Kilimanjaro Trekking

Welcome To Kilimanjaro Climbing

Good Earth Expedition is the top guide service for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. For over 19 years, we have provided expert services and quality standards that make us stand out among other companies offering similar trekking opportunities in Good Earth Expedition! We take safety seriously as well: our trained staff members will ensure your entire tour runs smoothly from start to finish with nothing left up to chance on this incredible journey…

Welcome to the exciting world of expeditions! When you think of the topmost mountain in Africa, it’s hard not to imagine an amazing journey up Kilimanjaro. The tallest peak on this continent and one that offers climbers free-standing rock for their efforts–Kilimanjaro is something every outdoorsman needs on his bucket list!

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Our team will be with you every step along your journey up Kilimanjaro, keeping things in perspective and providing helpful advice. A truly unique experience awaits those who want it most: let us guide you through this incredible adventure so that we can make sure all bases are covered before taking off for home – or wherever life may take us next 🙂



If you are looking for a route that will take your breath away with stunning views, then the Lemosho approach from the West is what’s up. You’ll have amazing vistas in all directions!

The best route to climb Mount Kilimanjaro is a balance between adventure and safety. There are 7 main routes that lead up the mountain, including one where you start on the Northern side and others starting from the Southern sides of this African landmark!

If you’re looking to avoid the crowds and have a successful climb, then I recommend taking this route. It’s been proven that less people make it up here so there will be fewer distractions for your journey! The RONGAI ROUTE

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A climb up Kilimanjaro will change everything: The views are unforgettable; its Challenges define courage.

Recommended, best success rate.

Allows “walk high, sleep low” for better acclimatization.

Stunning scenery climbing through five diverse climatic zones.

Ascent and descent is via different routes.

Fully catered camping.

Steep, short route with very low success rate.

Poor acclimatization due to rapid ascent.

Very remote and quiet for the first two days.

Fully catered camping.

An excellent route to climb Kilimanjaro with a high success rate.

Allows climbers to “walk high, sleep low” enabling better acclimatization.

Remote and spectacular approach with dramatic gorges and views of west Kilimanjaro.

Shira route offers a higher start point therefore is less good for acclimatization.

Fully catered camping.

Shortest route to the summit which means less time to acclimatize.

Much lower success rate.

Dormitory style accommodation which can be noisy.

Less scenic due to ascent and descent on the same route.

Only northern approach route to Mount Kilimanjaro’s summit.

Offers a true wilderness experience on the early stages of the climb.

Very tough final summit night.

Less natural acclimatization with no opportunities to “walk high, sleep low”.

Fully catered camping.

The Marangu route is the best way to climb Kilimanjaro if you don’t like tents. However, be aware that these huts are basic and loud!

To mitigate the risk of altitude sickness and improve your chance of summiting, follow this simple rule: climb high, but sleep low. The best routes for acclimatization are either Machame or Lemosho as they naturally allow you to do so without sacrificing comfort in favor of distance traveled per day!

The most challenging part about climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is reaching the summit. There are two routes that you can take, one which will get you there in about 3-6 hours and another with a more time and difficult approach but also greater reward if successful as it takes longer for each person to reach their highest point on top, Uhuru peak!.

To get the most out of your climb to Kilimanjaro, do not start on the southern route. The Rongai Route starts north east and has less traffic compared with popular south- routes so you will be able to find solitude there!

The Arrow Point route may be the most famous of all Kilimanjaro routes, but it’s also one that we don’t recommend for inexperienced trekkers. The rocks on this side are incredibly loose and can provide an intense headache when they fall down into your path during a storm or if you step wrong while climbing!

Kilimanjaro is a challenging mountain, with many different routes to choose from. You can make your climbing experience easier by determining which of these 6 factors will impact you most before deciding on the best one for yourself!


Difficulty of the summit night

How busy the route is

What are the accommodation options


What is the success rate

The 9 Day Northern Circuit route is the best way to climb Kilimanjaro in terms of summit success rate. This slow and easy trek takes you directly up a mountain, where it’s easier for your body’s natural acclimatization process because there aren’t any long nights with little sleep that can lead into dangerous dehydration or other issues at higher elevations!

We offer group climbing starting every week through the year with different routes each time. If you’re looking for a particular climb our system will tell when it is running that specific trip. Or simply check with us!