Mount Kilimanjaro 6 Days: Marangu Route


Experience our  well crafted 6-day to Mount Kilimanjaro, designed for adventure enthusiasts against Tanzania’s breathtaking landscapes. The journey seamlessly blends challenge and natural beauty, creating a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Our trek is a fusion of adventure, exploration, and the raw grandeur of the African wilderness, each step representing a triumph over physical and mental challenges. Tanzania’s diverse landscapes, from lush rainforests to alpine deserts, unfold throughout the trek. It’s not just about reaching the summit; it’s a transformative experience navigating changing terrains, witnessing unique formations, and forging bonds with fellow trekkers. Our Kilimanjaro trek is fully customizable. If it doesn’t align with your preferences, we’re ready to tailor your experience. Contact us to create a trek that suits your unique vision. Embarking on this 6-day trek is an immersive exploration of self-discovery, resilience, and the wonders of the natural world. Kilimanjaro is both a challenge and an inspiration. With our expertly crafted trek, you’re not just conquering a peak; you’re unlocking a lifetime adventure. Craft Your Adventure and tailor our tours to your desires, personalizing every detail for a journey that resonates with your spirit.


  • Kick-off at Moshi – Begin your ascent from Moshi
  • Reach Marangu Gate (1860m) and establish basecamp at Mandara Hut (2700m).
  • Enjoy  Horombo Hut (3700m) amid stunning vistas and acclimatization to the altitude.
  • Discover Zebra Rocks Marvel.
  • Experience Kibo Hut Ascent.
  • Embark on the summit attempt from Kibo Hut (4700m) to Uhuru Peak 
  • Marangu Farewell.
  • Descend from Horombo Hut (3700m) to Marangu Gate (1860m).


Embark on the exhilarating start of your Kilimanjaro adventure as you gather in Moshi. Our team of seasoned guides will warmly welcome you, ensuring you’re well-prepared for the epic journey ahead. Together, we head to the iconic Marangu Gate (1860m), the gateway to this extraordinary trek.

The trek commences, leading you through a captivating landscape of lush rainforests adorned with diverse flora and fauna. The air is filled with the melodic sounds of native birds, adding a symphonic touch to your hike. As you traverse varied terrains, each step brings you closer to the Mandara Hut (2700m), your haven for the night. Nestled amidst the beauty of nature, this elevation offers a perfect setting for relaxation, reflection, and the anticipation of the adventures to come.

Awaken to the enchanting melodies of the surrounding wilderness at Mandara Hut. Following a hearty breakfast, commence the journey to Horombo Hut (3700m), an ascent that unfolds through heath and moorland landscapes. The trail offers a visual feast of sweeping panoramas, with every step revealing a new facet of Kilimanjaro’s diverse beauty.

This leg of the trek serves not only as a path to higher altitudes but also as a crucial phase of acclimatization. Your body adjusts to the changing conditions, a necessary preparation for the challenges posed by the higher altitudes awaiting you. Upon reaching Horombo Hut, settle into the alpine environment, relishing the sense of accomplishment and the anticipation of the summit climb.

Today’s adventure promises a unique exploration as you venture towards Zebra Rocks (4020m). This distinctive geological formation showcases nature’s artistry, with striped patterns adorning the rocks, creating a visually stunning spectacle.

Upon returning to Horombo Hut (3700m), take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the serene surroundings. The panoramic views, the crisp mountain air, and the camaraderie with fellow trekkers contribute to a sense of tranquility and determination. As the sun sets over the rugged landscape, prepare yourself for the challenges and triumphs that lie ahead.

Embrace the anticipation as you ascend to Kibo Hut (4700m), the strategic basecamp for the impending summit attempt. The terrain transforms into an alpine desert, a stark yet mesmerizing landscape that captures the essence of Kilimanjaro’s diverse ecosystems.

Marvel at the otherworldly beauty of the alpine desert, with its vast stretches of rocky terrain and clear, expansive skies. This segment of the journey serves as both a visual spectacle and a period of crucial acclimatization, preparing you mentally and physically for the challenges of the summit climb. Arriving at Kibo Hut, take a moment to absorb the gravity of the journey and the upcoming pinnacle of your adventure.

The day you’ve been building towards has arrived – the ultimate summit attempt. As the midnight sky blankets the mountain, commence the ascent from Kibo Hut (4700m) towards Uhuru Peak (5895m), the highest point on Kilimanjaro. The crisp mountain air and the glittering stars above create a surreal backdrop to this extraordinary climb.

The journey to Uhuru Peak is both physically demanding and mentally uplifting. As the first rays of dawn illuminate the summit, the sense of achievement is indescribable. Reach the highest point in Africa, Uhuru Peak (5895m), and savor the breathtaking victory over Kilimanjaro. Descend to Horombo Hut (3720m), where a well-earned celebration and restful night await.

Bid farewell to the mountain’s embrace as you descend to Marangu Gate (1860m). The descent offers a chance to reflect on the incredible journey, from the lush rainforests to the alpine deserts, and the victorious summit of Uhuru Peak. Reach Marangu, where your Kilimanjaro trek concludes, leaving you with a profound sense of accomplishment and unforgettable memories.

As you step away from Kilimanjaro, carry with you the echoes of the mountain’s challenges, the camaraderie forged on its slopes, and the triumph of reaching Uhuru Peak. This extraordinary journey is not just a trek; it’s a testament to your resilience, determination, and the boundless wonders of the natural world.


To combine luxury and affordability, we offer accommodations ranging from 4-star comfort to the world’s most exquisite hotels and resorts. When you inquire about the package that suits you best, we will share a list of related accommodations, and we are always open to your suggestions.

For our luxury packages, we provide a superb array of accommodations ranging from 4-star to 5-star hotels. Our selection includes renowned establishments such as NH Collection, Crowne Plaza, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson Hotels, and other comparably luxurious yet affordable options

When booking our premium packages, you will enjoy stays in superior, deluxe rooms, or suites within carefully selected 5-star accommodations, such as Hyatt Regency, Marriott, Sofitel, and Hilton Hotels & Resorts. In addition to our promised excellent service, rest assured that your experience will embody the epitome of luxury.

Upgrade to VIP accommodations for an exclusive stay at handpicked, breathtaking venues at your destinations, including top-notch options such as: Four Seasons, Relais & Châteaux, The Oberoi Hotels and Resorts, and similar elite choices.

All prices are for a luxury private tour designed for two travelers, featuring premium services

  • Early Bird Special: Enjoy a 10% discount per person when booking four months before the tour.
  • Free Upgrades: Enjoy accommodation upgrades during your destination’s low seasons at no extra cost
  • Children under 6 years old: travel for free.
  • Kids under 12: receive a 50% discount.
  • Groups of 4 travelers: enjoy a 10% discount.
  • Groups of 6 or more: receive a 15% discount
  • Groups of ten or more: get a 20% discount.
  • Same family of 4 or more: receives an additional 5% off.

From $2,390.00/person


The best time to visit Tanzania is during its dry seasons, from June to October and January to February. These months offer ideal conditions for wildlife viewing, especially in popular national parks like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. The weather is dry and comfortable, and you can witness the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. For those seeking a beach escape to Zanzibar, the dry season from June to October is also perfect, ensuring sunny days and pleasant temperatures. However, each season has its unique charm, so the best time depends on your specific interests and preferences.

The best time to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is during the dry seasons, which are January to March and June to October. These periods offer clearer skies, lower precipitation, and more stable trekking conditions. January to March is considered the warmer months, making it a popular choice. June to October is also a great time with slightly cooler temperatures. It’s important to note that Kilimanjaro can be climbed year-round, but avoiding the rainy seasons from April to May and November to early December is recommended to enhance the overall trekking experience

The ideal number of days to spend in Tanzania depends on your interests and the experiences you want. For a classic safari focusing on the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, a week is often recommended. If you plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, you’ll need additional days for the trek, typically 7 to 10 days. Adding a few days for relaxation on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar can complete a diverse Tanzanian adventure. Ultimately, the duration depends on your preferences and the specific places you want to explore.

Yes, English is widely spoken in Tanzania, serving as the primary language of instruction in schools and used in government and business settings. While Swahili is the official language, English is commonly used, making it convenient for travelers to communicate and navigate the country.

Tanzania is best known for its stunning wildlife and safaris, including the iconic Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. The country is home to diverse ecosystems, hosting the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, is another prominent feature, attracting climbers from around the world. Additionally, the enchanting Zanzibar archipelago, known for its beautiful beaches and spice plantations, adds cultural and historical richness to Tanzania’s reputation as a top travel destination

Tanzania is generally considered safe for tourists, and many visitors experience a trouble-free stay. However, like any destination, it’s important to take standard safety precautions. Exercise caution in crowded areas, be mindful of your belongings, and use reputable transportation services. In wildlife areas, follow guidelines provided by guides to ensure a safe safari experience. Stay informed about local conditions and adhere to any travel advisories. It’s advisable to check the latest safety recommendations and consult travel resources before your trip.