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Mount Kibo

Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania
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Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest "free-Standing" mountain in the world. The mere sight is... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2017
Sanjeet S
Nairobi, Kenya
team kilimanjaro is the best!

Team Kilimanjaro took care of us from the time we left JRO (airport an hour out of Arusha) until... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
al g
Mission Viejo, California
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest "free-Standing" mountain in the world. The mere sight is astounding. A must for adventure seekers

Thank Sanjeet S
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Team Kilimanjaro took care of us from the time we left JRO (airport an hour out of Arusha) until the time they returned us to the airport some 2.5 weeks later after guiding us up the mountain and then on a long safari. fantastic company,...More

Thank al g
Reviewed 2 February 2017

It was such an amazing trip I enjoyed every minutes of it the whole group,the food,everything was great.

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Reviewed 17 August 2016

Kibo certainly is "must do" and so much more than just ticking the box and reaching the summit. The journey is its own reward - all the preparations and excitement upfront, making friends with your guides and fellow hikers, the singing of the porters, the...More

1  Thank AlexandraTanbai
Reviewed 5 July 2016

The Kibo summit is the best preserved crater on the mountain; its southern lip is slightly higher than the rest of the rim, and the highest point on this southern lip is known as Uhuru Peak. At 5895m, this is highest point in Africa and...More

1  Thank Sarah J
Reviewed 19 May 2016 via mobile

Taking steps on the last day as we approached Stella was challenging but become a smooth hjourney after it till uhuru peak

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Reviewed 10 April 2016

When tourists climb Kilimanjaro, Kibo peak is the determination destination. Kibo peak is among top 3 Volcano features of Mount Kilimanjaro. Kibo has height of 5895 m and is highest point in Africa. This makes Mount Kilimanjaro become Roof of Africa. Travel journey to reach...More

2  Thank andymF9012IA
Reviewed 3 March 2016

This mountain is one of the largest volcanoes in the world. It has three main volcanic peaks, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira,The whole mountain including the montane forest belt is very rich in species, in particular mammals, many of them endangered species.

1  Thank Robert-Woiso
Reviewed 22 October 2015

Summary of day 1 and 2, more to follow shortly Day 1: From the gate the trail into the rain forest immediately went up a steep hill, fortunately the trail became gradual quickly after the first bit of elevation. Our experienced ClimbKili guides immediately set...More

1  Thank RoarLoud
Reviewed 16 September 2015

We treked for six days and it was amazing to be on top of the highest mountian in Africa. There are six to seven routes you can take to get to the top, we took Rongai route and we had no issues with accomodations, food,...More

Thank happy460
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2 April 2015|
Response from martinalisicak |
Mi trip organize Travel Rural and this is my recommendation to you!
My husband and I are keen to climb Kili but a few questions please. We have had altitude sickness before but did not prepare well for the trip. We were much younger and flew into Himalayas and then trekked and carried all our own kit. We would prepare much better this time, but are scared of altitude sickness. We are also worried as I had a severe head injury (yes- it was riding when my horse fell on me- I don't ride anymore!), about 18 months ago, that has left me with homonymous hemianopia. I am otherwise well, returned to work and have trained and worked hard- eg for the Collas Crill non-stop 48.1 mile walk around Jersey coastline. But I believe it might be better for my husband and myself to climb somewhere smaller such as Mount Meru first and then climb Kili? Is that right? Do you do slightly smaller climbs to prepare for the altitude? Or would that tire us out too much before the big one? We are both doctors, so worry about the health aspects. Is it a problem for someone on blood pressure tablets?
2 April 2015|
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