We compiled a list of frequently asked questions for you to glance through to see if they answer what you wish to know. If you cannot find anything that relates to your question, feel free to fill out the contact us form to ask us directly.

Q: What time of year is the best time to climb Kilimanjaro?

A: This may be the most frequently asked question of them all. The best months to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro are June, July, August, September, which offer the clearest and warmest conditions. October, December, January, and February are also good climbing months, with cooler weather. There is a short rainy season in November with afternoon rains. March to May is the long rainy season. Click here to visit our “About The Mountain” section to learn more.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: We offer 2 packages – our Classic Package and our Premium Package. You can find out the details to what we include in each of these packages by clicking here.

Q: How can I join one of your climbs?

A: Fill out our form here and we will contact you with further details.

Q: I don’t see a climbing schedule on your website. How do I know which climb to join?

A: We book all our climbs based on inquiries. We do not have consecutive scheduled climbs throughout the year. If you are interested in a particular time of year, let us know and fill out our form and we can provide you with a list of climbs during that time frame. If there are no confirmed climbs in your time frame, you will have the option to set up your own climb (minimum of 2 climbers is required to set up a climb).

Q: What routes do you offer?

A: We offer 3 routes. Our most popular route comprising 95% of our climbs is our 9-Day Lemosho Western-Breach Route. We also offer a 9-Day Lemosho Barafu-Crater Route, as well as a 7-Day Machame Route. You can read more about our routes by clicking here.

Q: Why climb via the Western-Breach Route?

A: Only 5% of people who climb Kilimanjaro climb via the Western-Breach. This route is also called the Scott Fischer Route. The Lemosho Western-Breach Route provides climbers with more seclusion (less crowds), spectacular scenery, as well as avoids the long 6-8 hour midnight ascent to the summit (like Marangu and Machame routes). We camp next to the crater and glaciers with a short 2 hour trek to the summit. We are proud to have a 95% success rate with this route.

Q: What can I do to prepare for my climb?

A: Click here to visit our preparation section – it has information concerning all types of aspects of preparation, including packing list, physical fitness, insurance, air tickets, visas, immunizations, medications, and acclimatization.

Q: Can you add a Safari after my Kilimanjaro climb?

A: Yes we can surely add a safari extension to your climb. All our safaris are custom and private. They include a private jeep, guide/driver, national park fees, camping fees, government fees and taxes, as well as accommodations in Luxury Tented Camps.

If this list of most frequently asked questions did not contain your question, please fill out the contact us form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.