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“The roof of Africa”


TAt the beginning of the climb, Machame Gate (1490mt), the average temperature is around 27°to 32°C (70°to 80°F). From there, the temperatures will decrease as you move through zones. At the summit, Uhuru Peak (5895mt), the night temperatures can range -18° to -26°C (0° to -15F). Due to the great height of Mount Kilimanjaro, it creates its own weather pattern which is virtually impossible to predict. Therefore, the Bugs advise you to always be prepared for a variety of conditions. Ask us if you would like any equipment assistance.


This is one of the world’s best-known hikes and will reward those willing to break a sweat with a stunning combination of mountainscapes, cloud forests, and jungles.

Machame Gate (1490m) – Machame camp (2980m) Distance: Approx 18kms Habitat: Montane forest Hiking time: 7hrs

Machame camp (2980m) – Shira camp (3840m) Distance: Approx 9 kms Habitat: Moorland Hiking time: 6hrs

Shira (at 3840m) to Lava Tower (at 4630m) to Barranco camp (at 3950m) Distance: Approx 15 kms Habitat: Semi-desert Hiking time: 7hrs

Barranco camp (3950m)- Barafu camp (4550m) Distance: Approx 13 kms Habitat: Alpine desert Hiking time: 7hrs

(Summit attempt) Barafu camp (4550m) – Uhuru Peak (5895m) – Mweka (3100m) Distance: Approx 7 kms ascent – 23 kms descent Habitat: Stone scree and ice-capped summit Hiking time: 8hrs to Uhuru Peak, 7 – 8hrs descend to Mweka

Mweka camp (3100m) – Mweka Gate (1980m) Distance: Approx 15 kms Habitat: Forest Hiking time: 3hrs

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