Seen as far as Amboseli National Park in Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro - the highest peak in Africa and one of the 7 highest in the world at 5,895m above sea level represents the pinnacle of mountain summit for many climbers around the world where more than 15,000 hikers suit up and climb Mount Kilimanjaro every year on the world's tallest freestanding mountain. With 6 routes of various levels and experiences, this is a chance to achieve a milestone for that self-actualizing moment.
Why Mount Kilimanjaro?
Mount Kilimanjaro is not a wildlife destination and animal species are rarely seen on the slopes of one of the 7 highest peaks in the world. On the lower elevations in the tropical rainforest, there are however opportunities to spot primate species such as the colobus monkeys along the Marangu, Lemosho, Shira and Rongai trekking routes.