|Number of days:||7 Days|
|Number of nights:||6 Nights|
|Usage frequencies:||Busiest Route used by 45% of all Kilimanjaro trekkers|
|Note: A good route with highest success rate to the summit due to longer acclimatization period obtained by serving overnight stay at Karanga or Lava Tower camp|
Details by Day
Day 0: At Arusha, Tanzania
- Meet our professional guide English/French/Germany language depend with your request,
- Transfer to Arusha town late afternoon
- Program briefing with our representatives
- Check gears
- Respond to any questions
- Overnight stay at Hotel in Arusha
Day 1: At Machame Gate
- Depart by vehicle to machame.
- At the gate your will meet a team of crew preparing packing camping stuff and registration
- begin trekking from Machame gate and continue through forest zone to Machame camp
- Have a picnic lunch with scenic outlook for pretty flora and a graduation of climate zones enroute.
- Overnight stay at Machame Camp with full board.
Day 2: At Shira Camp
- Trek to Shira Camp.
- A picnic lunch is taken on trail.
- Pass through a passage attracted with plants.
- Various geologic features can be seen from lava to glacial valleys.
- Overnight stay at Shira Camp for full board
Day 3: At Barranco
- Walk high to sleep low through alpine desert and for those that are feeling strong you can even head up to Lava Tower then descending to Barranco camp.
- Lunch is taken as a picnic lunch enroute.
- You will experience great acclimatization day!
- Overnight Barango Camp for full board basis.
Day 4: At Karanga
- Trek Barranco wall which get us to a rolling trail on the south-eastern edge of Kibo with excellent view of the Southern Icefields.
- Trek to the camp at Karanga (4,000 m.).
- There is abundant time to rest for a short time with optional acclimatization walk in the afternoon up the valley above the camp. [4-5 hours walking]
Day 5: At the South-East Valley
- Trek the steep Karanga, and then
- Trek through compacted scree with wide outlook to reach Mweka Junction (4,150 m.).
- Gradually hike to reach the Barafu campsite (4,600 m.)
- Resting and acclimatization for the final climb before an early night. [4-5 hours walking]
Day 6: At Uhuru Peak (5,896 m)
- Start trekking early in the morning in order to be at the Crater rim by sunrise.
- The trek over slack volcanic scree which is steeper has several well-graded zig-zags landscapes
- Rest there for a small amount of to use of the sunrise over Mawenzi.
- You can make the 2 hour round trip from here along the crater rim to Uhuru Peak (5,896 m.),
- The retrace to Barafu and continue to go down to reach our final campsite (3,800 m.)
- Some of us will may be too tired to see the gorgeousness of the forest surrounding the crowded campsite. [11-15 hours walking]
Day 7: At Mweka Gate
- A constant descend through lavish green forest with lush bushes takes us to the Mweka Gate and on through coffee and banana farms to Mweka village. [4-6 hours walking]