Tanzania Tribes Safari

MOUNT KILIMANJARO

Tanzania Tribe Safari is the top guide service for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. For over 19 years, we have provided expert services and quality standards that make us stand out among other companies offering similar trekking opportunities in Tanzania! We take safety seriously as well: our trained staff members will ensure your entire tour runs smoothly from start to finish with nothing left up to chance on this incredible journey…

Welcome to the exciting world of expeditions! When you think of the topmost mountain in Africa, it’s hard not to imagine an amazing journey up Kilimanjaro. The tallest peak on this continent and one that offers climbers free-standing rock for their efforts–Kilimandjaro is something every outdoorsman needs on his bucket list!

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Our team will be with you every step along your journey up Kilimanjaro, keeping things in perspective and providing helpful advice. A truly unique experience awaits those who want it most: let us guide you through this incredible adventure so that we can make sure all bases are covered before taking off for home – or wherever life may take us next

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ROUTES

Lemosho Route which is the newest route and an alternative to Shira route is undoubtedly the most scenic route to Kilimanjaro.

Whiskey” route, the Machame route is presently the most prominent route on the mountain Contrasted and Marangu.

The Marangu route, otherwise called the “Coca-Cola” route, is the oldest, most settled route on Kilimanjaro known as the “Coca Cola route”

Rongai Route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north, which is also close to the Kenya border.

Umbwe Route is the least used, least crowded route on the mountain. For good reason, it is also the most difficult route on the mountain.

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Kilimanjaro faq's

We are committed to providing our guests with an unparalleled level of Kilimanjaro, ensuring all the questions answers are solved according to their interest.

Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed whenever consistently. Most voyagers lean toward climbing amid the dry seasons: December to March, June to October. Many think about the greatest months to climb Kilimanjaro to be January, February, and September.
 

The base age limit set by Kilimanjaro National Park for kids trekking to Uhuru Peak on Mount Kilimanjaro is 10 years of age.

You can anticipate that tropical should cold conditions on Mt Kilimanjaro. Contingent upon the course picked, you will start your trek in dry fields or tropical woodlands with normal temperatures somewhere in the range of 25⁰C and 30⁰C. You will at that point climb through different landscapes and weather zones to touch base at the for all time snow-topped summit. Expect rainfalls and below zero temperatures on your trek.
 
You can anticipate that tropical should cold conditions on Mt Kilimanjaro. Contingent upon the course picked, you will start your trek in dry fields or tropical woodlands with normal temperatures somewhere in the range of 25⁰C and 30⁰C. You will at that point climb through different landscapes and weather zones to touch base at the for all time snow-topped summit. Expect rainfalls and below zero temperatures on your trek.
 

Indeed, all Tanzania National Park (TANAPA) charges are incorporated into our Kilimanjaro cost. Presently, the protection charges at Kilimanjaro National Park are US$70 per individual every day and US$50 per individual every night for outdoors. Group section charges and Tanzanian Forest Services Agency (TFS) expenses (relevant for Rongai, Shira and Lemosho courses) are additionally incorporated into our Kilimanjaro cost.

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