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About Us – Top Kilimanjaro

Mt. Kilimanjaro is the free-standing and #1 highest mountain in Africa at 5,895 meters above the sea level. But it isn’t a mountain in an old sense. It is a huge stratovolcano that started forming about a million years past and is self-possessed of several coatings of hardened volcanic ash, lava, pumice as well as tephra — fragmental substantial that is the outcome from a volcanic eruption.

Mt. Kilimanjaro has three standing volcanic pinecones which build up to it: Kibo is a Peak; Mawenzi at 16,893 feet (5,149 meters); and Shira at 13,000 feet (3,962 meters). Whereas Uhuru Peak is the highest peak on Kibo’s crater edge.

Our Mount Kilimanjaro treks are planned based on the definite details regarded by our mountaineering experts, who take into consideration each feature that donates to a successful climb.

[fa icon=”fa-chevron-right” color=”#2e3b4e”]   Our mission is to have fun and enjoy nature

[fa icon=”fa-chevron-right” color=”#2e3b4e”]   Our goal is healthy mind and body

[fa icon=”fa-chevron-right” color=”#2e3b4e”]   Our vision is beeing one with nature

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Our Mount Kilimanjaro treks are planned based on the definite details regarded by our mountaineering experts, who take into consideration each feature that donates to a successful climb.

Covered in a haze for most of the day, Mount Kilimanjaro is the most tourist-attractive spot in Tanzania, dragging in tens of thousands of outsiders and locals each year. The snow, which once had vanished on some parts of the mountain, is a leg up again slowly, making an attractive image out of the Kibo peak.