well organized and positive as... Charisse Oraa–US
  • andrea
    I especially found working with you helpful as we planned our trip. You were able to answer questions about packing, timing, medications, routes, etc. Thank you! It gave me the confidence to book the trip and pretty much everything you said was sp... Andrea Brandt–US
  • Shinal (2)
    From the moment of paying my deposit for the trip to the moment I arrived back from Kilimanjaro, the whole journey was incredible thanks to Climb Kili. It was my first time booking with a tour company and it was the best decision I made to book with ... Shinal Patel–US
  • amyho
    it was an amazing experience . Our total age is 300 yrs and we managed to reach the summit ! And we truly enjoy Climkili 's guides, they are amazing. here is the summit picture. Amy Hoe–Hong Kong
  • Tracy
    It was amazing!!!!! Incredible.. Joseph, best guide!!! And his team was awesome, thanks so much! Tracy Mork–US
23 Oct

Tip of the day

To many, traveling to Tanzania is a half a world away. To minimize Jet Lag, avoid alcohol as it dehydrates and effects your bodies biorhythms. Drinking plenty of water assists in hydration as circulating cabin air is dry. Keep a large water bottle nearby. Plan airplane rest carefully; knowing your flight into Kilimanjaro International Airport will likely arrive in the evening and you’ll be heading for bed soon after your hotel check in.

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