Mount Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and the fourth highest in the world with 5,895 metres high. Despite its size it is the easiest and most accessible of the world’s Seven Summits and is triumphed over by hundreds of people who visit Mount Kilimanjaro for trekking each and every year.

While its size may be intimidating, with training and the all important acclimatisation, this impressive mountain really can be taken on by people of all backgrounds and different fitness levels.

One of the “Seven Summits” the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro is an everlasting magnet for adventurers and mountaineers. Nestled between the border of Kenya and Tanzania, the highest mountain of Africa and highest freestanding mountain in the world lures travellers from all corners of the globe to conquer its magnificence.

Papagei Tours invite you to come and try Mount Kilimanjaro trekking for yourself. Experience the pride of making it to the top of Kilimanjaro, and the feeling of freedom you get when standing on the top of the world! A trip to Mount Kilimanjaro is an exploration, not just a climb. For something, the appeal is simple: it is the highest mountain on earth, the summit of which is accessible without any technical skills or experience to any dedicated stroller. It may be that a wellprepared city dweller is able to reach ‘the roof of Africa’. This is the charm of the highest freestanding mountain in the world.

Achieving the peak is not the only goal: success is more in the quality of the experiment. Being closer to nature than you are used to, explore your own motivation and recognize your dependence on others.
After your return from Kilimanjaro, whether you have “success” or not, you know more about yourself, your strengths and weaknesses and your fellow human beings.Each walker is confronted with a personal risk, and the proportions are high, however, heights are unpredictable. No measure of preparation can guarantee success.
The only certainty is that anyone who takes up the challenge feels deeply inwardly a new experience, even during the ascent, which will never be forgotten.

Kilimanjaro Trekking Tour

We offer all the best trekking Routes. Papagei  Tours is always pleased to spend time discussing with trekkers the all routes that we offer up Kilimanjaro. You don’t have to be the fittest person in your hometown, or have experience with mountain climbing or advanced trekking to be able to join one of our Mount Kilimanjaro trekking tours, though you must have undergone some fitness training beforehand.. Varying in duration from 5 to 9 days, we’re confident that we have a Mount Kilimanjaro trekking tour that’s suitable for everyone. Each of these treks will allow you to enjoy beautiful vistas and the vastness of the surrounding landscape as well as the chance to view unique wildlife along the way.
The terrain of Kilimanjaro is very varied and our treks will take you through a variety of different ecosystems. The lower slopes of banana plantations and thick rainforest gradually give way to heath and moorland as we gain altitude until reaching the rocky moonscapes of Kibo Peak.

Best Time to Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro.

One of the reason why Mount Kilimanjaro trekking is so popular is that this mountain can be climbed all year round. Its location, close to the equator, means that you won’t find the typical four seasons that you may be used to at home. There are only two seasons here: rainy and dry season. While trekking is possible throughout the year, the rainy seasons, from March to May and again from November to December, are not the ideal times to conquer this mountain. Paths to the summit can be slippery so any trekkers should be well prepared with the proper equipment.The best months for Mount Kilimanjaro trekking are August and September, and January and February.