Kilimanjaro Climbing



A trek in this mountain is a life-time awe experience, a world class achievement that we are at Kili Bike Adventures will be happy to be part of while you take on. Focus is to get you to enjoy every moment of the trek as you find your way to the top. A team of well-motivated professional guides and porters will take on the lead as you take the challenge. The most cost effective way to climb, also recommended those that would prefer not to take the challenge solo.Africa’s highest peak and one of the world’s greatest natural wonders: a snow covered mountain on the equator, amidst an ocean of green forest surrounded by dry savannah. Climbing Kilimanjaro is like walking from the equator to the North Pole in a week, where travellers will experience dramatic changes in vegetation and animal life day by day. It’s like trekking through a nature documentary: every campsite on Kilimanjaro provides breathtakingly beautiful views and some much needed respite in the peaceful quiet of the end of the day.


Follow us to Mount Kilimanjaro in our short documentary and find out what it’s really like to summit the roof of Africa at 5,895m (19,341ft) above sea level. Whether you are in need of some inspiring or tips on preparing for the climb, it’s an extremely useful watch no matter where you are in the planning stages. Meet the mountain crew who make this magnificent once in a lifetime experience possible. Watch the team trek through five unique ecosystems and virtually every type of ecological system. Find out what it really takes to conquer one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.


Climbing Kilimanjaro requires no technical climbing skills and is considered a “safe” mountain. However, the climb exposes your body and mind to a number of challenges. On your way to the top, expect to hike about 4-7h per day and around 10-14h on summit day. But that’s only the physical challenge, in addition, your body is exposed to temperature fluctuations and the altitude.