Our Mount Kilimanjaro tour packages are carefully tailor-made to ensure you get the correct itinerary tailored to your needs. Whether it is the duration, budget, or time of the year, We are happy to help you achieve your goal of reaching the top of Kilimanjaro. Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many tourists visiting Africa. Before reaching the glacier-covered top, the trek passes through muddy jungles, rare high-altitude flora, and alpine meadows. Mt. Kilimanjaro (5,896m/19,343ft) is a symbol of Africa, standing towering over the savannahs of East Africa. But how do you go about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, and how fit do you need to be?

Our affordable and carefully planned Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro Packages outperform all other trip Kilimanjaro packages available on the internet. Our committed crew works hard to ensure that your Mount Kilimanjaro climb is an unforgettable experience. You will not hesitate to brag about us to your relatives and friends after experiencing Kilimanjaro treks with us.

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8 days Lemosho Route Itinerary

You get an extra day to acclimatize on Mount Kilimanjaro if you choose the 8-day Lemosho route plan. The Lemosho
7 days Machame Route

7 days Machame Route Itinerary

The 7-day Machame Route gives you an advantage over the 6-day Machame Route since it gives you ample time to

6 Days Marangu Route

The more advantageous option for ascending Mount Kilimanjaro via the well-known Marangu route is the 6-day Marangu route plan. For

9 days Northern Circuit Route

The 9 days Northern Circuit Route is one of the easiest routes on Mount Kilimanjaro. It is a recently introduced

7 Days Rongai Route

This is a 7 days Rongai route itinerary variation with an extra day for acclimatization. Gradually sloping towards the summit,

9 Days Crater Camp via Lemosho Route

This 9-day crater camp trek combined with the 8-day Lemosho route climb is a unique and ultimate Kilimanjaro experience. Crater

7 days Lemosho Route

The shorter 7-day Lemosho route variant does not include the extra acclimatization day as the 8-day Lemosho route itinerary. The

6 days Machame Route

For mountain climbers with prior climbing expertise and the capacity to acclimate more quickly, the 6-day Machame route is advised

6 Days Rongai Route

This 6-day route uses the Rongai Route to get you to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Treks up the Rongai

5 Days Marangu Route

The Marangu route, which is the mountain's oldest and most popular path, is used in the five-day Marangu route itinerary.

6 Days Umbwe Route

Many climbers, particularly first-timers, dislike the 6 day Umbwe Route Kilimanjaro itinerary for a variety of reasons. It is one

11 Days Western Breach Route

Due to the risks involved in taking this route to ascend the peak, the 11-day Western Breach route itinerary is

7 Days Shira Route

Shira is an ancient route that does not adhere to normal acclimatization guidelines, so the Lemosho Route, which is more

One Day Kilimanjaro Trek to Mandara Hut- Marangu

The 1 day hike to Kilimanjaro's Mandara Hut, the first accommodation point along the Marangu route begins with an early

One Day Hike on Kilimanjaro to Shira Plateau

Experience a one-day trip to Mount Kilimanjaro's Shira Plateau. Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a challenge that many would love to

Best Tour Package for Climbing Kilimanjaro

We strongly recommend the 8 days Lemosho Route as one of our top picks. For complete beginner climbers, we recommend the Lemosho and Rongai routes, Northern Circuit and Machame for beginners, and Marangu and Umbwe for experienced hikers with previous climbing expertise. All routes apart from the Marangu route which allows climbers to stay in A-shaped huts, all routes necessitate camping where you sleep in mountain tents.

Consider Lemosho or Northern Circuit route if you want privacy, isolation, scenic value, and a smooth acclimatization adjustment.

Best Budget-friendly and affordable Kilimanjaro Tour

The 6 Days Marangu Route itinerary is a budget-friendly package while the 7 days Machame route is an affordable tour that is reasonably scenic, and offers an excellent acclimatization transition, but it can get busy during peak season.

Shortest and Cheapest Kilimanjaro Tour

The 5 or 6 days Marangu Route is the most popular and cheapest alternative due to a common fallacy that it is the simplest. It is the only route that offers hut accommodations (all other routes only provide camping), which is especially useful during the rainy season. However, because the path is utilized for climb and descent, Marangu has low acclimatization and scenic value.

We operate both private and group climbs starting every week through the year with different routes each week. If you are looking for a particular route you can see when we are running that route below.

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Mount Kilimanjaro, located in Tanzania, is the highest freestanding mountain in the world and a dream destination for adventurers and nature lovers. Its breathtaking landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and the thrill of reaching its summit make it a once-in-a-lifetime experience. At [Company Name], we specialize in organizing Kilimanjaro climbs, providing expert guidance and exceptional services to ensure an unforgettable journey for our climbers.

2. Our Competitive Prices for Kilimanjaro Climbing Packages

We understand that budget plays a crucial role in planning any adventure. Therefore, we offer competitive prices for open-group Kilimanjaro climbs. Here is a breakdown of our prices for 2023 and 2024:

Please note that these prices are subject to change, and for private or tailor-made climbs, we recommend contacting us directly to discuss your specific requirements.

3. Our Kilimanjaro Tours Include

When you choose Tranquil Kilimanjaro for your Kilimanjaro climb, you can rest assured that we have taken care of all the essential elements to ensure your safety, health, and comfort throughout the journey. Here are some of the inclusions you can expect:

Qualified and Trained Guides

We prioritize your safety by providing qualified guides who have been carefully selected and extensively trained by us. For every two climbers, we assign a minimum of one experienced guide, ensuring personalized attention and support throughout the climb.

Comprehensive Safety Measures

Your well-being is our top priority. We include National Park Fees and Rescue Service in your package, ensuring you have access to immediate assistance in case of any emergencies. Our chief guide carries a Pulse Oximeter, a device used to monitor your blood-oxygen levels, enhancing safety on the mountain. Additionally, we provide emergency oxygen for use in critical situations.

Health Support and Hydration

Staying healthy and hydrated is vital during your Kilimanjaro climb. To support your well-being, we offer complimentary 3 liters of mineral water per hiker for the first day, and 3 liters of purified water per person per day from night one onwards. Our guides conduct twice-daily health checks to monitor your condition and ensure a successful ascent.

Comfortable Camping Equipment

We believe that a comfortable resting environment is essential for a successful climb. Our packages include superior quality camping equipment such as tents, sleeping mats, tables, and chairs, creating a cozy atmosphere for you to relax and rejuvenate after a day of trekking. For climbers on the Marangu route, where meals are served at designated dining halls, we ensure a hassle-free dining experience.

Premium Hotel Accommodation

To provide you with a seamless experience from the beginning, we offer a complimentary meet and greet on arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport. You’ll enjoy one arrival and one departure private airport transfer per group, traveling in a private vehicle with a dedicated driver. We arrange comfortable hotel accommodation, including storage facilities for excess luggage during hikes. Rest assured, we select the best premium hotels as a standard option for our climbers.

Responsible Tourism Practices

We believe in responsible tourism and aim to make a positive impact on the local community and environment. As a member of Leave No Trace, we follow ethical practices and ensure fair treatment of our porters. Additionally, we support local schools, orphanages, and local entrepreneurs, contributing to the welfare of the region. With us, you can climb Kilimanjaro with a clear conscience, knowing that your journey has a positive influence.

4. What’s Not Included in Our Prices

While we strive to provide comprehensive packages, there are a few items that are not included in our prices. These include:

  • Airfares and departure taxes
  • Personal gear
  • Tips for guides, porters, and cook
  • Entry visa for Tanzania
  • Vaccinations
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcohol and beverages

Please keep these additional costs in mind when planning your Kilimanjaro climb.

Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro is a remarkable achievement and an adventure of a lifetime. At Tranquil Kilimanjaro, we offer competitive prices, unparalleled services, and a commitment to your safety and well-being. Our comprehensive packages include qualified guides, safety measures, health support, comfortable camping equipment, premium hotel accommodation, and responsible tourism practices. Take the first step towards an extraordinary journey by choosing us for your Kilimanjaro climb.

Get ready to embark on an extraordinary journey to the rooftop of Africa! Book your Kilimanjaro climb with Tranquil Kilimanjaro now and create memories that will last a lifetime.

More About Kilimanjaro Climbing Tour Packages

All your questions about our exclusive deals, offers, and affordable Mount Kilimanjaro tour packages are answered below. Please note, you can always customize your Mount Kilimanjaro tour to include a safari or Zanzibar add-on package. Also, we strongly advise that if you do not have prior Mountain climbing experience, please choose the longer route variations with an extra acclimatization day.

Why should I choose a Kilimanjaro climbing tour?

When a journalist asked George Mallory why he intended to climb Mt. Everest in 1923, he replied, “Because it’s there.” It’s a one-liner that equally applies to Africa’s tallest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro is not just Africa’s tallest peak, but also the world’s biggest freestanding mountain, towering at 5,895m/19,341ft. It’s not part of a mountain range, therefore it’s freestanding. Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa’s most famous mountain. The sight of elephants in front of Mount Kilimanjaro is simply Africa for many people. While the mountain’s grandeur seems intimidating, it’s actually rather simple to climb. A week-long mountain climbing excursion may also be easily incorporated into a typical safari.”

How long do I need to complete the climb and does that include time to acclimatize?

“Kilimanjaro may be hiked by a variety of ways. Some of these are only appropriate for people who have prior climbing expertise. The Marangu Route is the conventional route, which is frequently advertised as a four-night, five-day return climb. In actuality, you’ll be climbing to over 6,000 meters (19,685 feet). This five-day plan does not provide for adequate acclimatization. This timetable should be extended by at least one day to allow for a safer climb. Better still, take one of the other longer and calmer routes, which will help you to acclimate more naturally.

The Shira Plateau Route, Machame Route, and Northern Circuit Route (the most difficult of the three) are all safer options. These are much more gratifying than Marangu and have a fraction of the crowds.”

What level of fitness and experience will I need for a Kilimanjaro mountain climbing tour?

“Mt. Kilimanjaro is a massive peak, and summiting it should not be taken lightly. Nonetheless, this is one of the most accessible mountains of its size. No specific climbing expertise or equipment is necessary for any of the conventional routes. It’s just a long, steady journey uphill. It should be climbable by anyone who is fairly healthy and determined. Warm gear is required, including a heavy mountain jacket, thermals, gloves, and a cap. You’ll also need a four-season sleeping bag that’s quite warm.

Altitude is the most prevalent reason for failure to reach the top. The usual five-day mountain climbing tour just does not provide enough acclimatization. Adding an extra acclimatization day or taking a longer and more gradual path is preferable to rushing up and down.”

What does a typical day look like on a Kilimanjaro climb?

“Days on Kilimanjaro start early, and you’ll usually shiver your way out of your sleeping bag just after sunrise. You’ll be back in your hiking boots after a warm cup of oatmeal or something similar. You’ll walk till noon, with stops to take in the beautiful views or regain your breath. A healthy packed lunch will be provided. After that, another couple of hours of walking will bring you to your nighttime destination by mid to late afternoon. Hopefully, your porters have come ahead of you and are brewing a refreshing cup of tea. Dinner is provided at a reasonable hour. Most individuals burrow back into the warmth of their sleeping bag and pass off to sleep just after dark.

Keep in mind that the higher you climb, the more likely your sleep may be interrupted. The cold and a lack of oxygen make evenings extremely unpleasant over 4,000m/13,123ft. On summit day, you can completely forego sleep. Around 1 a.m., the majority of the campers left. They hike through the night with flashlights in order to reach the peak before dawn.”

What kind of accommodation will I stay in on a Mt. Kilimanjaro climbing trip?

“Basic! You’ll be camping or staying in one of the mountain’s extremely basic trekkers’ A-shaped cabins. The huts are exactly that: huts, with dorm-style beds. The sole source of heat will be the tired bodies that share the cabin. If you choose to camp, your trekking company will supply modest two-man dome tents. These are comfier than the cottages for sleeping. They’re also a little more private! A considerably larger eating tent is provided by better tour companies. Tables and camp chairs will be provided by the more upscale firms. These little things may not seem like much, but the extra comfort they give may make a big impact on your journey.”

How much does a Mount Kilimanjaro tour package cost?

“Climbing Kilimanjaro may be a costly endeavor. Every trekker must be part of a group that includes a guide and at least one porter. For the four-night, five-day Marangu Route, the cheapest, shortest, and most basic packages start at US$1,500 per person. Prices increase with each additional day and are dependent on the route you select. A seven-day trip on the Shira Plateau Route costs at least US$2,000. This is the one we suggest because of the variety of scenery and the opportunity to thoroughly acclimate. It’s worth it to spend a bit extra for nicer meals and newer, higher-quality tents. It’s also beneficial to have a guide who can point out wildlife and fascinating sights.

Before booking a Kilimanjaro vacation, double-check what’s included and what’s not. Keep in mind that guides and porters will always demand gratuities. Even the cheapest Kilimanjaro trip can cost an extra couple of hundred dollars because of this.”

What should I consider when choosing a Kilimanjaro climbing tour?

“Before opting to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the most essential question to ask yourself is if you have the stamina and drive to reach the summit. It’s not a difficult mountain to climb, but it’s also not a stroll in the park. Long, energy-draining days are to be expected, as are hurting muscles, probable altitude issues, and severe cold. Don’t sign up for a Kilimanjaro trip if none of these appeal to you. You should also think about the time of year. The months of July through October, as well as January and February, are the driest and most comfortable for climbing.

Avoid going during the rainy season, when the trails may be muddy or snow-covered, and the views will be limited. Finally, give yourself plenty of time to adjust. The majority of people don’t, and many regret their decision because altitude sickness is frequently the result.”