Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest free-standing mountain, at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) is the tallest mountain in Africa.
It is easy to climb
Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the seven summits because it requires no technical skills or equipment, such as rope, harness, crampons or ice ax. All you have to do is walk up with experts that will make sure will reach the top and back safe.
Glaciers on the top of Mount Kilimanjaro was highly debated because the scientist in the past did not believe that they could exist so near to the equator. They do! It is a reward the beautiful ice that gives you an out of this world experience transporting you into a wonderland.
Mount Kilimanjaro has a variety of animals that live at the base of the mountain and also in the forest ecosystem. With a diverse and unique collection of plants and flowers, Mount Kilimanjaro’s beauty will take your breath away. The forest is also home to Monkeys (both Blue and Colobus) are prevalent on specific routes and while olive baboons, leopards, mongooses, elephants, bushbabies, giraffes, and buffaloes are known to visit the mountain, slopes they are rarely seen.