Kilimanjaro Mountain “The Roof of Africa”

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 the highest freestanding mountain in the world lures travelers from all corners of the globe to conquer its magnificence. We 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 Africa!

Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro

Standing 5,895 meters high, Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and the fourth highest in the world. 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 all-important acclimatization, this impressive mountain really can be taken on by people of all backgrounds and different fitness levels thanks to the variety of routes that are offered by Kiwoito Africa Safaris.

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LEMOSHO ROUTE

8 Days Adventure

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UMBWE ROUTE

7 Days Adventure

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MARANGU ROUTE

5 Days Adventure

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NORTHERN CIRCUIT ROUTE

9 Days Adventure

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MACHAME ROUTE

6 Days Adventure

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RONGAI ROUTE

7 Days Adventure

Kilimanjaro Climb Gears & Equipment List.

Kilimanjaro trek parking list will need different gears for the successful summit attempt. There some of Kilimanjaro Gears Equipment responsible for a person to bring apart from the one which a company supply like communal equipment (tents, food, cooking items, etc.) is provided.

Below is a gear list of required, recommended, and optional items to bring on your climb to Kilimanjaro. We have made a list of some of a few essential gear and clothing lists, especially that a climber needs to know about to make an informed choice on what to carry and what not to. Not all gear in our list is necessary and so it is up to a climber to decide on what he/she needs and what he/she doesn’t.
But you will have to bring your own gears is which indicated in the full list of what to pack for the Kilimanjaro climb, however, if you will fail to bring all; others will be rented in Tanzania.
The fact is Kilimanjaro Crew -porters, cooks, and Guides- are limited to carry your belonging to about 15 kg.

The Complete Kilimanjaro Packing List – Overview

How Should You Prepare for Summit Mount Kilimanjaro?  This list covers what gear you will need to bring, physical training, Tanzania entry requirements (passport & visa), immunizations and vaccinations, and travel insurance.
The most important thing that you can bring to help you succeed in summing Mt Kilimanjaro is a positive attitude. The golden rule here is to pack as lightly as possible. You will have a porter carrying a lot of these items, but it is important to pack lightly so they can carry additional items that will be necessary for the climb.  Plus, you don’t want to be stuck with a lot of heavy baggage that you probably won’t use. Below is a gear-list required to bring on your climb

Technical Clothing

1 – Waterproof Jacket, breathable with hood
1 – Insulated Jacket, synthetic or down
1 – Soft Jacket, fleece or soft-shell
2 – Long Sleeve Shirt, light-weight,
1 – Short Shirt, light-weight,
1 – Waterproof Pants, breathable (side-zipper recommended)
2 – Hiking Pants
1 – Fleece Pants
1 – Shorts (optional)
1 – Long Underwear
3 – Underwear, briefs (moisture-wicking fabric recommended)
2 – Sports Bra (women)

Headwear 

1 – Brimmed Hat, for sun protection
1 – Knit Hat, for warmth
1 – Balaclava, for face coverage (optional)
1 – Bandana (optional)

Handwear 

1 – Gloves, warm (waterproof recommended)
1 – Gloves, thin

Footwear

1 – Hiking Boots, warm, waterproof, broken-in
1 – Gym Shoes, to wear at camp (optional)
3 – Socks, wool, or synthetic
3 – Sock Liners, tight, thin, synthetic, and worn under socks to prevent blisters (optional)
1 – Gaiters, waterproof (optional)

Trekking Accessories

1 – Sunglasses or Goggles
1 – Backpack Cover, waterproof (optional)
1 – Water Bottle (Nalgene, 32 oz.)
1 – Water Bladder (Camelback type, 3 liters)
1 – Towel, lightweight, quick-dry (optional)
1 – Pee Bottle, to avoid leaving tent at night (recommended)
Stuff Sacks, Dry Bags to keep gear dry and separate.

Trekking Equipment

1 – Sleeping Bag, warm, four seasons*
1 – Trekking Poles, collapsible (highly recommended)*
1 – Headlamp, with extra batteries
1 – Duffel bag, 50-90L capacity, for porters to carry your equipment
1 – Daypack, 30-35L capacity, for you to carry your personal gear

Other Kit List

• Prescriptions
• Sunscreen
• Lip Balm
• Insect Repellent, containing DEET
• First Aid Kit
• Hand Sanitizer
• Toilet Paper
• Wet Wipes (recommended)
• Snacks, light-weight, high calorie, high energy (optional)
• Electrolytes, powder, or tablets (optional)
• Camera, with extra batteries (optional)
• Paperwork
• Trip Receipt
• Passport
• Visa (available at JRO)
• Immunization Papers
• Insurance Documents

Kilimanjaro Gears Equipment – Overview.

Other information apart from Kilimanjaro Gears Equipment, including how to prepare for Kilimanjaro climb (What to pack, visa, Passport, Insurance, Vaccinations, international flights, etc.), fitness and preparation, Treks duration, climbing gears, Departures dates, Prices, and cost for climbing Kilimanjaro, and the best time to go for Kilimanjaro climb.