Mt. Kilimanjaro climbing | Aardwolf Africa Adventure safaris

7 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Marangu route safari

7 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Marangu route safari

Marangu Route is the easiest and shortest route to Kilimanjaro's summit and is known as the "Coca Cola" or "tourist" route. It is the only route on Kilimanjaro with the comforts of solar-powered sleeping huts and comfortable beds at every camp. The huts are communal, and each bunk has a sponge mattress and pillow.

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8 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb Rongai Route safari

8 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb Rongai Route safari

Rongai Route known to be more scenic than the Marangu Route, easier than the Machame Route, and the success rate on the Rongai is very high. Unlike the Marangu Route where you sleep in huts, on the Rongai you sleep in tents (tents are included), and the porters will pitch your tent for you

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9 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Machame route safari

9 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Machame route safari

Machame, a beautiful route up Kilimanjaro that allows you to experience the southwest and south sides of the mountain, since you go up one way and down another. All your equipment and supplies are carried by porters and a cook prepares all your meals.

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10 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Lemosho route safari

10 Days Mt. Kilimanjaro climb Lemosho route safari

This long, little-used route parallels the lower part of the Shira Route. Aardwolf Africa safaris leads treks up the Lemosho Route. The Lemosho Route is an unspoiled, remote, little-used, and beautiful way up to the Shira Plateau. Above the plateau, you approach Kilimanjaro's great western Breach

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8 Day's Mount Kilimanjaro climb Umbwe route safari

8 Day's Mount Kilimanjaro climb Umbwe route safari

A safari through Umbwe route is considered the most challenging on Mt Kilimanjaro due to fast ascent to high altitude lacking necessary acclimatization stages The air is thick with moisture and the path is usually muddy. The route initially follows a forestry track winding up through the natural rain forest. It then narrows and steepens to climb the ridge between the Lonzo and Umbwe rivers, with huge trees surrounding you.

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