Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant stratovolcano located in Tanzania. Standing at 5,985 meters (19,341 feet), it is the highest point in Africa and is known locally as ‘The Roof of Africa’ as a result.
It is the tallest free-standing mountain in the world – meaning it is not part of a mountain range. Kilimanjaro is unique as it is located just 330km from the equator. The mountain is composed of three distinct volcanic cones – Kibo (5,895m), Shira (3,962m), and Mawenzi (5,149m), with Kibo being the highest at Uhuru Peak. Crowned as a world heritage site under UNESCO, Kilimanjaro offers an experience to enjoy different weather from the rain forest, – moorland to Alpine desert arctic condition.
With the assistance of our professional team, we can get you to the peak so that you can gaze out across Africa. Our experienced mountain guides will ensure that your climb to the roof of Africa is as safe and easy as possible. They have an intimate knowledge of the various routes and the climate conditions, allowing them to predict changes and avoid accidents along the way.