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The Rongai route on Mount Kilimanjaro is seven days and camping only; this route is viewed as lower traffic and simpler route contrasted with those on the southern slants. Its points of interest are a progressively steady ascent as far as terrain which considers astounding acclimatization, in addition, we also incorporate an extra day’s acclimatization so you can appreciate the stunning landscape from Mawenzi camp. The days are shorter and less demanding on the Rongai route.


Mount Kilimanjaro


It takes five days ascending through the backwoods, onto the heathland and to the summit originating from the NNE side of the mountain and in the wake of summiting there are two days of plunge and exit through Mweka Gate on day seven. The trek is an incredible chance to see diverse vegetation and wide-eyed toward perspectives, particularly from higher camps.


The Rongai Route is a camping trip for an average group size of 5 individuals there is generally a limit of 25 individuals yet this is typically only for sorted out private groups; most group sizes are 4 – 6 individuals utilizing top quality mountain tents, comfortable sleeping pads, and qualified guides who accompany you throughout the journey, porters who convey the bags and equipment, and cooks who provide new, delicious nourishment consistently. The proportion of guide: climber is 1:2 or 1:3 relying upon your group size.

The Rongai Route is the only route that appraoches Kilimanjaro from the north, near the Kenyan border.


Due to its remote setting the Rongai Route receives the least traffic of all the routes on Kilimanjaro.


Six day trekkers do not spend an additional day at Mawenzi Tarn (4,300 meters) to acclimatise.



Day 1: Arrival


Day 2: Rongai Gate to Rongai Cave


Day 3: Rongai Camp to Kikelewa Camp


Day 4: Kikelewa Camp to Mawenzi Tarn


Day 5: Mawenzi Tarn to Kibo Hut


Day 6: Kibo Hut to Summit Attempt to Horombo Hut


Day 7: Horombo Hut to Marangu Gate


Day 8: Departure



Rongai Gate

Rongai Cave

Kikelewa Camp

Mawenzi Tarn

Kibo Hut

Uhuru Peak


Overnight Stays in Mountain Huts

Professional, Experienced, Mountain Guides and porters

All Park Fees

Rescue Fees

All Meals

Quality Mess Tents with Table and Chairs

Purified Drinking Water

Safety Procedures

Airport Transfers

Accommodation in Arusha


Tanzania Visa


Personal Expenses

Optional Tours {Short Safari After Your Climb}

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