7 Days Climbing Kilimanjaro Rongai route

Rongai, Tanzania

7 Days Climbing Kilimanjaro Rongai route
Rongai, Tanzania


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Duration: 7 days
Group size: 10 - 100

About this trip

  

Rongai route is the easiest routes in Kilimanjaro, and it has become an increasingly popular route in recent years. This route is located on the northern side of Mount Kilimanjaro with a variety of spectacular landscapes together with different plants and animal’s species. The typical duration for this trip is 6 days. However, you can also add an acclimatization day and make it 7-day climb. The Rongai Route is more scenic than the Marangu Route and easier than other camping route in climbing Kilimanjaro and the success rate on the Rongai Route is very high. Unlike the Marangu Route where you sleep in huts, on the Rongai Route you sleep in tents, the porter will have your tent pitched and waiting for you at the end of each day’s trek. This route starts on the north side of the mountain just south of the Kenyan border and is one of the least traveled routes. The route merges with the Marangu Route for the summit climb. The descend follows the Marangu Route on the mountain’s southeast side, so you will ably see Kilimanjaro from many viewpoints. There are two versions of this trek – a direct 6-day itinerary, and a 7-day itinerary that takes a longer route. The 6-day itinerary is described down below and the longer variation is described in the extra day’s section.

What’s included

  • o Park fees,
  • o Camping fees
  • o Rescue fees
  • o Transportation
  • o Professional guides
  • o 3 meals daily
  • International flights
  • o Medical insurance
  • o Tips to mountain crew
  • o Items of a personal na
  • o Laundry Services

Itinerary

Day 1: Moshi to Rongai
explore rongai

 You will have an early breakfast. Transfer by our vehicles through many villages and coffee and plantations for 2–3-hour drive to Rongai gate (1,950 m/6,398 ft). After signing in and preparing the porters, you will start hiking on a wide path winding through fields of maize and potatoes, and then enter into Montana forest