Mountain Kilimanjaro an amazing aspect is that no climbing equipment for previous experience is needed to access the peak. Though it is a considerable challenge, it is the highest mountain that regular tourists can climb. Breathable oxygen at the summit is less than half the level of what is available at sea level, and climbers traverse eighty Kilometers over the five days it takes to reach the top and return. There are several different climbing routes including the Marangu, Rongai, Lemosho, Shira, Umbwe, and Machame.
Every year the number of climbers escalates. In the last century it has risen to over a thousand per year. This has made it necessary for the National Park to insist that all climbers are pre-booked. Passes are no longer issued last minute at the gate.
1,668 sq km (641 sq miles).
Location: Northern Tanzania, near the town of Moshi.
128 km (80 miles) from Arusha.
About one hour’s drive from Kilimanjaro airport.
Mt. Kilimanjaro can be climbed at any time of the year but the best months to visit the park are from August to October and January to March and December through to February are the warmest months. The weather is warm, and the skies are clear so the snowy summit of the mountain is readily visible. July through September is cooler, but also a great time to visit the mountain. Rainfall occurs during the remaining months.
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