No, they aren’t. Tanzania, in East Africa, is home to Mount Kilimanjaro. It’s far simpler and faster to climb than K2, and it doesn’t require any specific mountaineering equipment except from decent boots, a bag, and maybe trekking poles. A climb may be arranged from Tanzania. It will take you a couple of days to climb, an overnight stay in a hut, and a lengthy day to descend. Some businesses are now dividing it across many days.
K2 is the world’s second tallest peak and is known as the Killer Mountain, as it is more perilous to climb than Everest. Expeditions are performed from Pakistan through Skardu, which is located in the Karakoram range.