8 Days / 7 Nights Mount Kilimanjaro trekking by Lemosho route most scenic and wilderness.

Lingua ceco, Olandese, Inglese, Esperanto, Estone, Francese, georgiano, Tedesco, Irish, svedese
Costo 2465 USD per escursione
Numero di partecipanti Gruppo fino a 4 persone
Durata 1 settimana 1 giorno

Karibu! Welcome! Emmanuel M. Minja as a Professional Mountain Guide to Mount Kilimanjaro. Emmanuel unique business knowledge degree from the University of Dar Es Salaam with combination of in-depth experience of the nature and the wildlife has provided the achievement of the vision and mission through providing safe adventure trips in Tanzania.

As passionate ambassadors of our beautiful land, I strive to meet your every need so that your trip lives in your memory as the best time of your life. Until we see you again.


Mount Kilimanjaro consists of 6 established routes for trekking there are Marangu, Machame, Lemosho, Shira, Rongai and Umbwe. The Marangu, Machame, and Umbwe routes all approach from the south of the mountain. The Lemosho and Shira routes approach from the west. The Rongai route approaches from the north. All routes except Marangu and Rongai descend via Mweka route.

The Lemosho route is traditionally one of the quieter and lesser-known routes on the mountain. It’s also the newest and probably the most diverse in terms of the ecological systems and landscapes it passes through. The first two days of this route take you through lush rainforest before you emerge into heath and moorland then join the Machame Route on the third day. This narrow trail, which begins on the Western side of Kilimanjaro, has some very steep and undulating sections. Hikers overnight in tents.

Day 1: After beautiful forests and moorlands it crosses the Shira Plateau on day 3 to connect with the Machame Route at Lava Tower and down towards Barranco Valley via the Southern Circuit. You may be lucky enough to see buffalo, elephant and other game. Because this route can be done over a longer period of time for acclimatization, it has a higher success rate of summit.

Duration: 8 – Days

Difficulty: Average

Scenery: Very Bounty

Traffic: Middle

Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport or your of advisory point of pick up, you will be met and greet with a representative of Tanzania Dreams and transferred to your booked hotel for briefing, dinner and overnight. Your head mountain guide will meet you for your briefing, gear checking.

DAY 1: LONDROSSI GATE – MTI MKUBWA CAMP: 4.8km / 3-4 hrs. | Rainforest

Elevation: 2780m

Departing from Mosh or Arusha and drive will take you through welcoming mountainside villages to the Kilimanjaro National Park Gate. We will patiently wait for our permits to be issued while watching the hustle and bustle of operations as many crews prepare for the journey ahead Enjoy the beautiful rainforest scenery and windy trails while your guide tells you about the local flora and fauna and natural wildlife. At these lower elevations, the trail can be muddy and quite slippery. We highly recommend gaiters and trekking poles here.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 3-4 Hours

Habitat: Forest


Elevation: 3610m

After had a good night sleep and a hearty breakfast, we emerge from the rain forest and continue on an ascending path, we leave the forest behind now, the trail climbs steadily with wide views to reach the rim of the Shira Plateau. Temperatures begin to drop.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 5-6 Hours

Habitat: Moorland

DAY 3: SHIRA I CAMP – SHIRA 2 CAMP: 10km Moorland

Elevation: 3900m

You will wake up early morning and breakfast; continue on an ascending path, we leave the camp behind now, the trail climbs steadily with wide views to reach the rim of the Shira Plateau. Temperatures begin to drop. On arrival at Shira 2 camp you will be served with hot lunch, relax followed by dinner and overnight

Distance: 10km – Hiking Time 4Hours

Habitat: Moorland


Elevation: 3950m

Although you end the day around the same elevation as when you began, this day is very important for acclimatization. From Shira Plateau we continue east up a ridge, passing the junction towards the Kibo peak before we then continue, South East towards the Lava Tower, called the “Shark’s Tooth” (elev. 4600m). Shortly after the tower, we come to a second junction, which leads to the Arrow Glacier. We then continue to descend to overnight at Barranco Camp. Dinner and overnight.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 5-6 Hours

Habitat: Moorland

DAY 5: BARRANCO CAMP – KARANGA CAMP: 5.2km - Alpine Desert

Elevation: 3930m

After breakfast, we continue on a steep ridge up to the adventurous Barranco Wall to the Karanga Valley and the junction, which connects, with the Mweka Trail. This is one of the most impressive days to see the power, agility, and strength of your crew zip over this wall with what appears such ease. Dinner and overnight at Karanga Camp.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 3-4Hours

Habitat: Alpine Desert

DAY 6: HIKE KARANGA CAMP – BARAFU CAMP: 3.3km - Alpine Desert

Elevation: 4672m

We continue up toward Barafu Camp, and once reached you have now completed the South Circuit, which offers a variety of breathtaking views of the summit from many different angles. An early dinner and rest as we prepare for summit night. Overnight at Barafu Camp.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 3 Hours

Habitat: Alpine Desert

DAY 7: BARAFU CAMP – SUMMIT: 25km – MWEKA CAMP: | Glaciers, Snow Capped Summit

Elevation: 5895m

Excitement is building as morning comes with an early start between midnight and 2 a.m. This is the most mentally and physically challenging portion of the trek.

We continue our way to the summit between the Rebmann and Ratzel glaciers trying to stay warm and focused on the amazing sense of accomplishment that lies ahead. With a switchback motion in a northwesterly direction and ascend through heavy scree towards Stella Point on the crater rim. You will be rewarded with the most magnificent sunrise during your short rest here. Faster hikers may view the sunrise from the summit. From here on your remaining 1 hour ascent to Uhuru Peak, you are likely to encounter snow all the way.

Congratulations, one step at a time you have now reached Uhuru Peak the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro and the entire continent of Africa!

After photos, celebrations and maybe a few tears of joy we take a few moments to enjoy this incredible accomplishment. We begin our steep descent down to Mweka Camp, stopping at Barafu for lunch and a very brief rest. We strongly recommend gaiters and trekking poles for uncooperative loose gravel and volcano ash terrain. Well-deserved rest awaits you to enjoy your last evening on the mountain. Dinner and overnight Mweka Camp.

Distance: 5km – Hiking Time 15 Hours

Habitat: Alpine Desert


Elevation: 1850m

After breakfast and a heartfelt ceremony of appreciation and team bonding with your crew, it’s time to say goodbye tipping. We continue the descent down to the Mweka Park Gate to receive your summit certificates. As the weather is drastically warmer, the terrain is wet, muddy and steep and we highly recommend Gaiters and trekking poles.

From the gate, a vehicle will meet you and drive to Mweka village for lunch and continue with the to drive your booked hotel in Moshi or Arusha. Enjoy a long overdue hot shower, dinner and overnight.


We charge US $2,465 per person for a group from 2 - 5 people all inclusive. For a group from 6 people and above the price US $2,255 per person all inclusive.

Extra Day up the mountain charge US $308


• Kilimanjaro trekking according to the itinerary

• Professional, English-speaking Wilderness First Responder & CPR certified Guide

• Proper Ration of Mountain crew (Cook & Porters)

• Pre and Post accommodations (2 nights Bed and Breakfast)

• Airport Transfers

• Meals according to the itinerary

• Drinking water and Full Board Meals

• All National Park Fees, camping fee, Crew Permits and Value added tax 18%

• Fair and Sustainable Salary Crew Wages

• Gate Transfers

• Oxygen Cylinder

• Quality Imported Equipment


• Flights

• Visa fees

• Travel or Medical Insurance is required and you should ask for Recommendation

• Gamow Bag

• Medication

• Tips for porters and mountain crew

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