Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most popular adventure sports in Africa. It takes around three days to reach the summit of this mountain. This mountain is located in the Eastern Kilimanjaro National Park and is accessible by a narrow trail. Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro is best experienced during the spring season, between March and May, or at any other time when the weather is suitable.

Before you embark on the trek up mount kilimanjaro, it is important that you get proper instructions. The most important route to take is the eastern approach which starts from the town of Mombasa and takes you through Ngorongoro Crater, Kilimanjaro National Park, and finally ends at the Serengeti following a long detour to the Zimani Gate. There are also other minor routes that you can follow, but they tend to be less convenient and therefore less enjoyable. It is important to choose a safe route as this will ensure that you reach the summit in the least amount of time and in the best condition.

Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro is made easier for climbers by the presence of a number of support structures such as gorges, cliffs, and sleeping bags, at the foot of the mountain. Some of these trekking mount kilimanjaro tours are specially designed for those who are new to this sport. In such cases, there are experts who can advise how to acclimatize to the sudden change of altitude. They also provide equipment such as sleeping bags and comfortable clothing.

One of the most popular destinations for trekking Mount Kilimanjaro is in Tanzania, where this magnificent mountain reaches its peak during the dry season. Since most of the travelers trek to this summit, there are many camps around the base where travelers can remain for the night and then resume their journey the following day. If you want to have an easy and comfortable journey to the summit, it is advisable to travel with a Tanzania based Tanzania travel professional.

Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro is not an easy task and takes weeks or months to complete. Even experienced mountaineers find it hard to summit night because of the sudden changes of the elevations. Even with the assistance of a Tanzania high altitude travel professional, it is not impossible to reach the summit, but at the same time very hard. For those who have high altitude experience, they can tackle this task easily and safely. But for the first time mountaineers or trekkers, it is advisable to take help from a high altitude travel agent or guide.

The most appropriate way to approach this journey is called the Machame Route. This route starts from Serengeti in northern Tanzania and passes through central Tanzania. In this route, the climbers have to tackle the Ngorongoro Conservation region. The route goes through Tsavo, Idzang, Manyara, Selous and finally reaches the town of Maun among the most popular tourist spots in Tanzania. From there, the climbers have to take the long way to the summit. It takes them more than eight days to reach the summit.