Climb Kilimanjaro

See the legendary snows of Kilimanjaro and feel the amazing sense of accomplishment trekking the Roof of Africa and one of the famous Seven Summits.

For the achievement of a lifetime, come and summit Kilimanjaro!! It is quite simply, one of the most amazing feeling of accomplishment you will ever experience! Towering at an impressive 5895 meters (19,340 ft) above sea level, not only is it the world’s highest freestanding mountain in the world, it is also the highest point in the continent giving it the nickname of “Africa’s Roof”. While it is definitely a challenge, the great thing about Kilimanjaro is that is the only one of the 7 peaks that you don’t need to be an experienced mountaineer to make it to the top. We can safely say that doing this is one of the most beautiful and rewarding experiences you will ever have.

We believe that the quality of your experience is based on the people (your ANDA Dream Team) that are making sure you successfully summit Kilimanjaro. We practice ethical pricing with our climbs – which means that we don’t cut any corners, pay wages beyond the minimum standards set by the association, feed our porters and don’t overload them. Not only will you learn about the history of Kilimanjaro, the flora and fauna in the region but you’ll also get to know your Dream Team and the local Tanzania culture through stories (and sometimes a bit of song and dance).

Routes

There are numerous routes that will take you to Uhuru Peak, the highest point of Kilimanjaro. In general, the longer you have the more time you give your body to adjust and acclimatize up the mountain.

In order of what we recommend:

Lemosho

  • 6, 7 or 8 days
  • Pros: Considered most Beautiful.
  • Cons: Joins with Machame (busiest)

Machame

  • 6 or 7 days
  • Pros: Most popular.
  • Cons: Highest foot traffic

Rongai

  • 6 or 7 days
  • Pros: Only route from the North (different views)
  • Cons: Scenery not as varied

Marangu

  • 5 or 6 days
  • Pros: Shortest and only route that has huts.
  • Cons: Ascent and descent are the same trail

Facts

We are proud of our Ethical Pricing and happy to be 100% transparent with why the costs may seem high for trekking Kilimanjaro. The reality is that fees to enter Kilimanjaro, conservation fees etc are quite expensive. If you are being quoted less than $2000 per person to climb, the guides and porters are not getting paid the legal amount!

Our Camping Gear is:

  • Mountaineering and Expedition grade
  • 4+ Season Tents
  • Quality brand new - Winter North Face sleeping bags
  • R rated sleeping mattresses
  • Imported from MEC Canada

BONUS EXTRAS

  • We will send you our “Fundraising” advice if you are doing a Charity Climb
  • Help plan a corporate sponsored event
  • Provide hot water bottles for the cold nights

Contact us to discuss which option is the best for you as well as our Kilimanjaro Gear and Tanzanian Advice Checklist.