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Kilimanjaro National Park

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Size: 1,668 sq km (641 sq miles)
Established: 1921 established as a forest reserve, 1973 as a national park and declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1987.

The Mount Kilimanjaro National Park is one of the most famous National Parks in Africa as it has the highest freestanding mountain on this planet. 
The 5.895m/19.336ft high rooftop of Africa is a stunning and impressive mountain that many people want to conquer. Watching the sunrise after summiting is called a life-changing experience by some guests.

There are 7 different routes approaching the Uhuru peak. They vary in difficulty, duration and obviously in the landscape. All routes will lead through the different vegetation zones (rain forest, heather moorland, alpine desert, perpetual ice) but from different sides of the mountain which offers different views and attractions like the Barranco wall, lava tower, the three vulcanos (Kibo, Shira, Mawenzi).
While walking through the different vegetation zones there are animals and different plants to spot. In the beginning you might even walk though farmland and can see coffee, banana, cassava and maize fields. 

For more informations about the routes we kindly refer to our Kilimanjaro-Tab.




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Contact: +255 7555 49872 / + 255 676 549872
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Address: P.O.Box 8544, Chagga Str., Moshi, Tanzania 

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