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The Rooftop of Africa

Uhuru Peak 19,340'~5,892m

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Thank You!

#1 Rated Kilimanjaro Company by TripAdvisor

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NFL & Wounded Warriors Project

Former NFL's Tedy Bruschi, Chad Lewis, Jeff Fisher top Kilimanjaro with our crew.

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The Journey of a thousand steps…

In Swahili, Safari literally means Journey. Take your first step toward your journey of a lifetim...

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Before Everest...

blind adventurer Eric Weihenmayer climbed Kili with us

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A Welcoming Environment

With Climb Kili, you're not just climbing with a company, you're climbing with

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As Wide as the World,

great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun" The Snows of Kilimanjaro -Ernest Hemingway

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Hang Out

A Climb Kili safari makes a relaxing addition to any climb.

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Mission Accomplished

Kyle Maynard and the Wounded Warriors from MissionKilimanajro.com summit with our staff

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Mount Kilimanjaro Tours

Climb Kili is the premier trekking company for climbing Kilimanjaro and Tanzania safaris. Our Kilimanjaro guides have been assisting adventures from all over the world climb Kilimanjaro for nearly three decades. At Climb Kili, we pride ourselves in providing the safest Mt Kilmanjaro treks with our certified equipment and professional Mt Kilmanjaro Guides. Make your reservation for a Kilmanjaro tour today!
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Standing at 19,340’~5,895 m, Mount Kilimanjaro is the African continents’ tallest peak, and the worlds highest freestanding mountain. The structure is composed of 3 volcanoes: Kibo (19,340 feet), Mawenzi (16,896’~5,149 m), and Shira (13,000’~3,962 m). Through Climb Kili’s routes, trekkers pass through five major ecological zones: Rain forest, Heath, Moorland, Alpine Desert, and Arctic Glaciers. Trekking from the monkey filled rainforest’s to the glacier packed Summit rim is only a part of the lure.

With the exception of the summit zone, wildlife is potentially encountered throughout the lower parts of the climb. You may see elephants, buffalo, and eland on the northern slopes; black & white colobus monkeys, Sykes monkeys, and tropical boubou in the forest belt; and birds such as sun birds, augur buzzard, mountain hawk eagle, lammergeier and white-naped ravens.

The common meaning for KILMANJARO is “shining mountain” in Swahili. From the first summits recorded in 1889 to today, thousands of adventurers attempt to climb Kilimanjaro each year, as a spiritual journey, a personal challenge or many other great causes. Whatever may draw you to The Mountain, take your first step on this incredible journey by contacting us today.

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  • ScreenHunter_16 Oct. 03 10.16
    I have just returned from climbing Kilimanjaro via the Lemosha Route with Climb Kili-an awesome experience. I initially selected Climb Kili due to the prompt assistance from Tiffany ... Jacqui Simpson –Australia
  • ScreenHunter_16 Oct. 03 09.52
    I just want to say that we thoroughly enjoyed our experience.  The Climb Kili itinerary and system was perfect.  Everything was well organised, well communicated and well executed.  The staff who helped u... -Richie Auter –Hungary
  • ScreenHunter_16 Oct. 03 09.51
    My husband and I went with Climb Kili for our 8 day trek on the lemosho route up Mt Kilimanjaro. Tiffany Watson was absolutely wonderful. She answered all my questions promptly and was so helpful in planning or holiday in Tanzania. We were met at the... -John and Mia Farrell –US
  • ScreenHunter_17 Oct. 03 10.17
    Did my Machame route Climb of Mt Kilimanjaro and 3 Day Safari with ClimbKili in August 2014 everything went smoothly , The guides and Porters had... - Craig W –UK
  • Ray
    I just returned from my Mt Kili summit with ClimbKili on 15 Sep 2014 and have nothing but fine compliments for ClimbKili.
    From the beginning to the end, e... -Ray Hom –US
  • donna (2)
    After intensive research we decided to go with ClimbKili as our outfitter for climbing Kilimanjaro via the Machame route. Booking was easy and questions were answered promptly. They send you a very good information packet prior to the climb which pro... -Donna Hidalgo –Canada
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Know where your batteries are and how to change your headlamp on summit day. Cold winds and darkness are no place to get acquainted with how to get your light back on!

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How to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbing to the top of Africa’s Mount Kilimanjaro is quite an accomplishment and can be achieved a lot easier if you are properly prepared for the trek. This means you need to take along the right clothing and equipment and be prepared for the altitude adjustment. The mountain, which sits in Tanzania, is just over Read More