Climb Kilimanjaro, Machame

Height (m)
8 days
2400 $

Temporarily unavailable

Uhuro Peak is the peak of the mighty Kilimanjaro volcano, on which the human foot first opened the peak on October 5, 1889. The German Hans Mayer and the Austrian Ludwig Purtscheler were the first to conquer this peak. After that, all the climbers of the world, like crazy, began to gather in Tanzania, hoping to repeat the feat of the two famous climbers. No need to think that self-ascent of Kilimanjaro requires some special problems and experience, exposure to the climber, heavy equipment and various equipment. No, to reach the highest point belonging to the peak of Kibo - Uhuro Peak, you just need to have good physical fitness and, of course, endurance.

About the tour

From a bird’s eye view, you can clearly see how seven paths stretch to the foot of the Kibo peak, each of which has its own characteristics. For example, only five of them can be climbed on Kilimanjaro, and the Kilimanjaro National Park itself vetoed the descent along them, and the Mweka trail only allows descent from the top of the volcano. But no matter which way the climber climbs Kilimanjaro, he will still hit the path called the North and South Rings of Kibo. It is circular and connects all seven trails at an altitude of more than 4 km above sea level. If you are energetic, thirsty for adrenaline and dream of an unforgettable trip, we will help you organize your unforgettable climb to Kilimanjaro, which will be a real shock to the senses and emotions.

Itinerary to Climb Kilimanjaro by Machame route.

Day 1. Meeting at the airport in Arusha, Tanzania and transfer to the hotel in Moshi. If you arrive at the airport of Nairobi in Kenya, then make an independent bus transfer (local transport) to the city of Arusha or directly to the city of Moshi to the hotel (if necessary, we can order an individual Nairobi-Moshi transfer). The total travel time from Nairobi is about 5 hours. The group arriving at the place is met by our representative. Accommodation in 3* hotels with private facilities in the city of Moshi, free meals. A thorough briefing on the upcoming ascent is being made, the necessary equipment is being prepared. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 2. Transfer to Machame Gate (starting point 1800 m). Registration of a group of climbers on Kilimanjaro, distribution of personal cargo and necessary equipment among the porters. (Your personal load carried by a porter must not exceed 20 kg). Start of the trek, trek to Machame Hut camp (3000 m). The trail goes through a zone of picturesque tropical forest, gradually turning into a zone of bushes (18 km – 7 hours). Accommodation in the tent camp “Machame Camp” (accommodation in 2 local tents). Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 3. Trek to the Shira Hut camp (3800 m). The trail first passes through a zone of bushes, and closer to the camp begins alpine meadows, overgrown with giant lobelia (9 km – 6 hours). Accommodation in the tent camp “Shira Camp” (accommodation in 2-person tents). Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 4. Trek to the campground Baranka Hut (3900 m). The trail passes along a steeper and more rocky slope, climbs to a height (4500 m), then descends (15 km – 7 hours). Accommodation in the tent camp “Barranco Camp” (accommodation in 2 local tents). Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 5. Trek to the assault camp Barafu Hat (4800 m). The trail passes through desert and rocky terrain (13 km – 7 hours). Accommodation in the tent camp “Barafu Camp” (accommodation in 2 local tents). Rest before the assault, until 24.00. Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 6. Climbing Kilimanjaro. At 01:00, an attempt to storm the summit of the giant Kilimanjaro crater begins (the average time for the assault is 6-7 hours). Meeting the dawn at Uhuro Peak – the highest point in Africa (5895 m). If you wish, you can go down to the crater for 100 m, take a walk to the glaciers. We return to the tent camp Barafu Hat (4800 m), collection of the camp. We go down to the Mweka camp (3700 m – 4-5 hours). Accommodation in the tent camp “Mweka Camp” (accommodation in 2 local tents). Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 7. Descent down to the village of Mweka (finishing point of climbing Kilimanjaro 1500 m). The trail goes through a picturesque rainforest zone (10 km – 4 hours). At the exit, the group (who reached the summit) receives a well-deserved certificate of climbing the highest peak in Africa – Uhuro Peak. Farewell to the attendants (it is customary to give a tip). Transfer and accommodation in a 3* hotel in the city of Moshi. Free time, rest. Meals: breakfast.
Day 8. Transfer by comfortable transport to the airport, flight to Moscow. Meals: breakfast.

Included in the cost of expedition to climb Kilimanjaro:

  • English-speaking mountain guide
  • transfers airport Kilimanjaro-Moshi-airport Kilimanjaro
  • rescue fees
  • park fees
  • camping fees
  • three meals a day on the mountain
  • Kilimanjaro guides’ services
  • hotel (full board) preceding and following the climb
  • porters’ and cook’s services
  • tents
  • mattresses
  • mass tent (fully-equipped)

Not included in the cost of expedition to climb Kilimanjaro:

  • ips for Kilimanjaro guides, porters and staff (150-250 USD per person)
  • transfers airport Nairobi-Moshi-airport Nairobi
  • any kind of beverages – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic
  • personal medication and first aid kit
  • personal equipment
  • Any costs caused by the changing of the programs


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The documents:

  • The passport.
  • Flight tickets.
  • Medical insurance.
  • Information about vaccination against yellow fever.

Personal equipment:

  • Backpack. 40-50l.
  • Sleeping bag, comfort temperature from 0C.
  • Mat.
  • Trekking poles.

Clothes and shoes:

  • Trekking boots.
  • Sneakers (for cities).
  • Waterproof layer – Jacket + trousers. The industry offers a range of products from simple 5000/5000 memban to Gore-Tex products.
  • Fleece suit.
  • Thermal underwear top+bottom.
  • Puff.
  • The gloves are thick.
  • The gloves are thin.
  • Bandana (in addition to protection from the Sun in the valley, it can be used to warm the throat or face in the cold)
  • Hat.
  • Warm trekking socks for climbing day


  • Flashlight LED head
  • Sunglasses
  • Leggings
  • Thermos 1L
  • Reusable bottle
  • Sun cream, hygienic lipstick
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Elastic bandage and/or support bandage.
  • Malaria pills