Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in Africa and the world that rises 5895 meters above sea level. It has three peaks; Kibo, Shira and Mawenzi. Within a few days of hiking, you go through several diverse vegetation zones and climates, which is what ultimately makes Mount Kilimanjaro so unique. However, due to the quick change in altitude, acclimatization can be a challenge for many climbers. Therefore, sometimes adding an extra day to climb the mountain can significantly help the success of reaching the summit. Bunda Adventures can help you to determine how many days you should take to climb Kilimanjaro, and which routes to take.
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro does not involve special equipment or technical skills, however it is still a very challenging hike and the summit will not be reached effortlessly. Bunda Adventures’ main focus is on safety when climbing Kilimanjaro and it is our top priority to keep our climbers secure and protected. We will provide you with experienced, qualified and licensed local guides that can help to make your journey safer, more comfortable, and more memorable. Kilimanjaro is approximately a two hour drive from Arusha Town and half an hour from Moshi, which makes it a perfect add-on to a northern safari itinerary.