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Knowing these 10 things will ensure you choose the right Kilimanjaro route for you and greatly increase your chances of a safe, enjoyable and successful climb.
We run through everything you need to know to have a safe and successful Kilimanjaro trek, from which route to what to pack and what vaccines are needed.
Find out all you need to know about trekking the Northern Circuit route, also called the Grand Traverse.
The Umbwe route is the shortest and steepest of the Kilimanjaro routes. It should only be tackled by those who regularly hike at high altitude.
The Rongai route is the only route that approaches the summit from the north. It’s also one of the least crowded Kilimanjaro routes.
The Machame is a busy, popular and beautiful route up Kilimanjaro. It also has a high summit success rate. We love taking clients on the Machame route!
The Lemosho is one of the most varied, beautiful and exciting Kilimanjaro routes.
The Marangu route is the original Kilimanjaro route. It’s the only route where there’s hut accommodation, and also the only route where you descend along the same path that you used for the ascent.
The Shira route is a pretty route that starts at a high elevation, so only seasoned high-altitude trekkers should tackle it. It also misses the pretty forest section because of its high starting point.