Trek Kilimanjaro

Climb Kilimanjaro: a trek to the roof of Africa

Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most impressive sights in Africa and climbing it is one of the all time great achievements. Rising majestically from the Savannah lands of northern Tanzania, Kilimanjaro soars to a chilling 5,895m high peak (well above the cloud line).

It’s the highest mountain in Africa and the largest free-standing mountain in the world. The feeling you get as you climb Kilimanjaro and watch the sun rise over the vast African plains is truly an incredible experience.

Kilimanjaro’s location on an open plain close to the Indian Ocean and its great size and height strongly influence the climate, vegetation, animal life and the climbing conditions. It also creates its own weather system affecting the surrounding rainfall pattern, which means that hiking Kilimanjaro requires immense stamina, persistence and a waterproof resilience.

We have taken over 4000 people (and counting) book their Kilimanjaro charity trek through our company. Our treks are fully inclusive and use only the best guides and equipment on the mountain. If you would like to climb Kilimanjaro for charity, then you have come to the right place!

All the information you need on Kilimanjaro can be found by clicking the “view info pack” button to the right, and you can book your departure is below! But if you would like to speak to one of our friendly UK team please don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0131 454 3420.


- Summit the world’s highest free standing mountain!
- Over 95% of all of our participants, to date, have reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
- Trek through five different eco-systems!
- Get the opportunity for a project exposure day upon arrival in Tanzania so you can see first hand how your fundraising has helped – people less fortunate than ourselves (depending on which charity you choose to raise for).
- You will have a fully trained and dedicated Challenge Leader for your expedition who will be joining you on your challenge!
- Meet your team on social events and group fundraising activities before you head away to Tanzania.
- We are an ethical tour operator, with all our challenges locally-led so you can immerse yourself in the culture and so we can provide employment opportunities for local people.
- You may have the opportunity to join our post-challenge excursions, with once in a life-time trips on a Safari and visit to the idyllic island of Zanzibar!



8th June 2015BathThe Children's Society£325
15th June 2015Birmingham City UniversityThe Children's Society£325
4th July 2015Glasgow CaledonianCLIC Sargent£325
24th August 2015Stirling & Southampton SolentWorldwide Cancer Research£325
25th August 2015SussexHope for Children£325
26th August 2015BournemouthHope for Children£325
27th August 2015NottinghamHope for Children£325
28th August 2015ExeterHope for Children£325
29th August 2015UCL & UWSHope for Children£325
30th August 2015SouthamptonHope for Children£325
30th August 2015Plymouth & PortsmouthMeningitis Research Foundation£325
31st August 2015ReadingHope for Children£325
31st August 2015PlymouthMeningitis Research Foundation£325
1st September 2015NottinghamHope for Children£325
2nd September 2015Leeds College of Art & HertfordshireHope for Children£325
3rd September 2015Cambridge & SurreyHope for Children£325
4th September 2015Birmingham & KentMeningitis Research Foundation£325
5th September 2015Oxford University Student UnionOxford University Student Union£325
6th September 2015LoughboroughMeningitis Research Foundation£325
7th September 2015LoughboroughMeningitis Research Foundation£325