Kilimanjaro Northern Circuit

The Roof of Africa

Tanzania, Africa


Intermediate to Advanced

Difficulty Level

11 days


5,895 m

Highest Altitude


Group Size


Price (excl GST)



Climbing one of the 7 summits of the world is a well-earned triumph

Mount Kilimanjaro, counted among the 7 summits of the world and the tallest free-standing mountain in the world, is the highest point in Africa. Although there are multiple routes to the top of this majestic mountain, we will take the longest, newest, and most rewarding Northern Circuit Route (also known as the Grand Traverse or 360 Route). With the highest summit success rate owing to its gradual pace and the longest acclimatisation time, this route offers a complete Kilimanjaro experience through diverse habitats and views of the mountain from all possible sides. If you’re looking for scenic views, solitude, a healthy challenge, and an opportunity to spot African wildlife, this is definitely the adventure for you!

Please Note: This trek is not recommended for beginners.

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What’s Included

Accommodation for 10 nights

Transportation as per itinerary

All meals from Dinner on Day 1 to Breakfast on Day 11

Experienced and qualified staff, and high-quality service

Safety communication devices like walkie-talkies and satellite phones

Porter for carrying luggage (upto 12 kg per person)

Porter/mules for common supplies and gear

Gear rental for group camping

First aid and support, including oxygen cylinders

What’s Not Included

Travel and accident insurance

Alcoholic beverages

Personal expenses incurred during the trip

Single room supplement

Flights and visa

4N / 5D African safari supplement. US$ 2100/- per person

Taxes. 5% GST and TCS (5% to 20%)

Tips & gratuities

Is this for me?

If you have ever wanted to climb one of the seven summits, then Kilimanjaro definitely needs to be on your list. With an altitude of 5895m, Kilimanjaro stands as the tallest mountain on the continent of Africa. This might not be for first time trekkers but if you have some prior experience in the outdoors then standing on the roof of Africa is something you should definitely not miss.