It’s without doubt one of the most impressive sights in Africa, and climbing Kilimanjaro for charity is one of the all-time great achievements.
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Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro…
Rising over the Savannah lands of northern Tanzania, Uhuru Peak - the summit of Kilimanjaro and the highest point in Africa - soars to 5,895m.
The feeling of watching the sun rise over the African plains as you reach the summit is truly an unforgettable experience.
Follow in the footsteps of the 2019 BBC Comic Relief #ReturnToKili team - consisting of massive names such as Ed Balls, Dani Dyer and Little Mix - in tackling this epic adventure.
Over the years, we have taken over 8,000 people to the Roof of Africa. Will you be next?
Climbing Kilimanjaro is the quintessential trekking challenge. To reach the summit you'll need stamina, persistence and resilience. But nothing compares to the feeling of pride after conquering this iconic East African landmark.
We embark hundreds of trekkers to Tanzania each year, with each individual coming away with their own unique story to tell. We offer both student and non-student trips, check out the pages below to see what fits for you!
Extend your stay in Tanzania:
When you book onto our Kilimanjaro trek, you can opt to add our extension trip to your challenge.
You can opt to head out on a stunning 2-day Tanzanian safari, in which you’ll indulge in the natural beauty and stunning wildlife surrounding Lake Manyara and the Ngorongoro Crater. To top it all off, you’ll kick back and relax for 5 days on the paradise that is the glorious beaches of Zanzibar. Whether you’re exploring the local area or bathing in the crystal clear ocean, there’s no better way to celebrate your achievement.
Have a read of Ben’s Seven Days in Paradise blog here.
Don’t just take our word for it!
We have a whole bunch of cracking Kilimanjaro content created by our budding trekkers year after year. Not least, the incredible video created by one of our expedition medics, Nathan (right).
Another of our previous trekkers, Nelam, wrote an inspired blog on her trip, giving praise to the paradise that is Moshi. She loved learning a new language and experiencing awe-inspiring scenery found no-where else in the world. Check it out.
Keen on finding out about the trek first hand? We’d love to chat! Feel free to give us a ring in the office on 020 3773 4140 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org