When there is a full moon while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro there is a big difference between a Kilimanjaro full moon climb and any other ordinary climb. Since summit attempt on the final climb to the summit, it is usually done from midnight and is usually very dark. Without headlamps/torches, it is almost impossible to see where you are heading. When there is moonlight, it is easier to see and it offers stunning views of the mountain as you make your way to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. The main aim of embarking on your final push to the summit at midnight is so that you make it to the summit and peak of Kilimanjaro at sunrise. Most climbers attest that this might be the most challenging segment of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, both mentally and physically.
Full Moon Dates Kilimanjaro for 2022 Tours
On a clear full moon night, summiting Kilimanjaro is an amazing event. The glaciers gleaming in the night are breathtaking. The moonlight will, of course, make the last night climb on your summit night simpler, and you won’t even need to turn on your headlights much of the time. In fact, timing your summit attempt to coincide with the full moon dates listed below will improve your whole climb up the mountain, providing some spectacular night views of Kibo from the majority of the overnight camps.
From 2021 to 2022, the full moon dates on Kilimanjaro are listed here. We cannot, however, guarantee the veracity of any of the information provided here. While every effort has been taken to ensure the authenticity of this lunar calendar, users should use it at their own risk and confirm it with their own contacts before going.
• Next full moon: Check the full moon dates below.