Climbing Kilimanjaro is a demanding, challenging feat. Nearly a third of all climbers fail to reach the summit. Why? To succeed on the mountain, it is imperative that climbers are guided by an experienced outfitter, with proven competence, reliability and safety.
Your guide service is the single most important factor in determining the success of your climb.
Peak Planet has been setting the standard for climbing Kilimanjaro since 2008. Though there are several hundred tour operators offer Kilimanjaro climbs, only a handful can be considered reputable. As one of the few specialist companies organizing high-quality climbs, Peak Planet is consistently recognized as one of the best operators on Kilimanjaro. Join the thousands of climbers who have stood on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with us.
Undoubtedly, the most honest and accurate feedback comes from our clients themselves. With the goal of constantly improving our service, a post-climb survey is taken from each client in order to assess our staff, equipment and food.
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We pride ourselves in offering the best Kilimanjaro climbs at fair prices. A significant portion of our customers find us from previous customer referrals and word of mouth. Therefore, we are very confident that you will be very happy with our services as well.
Whether it is your first time trekking or whether you have climbed dozens of peaks, we have the top Kilimanjaro routes for you. For an unrivaled experience on Mount Kilimanjaro, select the route that best suits you, and maximizes your comfort, enjoyment, and chance of success.
Don’t know what to do now that you’ve booked? We will tell you what you need to know to fully prepare you for your Kilimanjaro adventure including how to train, what to bring, what the travel requirements are, and more. We will make sure you have everything you need to succeed.
Kilimanjaro is so large that your climb will take you through five ecological zones, each with its own geological, biological and atmospheric conditions. It is like climbing from the Equator to Antarctica in a matter of days. What is it like on the mountain? We will tell you what to expect here.