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Mount Kilimanjaro lies within the 756 SQKM Kilimanjaro National Park. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the few places on earth that encompasses every ecological vegetation zones that includes tropical jungle, savannah, and desert to montane forests, subalpine plants, and the alpine zone above timberline. The term ‘Kilimanjaro’ is thought to […]
For a variety of purposes, Kilimanjaro is well-known. First and foremost, since it is Africa’s highest point and one of the Seven Summits. Second, the mountain has a permanent ice cap that is shrinking, which is rare for a country with such a warm year-round climate. Third, in 1936, Ernest Hemingway published “The Snows of […]
There are about 30,000 people climbing Mount Kilimanjaro every year using different Mount Kilimanjaro climbing routes. This therefore makes Mount Kilimanjaro one of Africa’s most popular attractions. Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest peak and a member of the fabled Seven Summits. Uhuru, the summit is also one of the most challenging attractions to reach! This Tanzania’s iconic […]
Climbing Kilimanjaro is graded strenuous and you should be in good physical fitness. You may need to have experience of multi-day trekking or walking trips prior to undertaking a Kilimanjaro climb. Most days on climbing Mount Kilimanjaro involve 4 – 7 hours of walking at altitude and the summit day is very strenuous with most […]
So how hard is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro? Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa. The roof of Africa as it is called stands at 19,341 feet. Despite being the highest free standing mountain in the world, it’s just a “walk up.” There is no technical climbing required. The secret however is in the preparation. […]