Private Kilimanjaro climbs
Choosing to hike Kilimanjaro on a private climb allows you to tailor your trip according to your personal needs and preferences. You choose the dates, route and options and only travel with your private group of friends or family; private climbs also tend to have the highest summit success rates.
This is a great option for groups of friends, colleagues or families; it is also a favourite with charity groups of varying sizes and adventurous honeymooners.
If you are more of a solo traveller or setting out to accomplish a very personal goal, you can always book a climb for yourself. Our experienced guides will keep you company and lead the way.
Private climbs can consist of a minimum of one person to over 100 with your guides, cooks and porters dedicated to the welfare and safety of your group exclusively. Private departures also include pre- and post-trekking accommodation at Green Hills of Africa or the Sal Salinero Hotel. Enjoy the comfort of portable chemical toilets on all the camping routes (except Marangu route).
Private climbs can depart on any day of the week. This is ideal if you have limited time or need to fit your Kilimanjaro route around fixed flight arrivals and departures.
For more information or to book a private climb with Kilimanjaro-Experience, click here.
Our Private Climbs:
The less known, longer and very scenic Lemosho Route begins at Arusha on the western flank of the Kilimanjaro.
This is the newest and one of the most picturesque routes on the mountain via the largely untouched northern slopes.
Long and picturesque route that shows you the full range of Kilimanjaro, as well as the unique opportunity of spending a night inside the crater.
The Machame Route is one of the most beautiful trekking tours to the top of Kilimanjaro.
One of the most popular routes on the mountain, this new route allows you to add the unique experience of a night’s stay in the crater rim of Kilimanjaro
The Marangu Route is the most popular and perhaps the easiest route to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro.
The remote Rongai route starts on the northern side of Kili – this side of the mountain is usually drier.
The most demanding route offers spectacular views and a fast summit approach.