MT. KILIMANJARO TREKKING
Our local, expert guides know the routes like the backs of their hands. From the moment you make contact, to the triumph at the summit, and all the way back to the airport transfer, we’ll be with you all the way. We treat our guests how we would want to be treated and we strive to provide them with life-changing travel experiences. Challenging yourself to summit Kilimanjaro with Wings Explorers Tours and will certainly change your outlook on life.
Our climbing routes
Featuring captivating scenic vistas, pristine wildlife, excellent acclimatization opportunities and low traffic of climbers, Lemosho is our personal first favorite for reaching the roof of Africa.
Rongai is the only route starting on the northern slope of Kilimanjaro. Though this part of the Mountain is rarely visited by hikers, it is not less interesting than the popular southern and western slopes. We recommend Rongai to all those who like reclusive hiking experiences.
The second most popular option among the climbers is the Machame route, also known as “the Whiskey Route”. This route offers a wide variety of views, landscapes and experiences.
Daring experienced climbers seeking adventure and challenge will find just what they want on Umbwe. A short steep climb traversing all the climate zones – from tropical rainforest to eternal ice – will put your strength and endurance to the test. Like no other route on Kilimanjaro Umbwe gives a sense of achievement to those who reach the summit.
Marangu or “Coca-Cola” route is the most popular route on Kilimanjaro today. It is the only route where overnight stays are in huts. This makes Marangu a good option for hiking during the rainy season.
Record-breakers have been drawn to Uluru Peaks for years.
- And the records for climbing Kilimanjaro are so impressive they may inspire you and your friends to awaken your own inner greatness.
- The fastest climb was made by a Swiss-Ecuadorian mountain runner and guide named Karl Egloff. He completed the ascent and the descent in 6 hours and 42 minutes in August 2014.
- The youngest hiker is Cash Callahan, an American who climbed in January 2018. Cash was just seven years old when he reached the peak.
- The oldest hiker to reach Uhuru Peak is Angela Vorobeva, who was 86-years and 267 days old when she climbed her way to victory.
Bonus record: During May 2016, Pizza Hut wanted to set an official Guinness World Record for delivering pizza to the highest altitude on land so they sent a pizza to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Let’s Climb The Kili