Kilimanjaro National Park

Kilimanjaro National Park

Kilimanjaro National Park
Area

1,688 km²

Kilimanjaro National Park
Visitors

52,000

Kilimanjaro National Park
Weather

Cloudy

Kilimanjaro National Park
Establish

1973

Kilimanjaro National Park
Review

1869

Kilimanjaro National Park
Rating

4.4/5

Overview

At 5896m Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and one of the heavenly sights of the continent. It comprise of three fundamental volcanic pinnacles, which are Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira. The name itself "Kilimanjaro" is somewhat enveloped by secret, as it may mean Mountain of Light, Mountain of Greatness or Mountain of Caravans.

Kilimanjaro transcends the moving slopes of northern Tanzania, with its snow secured Uhuru Peak, and it's inclines and ice sheets sparkling over the rising mists. It is located close to the town of Moshi and is an ensured zone, and its environment is strikingly beautiful in its own assorted variety. Marsh slants are for the most part farmland, where locals are developing coffee, banana, cassava and maize crops for their own utilization and money deal. One of the qualities of the park are woods, covering the lower altitudes and breaking into high glades once the air starts to thin. Close to the pinnacle, the scene goes to rather high leave, where shakes and ice are prevalent highlights lifting you to amazing African view at the top.

Kilimanjaro is ensured under national enactment as a National Park and it requires a powerful and overseeing association, including very much prepared officers nearness to do observing and execution of the administration plan. The key issue is keeping up the tasteful nature of the park as a staggering normal site, and ensuring its visual trustworthiness and saving its characteristic magnificence.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Kilimanjaro National Park
Kilimanjaro National Park

Best Time to Visit

MountKilimanjaro National Park is open all through the entire year for visitors. The best time for climbing Kilimanjaro is amidst the dry season, from late June to October, and from late December to early March, not long after the

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How To Go

Direct flights from all the International plane terminals and family unit bearers from Tanazania are adequately available to Kilimanjaro International Airport.

The park is two-hour drive from

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Uniqueness

Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountains on the earth and is one of a kind in being so near the equator but then having yearlong ice glaciers in Africa..

It is the only place where snow is found in Africa.

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Park Fees

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park entry fee: $60 per day per person.

Guide and Porter entrance fees: $1 per person per trip.

Rescue fee: $20 per person.

Camping fee: $50 per night

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Activities

Kilimanjaro National Park
Hiking

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Short Walking Safaris

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Bird Watching

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Camping

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Cycling

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Kilimanjaro National Park
Picnicking

Muster you courage and bike down the infamous "Death Road", which passes through 3 different climate zones and gives awe inspiring views of the Andes.

Tanzania Travel Guide

About Tanzania
About Tanzania

The United Republic of Tanzania is a country in East Africa bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north

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Best Time For Visiting Tanzania
Best Time For Visiting Tanzania

Tanzania is a huge country with much regional variation in geography and climate. There are mainly two

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Tanzania Travel Tips
Tanzania Travel Tips

Tanzania's unit of currency is the Tanzanian Shilling but credit cards are also accepted everywhere.

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Getting There
Getting There

Your entry point to the land is Dar-es-Salaam International Airport and Kilimanjaro International Airport

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Weather & Climate
Weather & Climate

The Average summer temperature in Tanzania is 18°C to 29°C and the Average winter temperatures

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People & Culture
People & Culture

Blessed with a wealth of wildlife and breathtaking landscape, Tanzania Culture and people have

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Tanzania Foods
Tanzania Foods

Tanzanian cuisine reflects both the country’s history and geography. Ingredients such as curry reflect

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