Kilimanjaro West
Stay in the vicinity of Africa’s highest mountain

Experience the traditional Maasai culture

Off the Tanzanian tourist trail

At 5’895 m, Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain massif in Africa. The landscape was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. The mountain is visible from miles around and its (still) snow-covered peak rises majestically above the surrounding plains.
The Kilimanjaro mountain massif’s snow-covered, world-renowned landmark, the Uhuru Peak, stands as a symbol for the beauty of East Africa. The massif is of volcanic origin and actually comprises three mountains, the Shira (3962m), the Kibo (5895m) and the Mawenzi (5148m). Volcanic activity in the region is minimal, and mountain climbers have nothing to fear.
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