The Essential Guide To Climbing Kilimanjaro

We know first-hand just how much planning is involved in Climbing Kilimanjaro, and so we have put together this Kilimanjaro Essential Guide to help you prepare for the mental and physical challenges that you will face on your expedition to the Roof of Africa. About Mount Kilimanjaro At 5.895m above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is…

20 Tips on How To Climb Kilimanjaro Successfully

It is estimated that around 35,000 people attempt to Climb Kilimanjaro each year, and while many of those expeditions are successful, many are not. If you plan to climb Africa’s highest mountain this year, there are certain things you can do to improve your chances of reaching Uhuru Peak. Climbing Kilimanjaro is not technically challenging,…

Controversial Plans in Tanzania for a Cable Car on Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a privilege. It’s a once in a lifetime experience that requires physical strength, mental determination, and the sheer will to succeed, and only those who have made it to the summit of Uhuru Peak will be able to explain the elation and sense of achievement one feels when watching the sunrise over…

Want to Climb Kilimanjaro in 2019? Join the Equatours Group Expedition!

It’s been a while since Team Equatours Climbed Kilimanjaro, and so we have decided to pull on our hiking boots again in 2019 with 7-Day Machame Route Expedition – and you are invited to join us! Starting in Arusha on 1st October 2019, our Private Kilimanjaro Tour is designed for intrepid travellers who are looking…

Climbing Kilimanjaro: Summing Up Summit Night

Climbing Kilimanjaro is an exciting adventure, but if there is one thing that makes the most confident of climber quiver at the knees, it would have to be the thought of summit night. It’s long, it’s cold, and it is probably one of the most challenging hikes you are ever likely to face your life,…