Group near the Saddle on Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Climbing Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Trips 

There is simply nothing quite like it anywhere else on Earth. This is the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, and the only place on land where you can clearly see the curvature of the Earth. It is challenging, but the rewards for those who climb Kilimanjaro are huge, from the friendly welcome and endless encouragement from the Chagga guides and porters, to the warmth of the sun rising over Africa, and a lifelong sense of achievement to boot.

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Why trek with Exodus?

We've worked with our local partners in Arusha for many years and have a strong reputation as being the best on the mountain. Together, we have set the standards for best practice on Kilimanjaro tours, while working closely with the national park in helping all to benefit. 

  • We use one guide for every two clients on every climb.

  • Our routes comprise six to eight days on the mountain, all with an extra day compared to the standard trek to aid acclimatisation.

  • Our guides have comprehensive first aid training, and they carry portable oxygen to treat altitude sickness.

  • We sponsor a Kilimanjaro porter project, investing in our porters' education; sponsor guides to do extra training; and pay a fair wage on the mountain. 

  • We climb Kilimanjaro using the Rongai and Lemosho routes in Tanzania (instead of Marangu or Machame) because they are quiet, wilderness routes, well away from the crowded climbs. Only 10% of those climbing Kilimanjaro ascend by these two routes. Both traverse the mountain using different ascent and descent routes, so there's no back-tracking, giving time to explore the different climatic zones, wildlife and scenery.

 

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