Africa’s highest mountain awaits. Its snow-capped peak shimmers above the East African plains. Monkeys guard its lower slopes. As you ascend you can appreciate that this ancient volcano is also the highest freestanding mountain on the planet.
Climbing Kilimanjaro will take you at least seven days (shorter itineraries have a low success rate due to altitude sickness). On a private tour you will ascend to 5,895 metres and stand on top of Africa, on top of the world.
All your gear is carried by porters and the camps are comfortable, but not luxurious. Here the luxury comes from the challenge and the inimitability of where you are.