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MARANGU ROUTE (Coca cola Route)

This route has a moderate slope, making it less difficult to climb. That does increase the possibility of going to fast for your body to acclimate to the altitude however, so discipline is needed to remember to go “pole pole” (slowly). It is the most popular way up Kilimanjaro, and is the only route with emergency evacuation service. Also, it is the only route with huts, including dormitories and dining rooms.

Marangu gate-Mandara hut: 3-4 hours
Mandara-Horombo hut: 5-6 hours
Horombo-Kibo hut: 5-6 hours
Kibo-Gilmans point: 5-6 hours
Giliman’s-Uhuru summit: 1-2 hours


Minimum: 5 days
Recommended: 6-7 days

This is the second most popular route, and it is considered the most beautiful route up Kilimanjaro. With a gradual ascend through the forest you emerge to see wide views of the moorland on the Shira plateau, Kibo and Western Breach. The different kinds of vegetation found along the route make it the most scenic route. For a slightly more technical climb on Kilimanjaro, one can conquer Uhuru Peak from Arrow Glacier camp, but a less challenging route can be taken from Barranco Hut.

Machame gate- Machame hut: 5-6 hours
Machame hut- Shira hut: 5-6 hours
Shira- Baranco ( 13, 100ft) 5-7 hours
Baranco- Barafu campsite (15, 500ft) 6-7hours
Barafu to uhuru summit 6-7 hours
Uhuru-Mweka camp 4-5 hours
Mweka camp-Mweka gate 3-4 hours


Minimum: 6 days
Recomended: 7-8 days

This is another difficult route up Kilimanjaro with more days for acclimatization. Lemosho route needs you to be accompanied by an armed ranger as you might encounter wild buffalo/ elephant on your first two days of trekking.

Londorosi- Mti Mkubwa: 3-4 hours
Mti Mkubwa-Shira: 5-6 hours
Shira I- Shira II: 4-6 hours
Shira II- Barafu: 6-7 hours
Baranco-Barafu: 6-7 hours
Barafu-Uhuru Summit: 6-8 hours
Mweka camp-gate 3-4 hours


Minimum: 7 days
Recommended: 8-9 days

The Rongai route is much drier than southern routes. Elephants and Colubus Monkeys can be found on the way. As the ascent continues, climbers can enjoy spectacular views over the immense Maasai plains of Kenya.

Nare Moru- First Cave: 3-4 hours
First Cave-Third Cave: 4-5 hours
Third Cave- Kibo: 5-6 hour
Kibo- Uhuru Summit: 6-8 hours
Uhuru- Horombo: 5-6 hours
Horombo-Marangu gate: 5-7 hours


UMBWE ROUTE program can be requested.
Minimum: 7 days
Recommended: 8-9 days

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Mt. Meru

Mt. Meru (Alt 4,566m) is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and one of Africa’s most beautiful volcanoes. It is overshadowed by Kilimanjaro, its famous neighbour, and frequently overlooked by most visitors to Tanzania. Meru is a spectacular mountain; the trek involves beautiful hiking through the grassland and forest on the mountain’s lower slopes, followed by a dramatic and exhilarating and, sometimes, tough walk to the summit. The summit is reached by a narrow, barren ridge which provides stunning views of the ash cone. Mt. Kilimanjaro can also be seen in the background. The other highlight of this route is the variety of wildlife that can be seen. Elephants, black and white colobus monkeys, buffalo, and baboon to name but a few. Overnight stay is in dormitory style huts.



Oldonyo Lengai

MOUNT OF GOD (alt 2886 meters)Ol Doinyo Lengai means “Mountain of God” in Massai language. It is a steep around 2900m high stratovolcano located in a section of the East-African Rift Valley in northern Tanzania, near the Ngorongongo and Serengeti National parks. The volcano is known for its unique type of natrocarbonatite lava and as such it is the only known active natrocarbonatite volcano on earth. Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, altitude 2886m (9524 feet), is a unique and extremely fascinating volcano that towers above the East African Rift Valley in Northern Tanzania, just south of Lake Natron. It is the only volcano in the world that sometimes erupts natrocarbonatite lava, a highly fluid lava that contains almost no silicon.


Mt. Hanang

Remotely located on somewhat bumpy tracks 200km south-west of Arusha, Mt. Hanang’s extinct volcanic crater makes for a stunning feature above the otherwise undulating plains. The two-day climb takes trekkers through numerous tribal areas, including the land of the semi-nomadic Barabaig, recognizable by their goatskin garments.