One of the world’s Seven Summits and the most famous mountain on the continent of Africa, Kilimanjaro, at 5,895 meters, is climbed by mountaineers from every corner of the globe. There are several routes to reach the summit, with Rongai, Lemosho and Machame among the most well known. Mountain climbing here presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ascend Africa’s best, surrounded by beauty and serenity. Visit between January and March, and September and October, for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
Standing in the iconic African Great Lakes region of East Africa, the 3 giant volcanic cones of Mount Kilimanjaro make up the highest mountain in Tanzania. Kilimanjaro is also the highest mountain in on the continent of Africa. Standing at 5,895 meters above sea level, it also holds the title of one of the Seven Summits, and also one of the Volcanic Seven Summits. Another crown for the spectacular region, Mount Kilimanjaro is part of a larger national park protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
January and February are the warmest months, while September is the driest month of the year on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Visit between January and March, and September and October, for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
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