Towering over the plains of Tanzania, Mt Kilimanjaro reaches up to 5896m and is an epic destination for travellers looking for the challenge of a lifetime. It’s a big draw card for trekkers travelling in East Africa, since the climb itself doesn’t require any technical equipment. However, the altitude can cause complications, and many who attempt the summit are forced to turn around before reaching the ultimate lookout point across Africa. A Kilimanjaro holiday will most likely prove the adventure of a lifetime, but be ready for an extraordinary physical challenge.

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Top reviews on Kilimanjaro holidays

A holiday that takes in a Kilimanjaro climb is a serious undertaking. So you’ll need to do your research before booking to ensure this is the right experience for you. We’ve compiled all of the feedback from our past passengers who have climbed the mountain on an Intrepid trip, so you can read their reviews to get an idea of what the experience is really like.

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, September 2017

Christine Deston

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, September 2017

Emma Harris

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, September 2017

Robert Gamble

Africa Encompassed Northbound, July 2017

Brodie Madill

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, September 2017

Carl Lang

Best of East Africa, August 2017

Brenda Blaney

Serengeti & Kilimanjaro, August 2017

Simon Butler

Serengeti & Kilimanjaro, August 2017

Denise Schwahn

Serengeti & Kilimanjaro, August 2017

Brian Crowley

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, August 2017

Annalene Mc Conville

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, August 2017

Nahida Khan

Kilimanjaro - Marangu Route, June 2017

Kate Ealey

Blogs on Kilimanjaro

Sep 30, 2017

What I wish I knew before climbing Kilimanjaro

One writer took on the Machame Route in Tanzania. Here's what she learned, plus...

Jan 11, 2017

Climbing Kilimanjaro with blind athlete Dan Berlin

We joined forced with Team See Possibilities once more to conquer Africa's tallest...

Nov 30, 2016

Traveller stories: I climbed Kilimanjaro for...

"If you want to go far, go together…" This was our mantra as we climbed Kilimanja...