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Ethical Kilimanjaro via Marangu Route 6 Days

Marangu is a term derived from the native Chagga language and the direct translation is “full of water”. This description corresponds with the luscious, green pastures and beautiful landscapes accordingly. The Marangu Route is highly frequented and it is the oldest route traveled. The Marangu Route is said to be the easiest way to the summit – it ascends gradually which allows for a generally effortless trek. It is the only route that approaches the Kilimanjaro from the southeast. The required time needed to complete the hike is 5 days experts recommend a 6th day for extra acclimatization on the mountain. The accommodation sets this route apart from the others as there is dormitory style sleeping huts. Your own sleeping bag is required but the huts have relatively comfy mattresses and bunks. The Mandara and Kibo Huts can each accommodate 60 people and the Horombo Hut has 120 beds. The huts have communal dining halls and you will have an opportunity to purchase soda, bottled water and beer. The huts have basic washrooms that range from installed plumbing and running water at the lower huts to „long drop ‟ toilets and buckets of water at the Kibo Hut.

  • Spend 2 nights at Moshi.
  • 6 Days Treks through the Kilimanjaro National Park via Marangu Route.
  • A Panoramic view of Kibo peak.
  • A breathtaking view of Mawenzi peak.
  • Spending overnight at the Hut

Arrive at the Kilimanjaro International Airport. You will be met by our guide at the Airport and transferred to the hotel in Moshi.
Accommodation: Panama Garden Resort
Room plan: Double Occupancy
Meal Plan: Bed and Breakfast.


In the morning we will proceed to the Marangu Gate, the duration of the drive is approximately one hour. There will be a chance for you to acquaint yourself with the chefs, guides and porters in Moshi. After registration at the gate we will embark on our 6 days Marangu Route to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. The trek begins in Kilimanjaro‟s rainforest – it is referred to as the mountain‟s timbered skirting and the emerald folds are hemmed by silver streams and shimmer with floral sequins. We will stop at the halfway point, Kisambioni, where an appetising picnic lunch will be served. The trail in the rainforest continues until the site of the Mandara Hut. There is an option of relaxing for the rest of the day or sauntering to the Maundi Crater once we arrive at the camp. You will not regret logging a few extra miles once you catch the first glimpse of the spectacular view of the Taveta in the east. On a clear day, facing the north western region will reveal the wonderful view of the jagged edges of the Mawenzi Peak. Dinner will be served at the dining area.

Elevation Gain: 943 meters (3,000 feet)
Walking Time: 3-4 hours
Distance: 7km
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Mandara Hut
Room plan: Dormitory style


After breakfast we will begin our trek to the Horombo hut. Today‟s terrain, the Killimanjaro‟s moorland, is a total contrast to the rainforest. Desert-like plants are scattered across the rocky landscape and in the distance the presence of Uhuru Peak and Mawenzi is acknowledged. When we get to Kambi ya Taanu we will take a break and enjoy a picnic lunch. Pleasant blue skies will allow you to marvel at the scenic views of Mawenzi and the peaks of Kibo. We will arrive at the Horombo Hut in the afternoon and you will have the opportunity to unwind for the rest of the day. The Horombo Huts are the „luxury‟ huts on Kilimanjaro. The classic huts can accommodate up to eight people and they are used by ascending and descending hikers. Up to one hundred and twenty people can stay at Horombo and there is more space for cooks, guides and porters than at the other huts.

Elevation Gain: 977 meters (3,200 feet)

Walking Time: 5-6 hours

Distance: 11km

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation: Horombo Hut

Room plan: Dormitory style


The purpose of day three is to acclimate yourself to increase your chances of reaching the Uhuru Peak. We suggest that you aim to hike all the way to Mawenzi Hut to enable maximum acclimatization. The other advantageous reward of taking the hike is that the view of Kibo is spectacular from this angle. A delectable lunch will be served and lounge at the huts for the rest of the day.

Elevation Gain and Loss: 880 meters (2,900 feet)
Walking Time: 4-5 hours
Distance: 8 km.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Horombo Hut
Room plan: Dormitory style


We will hike through the alpine desert of the upper altitudes of Kilimanjaro. After an hour we will arrive at the Maua River and encounter our first milestone, a small mountain stream. As you continue walking you will notice that the terrain gradually flattens and the vegetation starts vanishing. Once we come across the Middle Red Hill, we will take a break and eat lunch. The incline of Kilimanjaro‟s Saddle is steady and we will hike along the trail for approximately two hours. Although the environment on the way to Kibo is a desolate dessert and vegetation is scarcely placed across the land – the splendid views of Kibo and Mawenzi enhance the scenic pleasure and add colour to the golden surroundings. We will reach the Kibo Huts in the afternoon. It is recommended that you prepare for your midnight climb and attempt to rest as early as possible.

Elevation Gain: 1,030 meters (3,380 feet)
Walking Time: 6-8hours
Distance: 10km
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Kibo Hut
Room plan: Dormitory style


We will begin the final ascent to Uhuru Peak, Africa‟s rooftop. You will set off into the darkness of the midnight skies with a curious mix of minor fatigue and raw adrenalin that will carry you to the summit. The hike beings with a gruelling five hour trek to Gillman‟s Point, located on the perimeter of the crater. This trail is tremendously difficult irrespective of the fact that it is considered the easiest ascent path. It takes approximately two hours to come across the first major rest stop, William‟s point. It is positioned at 500 metres and you will continue for another thirty minutes before encountering the rocky terrain that leads the way to Gillman‟s Point (5,681 metres). The actual hike to Gilman‟s does not have a great level of difficulty but when you combine the hike with a high altitude, it becomes tiring and long. You will hike for a further two hours before reaching your goal, Uhuru Peak. Before our descent begins, you can take photos of the magnificent landscape and your group. You will realize that the route down the summit has remarkable views that were out of sight whilst ascending.

We will stop at the Kibo Hut to give you a chance to catch your breath. In the afternoon we will arrive at the Horombo Huts. You can relax and savour your last night on the mountain. Elevation Gain: 1,145 meters (3,760 feet)
Elevation Loss: 2,175 meters (7,140 feet)
Walking Time: 11- 13hours
Distance: 18km
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Horombo Hut
Room plan: Dormitory style


After enjoying your last breakfast in the dining area, you will start your last trek. The descent to the Marangu gate includes one of the most beautiful sights, Kilimanjaro‟s cloud forest. Marvel at the rays of light and mysterious puffs of white that gleam through the underpass of branches. Please remain alert when you are walking as the path tends to get slippery. Our vehicles with take you back to Hotel in Moshi .

Elevation Loss: 1,920 meters (6,295 feet)
Walking Time: 5-6 hours
Distance: 19km
Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch.
Accommodation: Panama Garden Resort
Room plan: Double Occupancy based Bed and Breakfast.


On this day we will your departure, If you will have more time you can extend your tour to wildlife safari in northern circuit to Serengeti and Ngorongoro or Zanzibar, but additional cost will be required.

Meal Plan: Breakfast

  • 2 ways transfer to and from Kilimanjaro airport.
  • Tanzania 18% VAT on tourism activities and park fees.
  • The Adequate and appropriate number of guides, porters, and cooks for your Trek.
  • Government taxes.
  • All park fees, camping fees, rescue fees, and team fees.
  • Transfers to and from the route gate(s) (2 transfers).
  • Dining tent and sleeping tent  not applicable on the Marangu route as all the meals are served at the camp in designated dining hall.
  • 2 nights in a hotel in Moshi on a Bed & Breakfast basis and Double Occupancy (1 night before trekking & 1 night after trekking).
  • 3 full fresh meals daily. We provide fresh food on the mountain in plentiful and well prepared by skilled professional cooker (we also
    consider your choice of food that you would prefer -Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian). Menu especially designed for climbers.
  • Hot drinks on the mountain and Hot water for washing will be provided every day on the mountain.
  • 3-4 liters of mineral (per Climber) provided daily during the climb.
  • Emergency evacuation is covered by a Kili MedAir helicopter, but the climber must have insurance that covers up to 6000 meters above sea level.
  • Carbon Offset.
  • Hotel accommodation includes storage facilities for excess luggage during hikes.
  • Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees (Kilimanjaro Rescue Team).
  • Chief guide carries a Pulse Ox meter, used to take blood-oxygen level readings of clients twice a day.
  • Forest fee.
  • Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summit aid).
  • Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only).
  • Salaries for the mountain support crew, as per required by MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND NATURAL RESOURCES and KPAP.
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as hot drinks on the mountain.
  • Porter to carry your duffel bag, with a maximum weight of 15kg / 32 lbs from one camp to the next camp.
  • Kilimanjaro National Park certificate for your successful summit attempt.

  • Visa fee (50 US$ /100 US$ for American or Irish Passport holders – to be paid upon arrival).
  • Tips.
  • Drinks and beverages in Hotel.
  • Personal hiking/trekking gear – you could rent some of the gear in Tanzania.
  • Sleeping bag.
  • Snacks or Energy Bar.
  • Personal Medicine.
  • Water Purifying Tablets.
  • Meals and drinks not specified.
  • Sleeping bag rental, Mountain Hardware  Lamina™ -20F/-29C, per trip  $50.
  • Extra porter(Personal porter), for excess gear, costs $30 per day.
  • Trekking poles rental, telescopic, cost $20 per trip.
  • Single Supplement(Single Tent and Single Room) for the trip cost $250 per person.
  • Extra night at the hotel costs $90 for Double Occupancy, $70 for single occupancy  on the bed and breakfast basis.
  • Guide – $15 to $20 per day.
  • Assistant Guide – $10 to $15 per day.
  • Cook – $10 to $15 per day.
  • Porters – $6 to $10 per day per porter.

All Our Kilimanjaro Prices are in US Dollar

On Kilimanjaro National Park,

  • An adult aged 16 years old and above
  • The Child is aged from 5-15 years old.

We offer the Kilimanjaro climb as a Private Climb or Group Climb.


Below are the 6 days Marangu route Group Climb Price

For 6 days, Marangu route with 2 nights at a hotel (1 night before the climb and 1 night after the climb)
For a Group Climb, the price will be $2450 per adult sharing (Double Occupancy)
For a Group Climb, the price will be $1950 per child sharing (Double Occupancy).


Below are the 6 days Marangu route Private Climb Price

For 6 days, Marangu route with 2 nights at a hotel (1 night before the climb and 1 night after the climb)
For a Private Climb, the price will be $2950 per adult sharing(Double Occupancy).
For a Private Climb, the price will be $2450 per child sharing (Double Occupancy).


Single supplement during the climb (single room and single tent) will cost $250 per person extra for both private climb and group join the climb.

We are doing ethical climbs and responsible Trekking; we believe the tourism the industry has an obligation and a great opportunity to protect the world‟s natural
habitats, cultural heritage sites, and communities. We actively promote environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
We are not doing cheap Climb, cheap climb means we are doing tourism while exploiting our Porters who are the ones who make Kilimanjaro trek possible for the vast majority of climbers, and who do all the heavy lifting. Fair and ethical treatment of our porters (crew) is one of the important priorities of Eco-Africa Climbing when we do climb. We are proud to be a Partner of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP). Please contact ([email protected]) to confirm this.
KPAP raises public awareness regarding the proper treatment of porters on Kilimanjaro and assists climbing companies with implementing procedures that
ensure fair and ethical treatment of their porters. Every of our climb is audited by KPAP to ensure crewmembers are provided proper salaries, tips procedure, food, equipment and sleeping conditions.