Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro costs $90 to $120 per person per day in the park. This is included in the cost of your Kilimanjaro Climb itinerary. For the protection of the ecology, the Kilimanjaro Park authorities levy conservation and maintenance fees.
Kilimanjaro Climb Prices are mostly determined by Kilimanjaro Park Expenses, which include camping, conservation, rescue, and crew fees (inclusive of taxes).
Park fees must be paid by each climber on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Listed are the Kilimanjaro Park Fees for different routes and route variations. This figure does not include guide and porter entrance fees.
- MACHAME ROUTE 6 DAYS = USD 814.20 PER CLIMBER
- MACHAME ROUTE 7 DAYS = USD 955.80 PER CLIMBER
- LEMOSHO ROUTE 7 DAYS = USD 955.80 PER CLIMBER
- LEMOSHO ROUTE 8 DAYS = USD 1097.40 PER CLIMBER
- MARANGU ROUTE 5 DAYS = USD 719.80 PER CLIMBER
- MARANGU ROUTE 6 DAYS = USD 873.20 PER CLIMBER
- RONGAI ROUTE 6 DAYS = USD 814.20 PER CLIMBER
- RONGAI ROUTE 7 DAYS = USD 955.80 PER CLIMBER
- UMBWE ROUTE 6 DAYS = USD 814.20 PER CLIMBER
- UMBWE ROUTE 7 DAYS = USD 955.80 PER CLIMBER
The first are the Kilimanjaro rescue costs. If something goes wrong, the Kilimanjaro National Park’s KINAPA will organize a rescue. This will set you back $20.
Fees for environmental protection
The conservation charge is essentially Kilimanjaro’s entrance fee, or your ticket to the party. This is a 70-dollar daily cost. If you choose a 7-day Lemosho or Machame route, the math is as follows: 7 x 70 USD = $490 USD.
You will be sleeping at campsites on all Kilimanjaro climbing routes except the Marangu Route. This charge is computed per person per day/night, much as the conservation fees. The costs are fifty dollars ($50).
You will be living in huts on the Marangu Route. Although the Marangu Route is a very inexpensive climb, you should be aware that the huts cost $60 per night.
For a 5-day Marangu Route, this translates to $300 USD.
It’s a unique experience that comes at an additional expense. Crater Camp is available for 100 USD each night. A stay at the Crater Camp is generally included in the Lemosho Route’s 9-day variation.
Guides and porter fees
The daily expenses for guides and porters are also included in the cost of climbing Kilimanjaro. Every day, you pay 2 USD each employee.
If you’re interested in learning more about climbing Kilimanjaro, check out our guide to Kilimanjaro Climb Costs, which covers the Kilimanjaro Park Fees.
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