Day 1: ARUSHA / MOSHI – LONDOROSI PARK GATE

Leave Arusha at 6.30am and drive to Londorossi Park Gate then on to the Lemosho, Glades (2100m, 3h.). Walk along forest trails to Mti Mkubwa (big tree) campsite, (2750m, 3h.)

Dinner and Overnight

Day 2: SHIRA RIDGE

The trail steepens and crosses several streams in the giant heather zone. The Shira Ridge is crossed (3600m) to the Shira Plateau, camp by stream. (3500m,5h).

Dinner and Overnight

Day 3: SHIRA HUT

A gentle walk across the plateau leads to Shira Hut camp on moorland meadows by a stream (3840m, 1h30min). A variety of walks are available on the Plateau making this an excellent acclimatization day.

Day 4: BARRANCO CAMP

A rocky path leads east up towards the Lava Tower. Shortly beyond this, you descend to Barranco campsite (3950m, 4-5h.).

Dinner and Overnight

Day 5: KARANGA VALLEY CAMP

Scramble easily to the top of the Great Barranco and then a traverse over screes and ridges to the Karanga Valley campsite (3h, 4000m.) beneath the icefalls of the Southern Glaciers.

Dinner and Overnight

Day 6: BARAFU HUT

The trail ascends a ridge to a campsite by the Barafu Hut, an airy location with little vegetation (3h, 4600m.).

Dinner and Overnight

Day 7: MWEKA CAMPnn

Start just after midnight for the ascent of the screes leading to Stella Point (6h, 5725m.). From here a further 40mins. Leads to Uhuru Peak. Descend to the Barafu Hut for a rest and brunch before continuing down to camp at Mweka Hut at 3100m, (11-14h total walking time).

Dinner and Overnight at Mweka Camp

Day 8: PARK GATE – MOSHI/ARUSHA

A 3-4-hour descent through beautiful forest brings you to the Park Gate and meets your representative and drive back to Arusha or Moshi.

Price Includes:

  • Mountain climbing fees,
  • Camping fees, Rescue fees,
  • Food 3 times a day
  • Professional mountain guide, Cook, 3 porters per client,
  • Mountain tent for two room, mattress, sleeping bag,
  • Transport from Arusha – Machame gate – Arusha on the last day.
  • 3 to 4 liter of boiled drinking water per person per day during climbing.

Price Does not Include:

  • Sleeping bags and any other climbing gears,
  • Tips for the crews,
  • personal stuffs like telephone, gifts, alcohol, cigarette etc.
  • Mountain gears, like clothes, shoes, walking poles, head light, gloves and other staff for climb.
  • International flights and Visas