Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a challenge that will give you a lifetime experience. Known as the highest free-standing mountain in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro has 2 peaks that’s Mawenzi and its main summit Kibo which is also known as Uhuru Peak.

Choosing the best climb route to climb mount Kilimanjaro is always tricky, but the most important aspect to look at are your needs like budget, strength as well as the time frame for you to accomplish the desire for your once-in-a-lifetime trekking adventure. We are here to help you make your trekking dreams accomplished.

The Idea of Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and Its Benefits

You are here because you either simply have a wish of climbing mount Kilimanjaro or you have actually decided to climb Mount Kilimanjaro hence you are looking for useful information to plan for your climb.

Whatever situation you are in, we want to assure you that climbing Kilimanjaro is a rewarding experience, a unique one because very few people in the world have experienced it.

Benefit #1: Breathtaking sceneries and unique photo taking opportunities:
From mountain views to flora and fauna, Kilimanjaro climbing brings you close to unbelievable sceneries to dazzle your eyes. If you love taking photos, then you will be in for surprising beautiful set ups ready for capturing astonishing images.

Benefit #2: Transform yourself
It is a sure thing, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, especially reaching its summit has a way of changing people for good. Some have left Mount Kilimanjaro and went to leave the jobs they have always wanted to leave but didn’t have the courage to do so. Some have left Mount Kilimanjaro and went to start organizations they had been hesitating to start. Some people have become more efficient and more focused in life as a result of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Mount Kilimanjaro has a way of conquering you, and if you get its lessons right, you will humble yourself and see the world and life in general from a different perspective.

Benefit #3: A sense of great achievement
Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the world’s seven summits. It is the highest in Africa and the world’s tallest free-standing mountain. Very few people have climbed this mountain, hence you climbing it will make you one of the few lucky human beings to do so. You can rightly brag about it.

Benefit #4: Do it for a cause or charity you like
Because climbing Kilimanjaro is a great challenge, many people are willing to support a charity or cause whose fundraising comes through an expedition to climb this giant mountain. We at Africa Nature Photography think this is because climbing Kilimanjaro requires great commitment. We have witnessed people climbing Kilimanjaro to fundraise money for their local hospitals, to raise awareness about a social issue etc.

Benefit #5: Set a personal or world record
You could be the youngest person to climb Kilimanjaro. The youngest mother, the youngest married couple, the oldest female, etc. We have witnessed people with disabilities setting incredible records. If not set a record, you may try breaking existing records too.

Benefit #6: World vegetation zones change right before your eyes
Since it has five different vegetation zones, you will be metaphorically traveling the world from the equator to the North Pole. You will start trekking in the tropical rainforest and summit at the arctic vegetation zone. Other zones that you will go through are the alpine desert, moorland zone, and farmland zone.

Benefit #7: Celebrate something special in a unique way
What about getting engaged on top of Africa? Or celebrating your wedding anniversary on the summit of the highest mountain in Africa? Some climbers have climbed to the summit to throw ashes or fulfill their promise to their loved ones. Whatever occasion, climbing Kilimanjaro will make its experience very special.

Benefit #8: Support a local community in Tanzania
When you climb Kilimanjaro you directly contribute to supporting a local community in Tanzania by way of employment and indirectly through the social projects that your tour operator does such as construction of health centers, school building repairs, environment conservation initiatives etc.

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