On this trip, you will hike on the Marangu Route up to Mandara Hut and come back on the same day. You will not reach the summit and you can start any day of the year.
Why Rongai? Rongai route is less crowded compared to Marangu, it is the easiest route of all the route. It has a relatively gentle gradient and short daily stages as it winds its way from the standing point just south of the Kenya – Tanzania border through attractive farmland and delightful forest to several other […]
There are truly wild places in Tanzania; Gombe National Park is one of them. The nature value of Gombe was noticed in 1943 when it was designated as a game reserve. Gombe gained its popularity after the pioneering research activities of Dr Jane Goodall in 1960 which is believed to be the longest running study […]
On the shores of Lake Tanganyika, the oldest and deepest lakes in the world lies a pristine and remote park; the Mahale National Park which holds and protect the largest known population of chimpanzees, the jungle and the mountains. Visiting the park is a gratifying experience as you have a chance to carry game drive, chimp-trekking, hiking, […]
The Shira plateau is less crowded and one of the most fascinating and scenic areas on Kilimanjaro (Shira plateau and western breach wall). It is well worth visit to explore the ridges and moorland. Climbing via Shira Plateau route looks similar to the Lemosho route. The only difference is that you’ll drive from Londorosi gate to Morrum […]
Why Lemosho route? The early stages of Lemosho route are also your best chance of seeing some wildlife on Mount Kilimanjaro, with monkeys prevalent in the forest. The Lemosho route is perfect for those who want to take a slightly longer, more relaxed approach to climbing Kilimanjaro.
Why Machame? This is most beautiful route up Kilimanjaro. With Lovely gradual ascent through forest you emerge to see wide views of the moorland on Shira plateau, Kibo and western breach. This 8 day trip should be added to your bucket for this year. It’s an easy route for those who need acclimatize before they […]
Why Umbwe route? One of the shortest routes to the southern glaciers and the western breach of Kibo. An ascent to Kibo via the Umbwe route is probably one of the most scenic ‘non-technic’ mountaineering expeditions in East Africa. It is quite taxing, primarily due to the relatively fast ascent to higher altitudes, but the […]