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7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour


Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano located in northeastern Tanzania, near the border With Kenya, It is the highest mountain in Africa and one Of the most iconic natural landmarks on the continent, Standing at an impressive height Of 5,895 meters (19,341 feet), Kilimanjaro attracts thousands Of climbers and adventurers from around the world each year.


Over 50% Of climbers opt for the Machame route for their 7-day trek on Mount Kilimanjaro, 7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour is the best choice for climbers due to it’s highest SUCCESS profile than other 7 days Kilimanjaro climbing routes.

This 7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour is the best and popular tour which give trekkers enough time with very great opportunity to acclimatize properly at high altitudes.

During this 7 days Machame route trek, climbers experience a significant range of the five climate zones of Mount Kilimanjaro,from cultivated zone, rainforest zone,afro-alpine moorland zone, alpine desert zone to arctic zone.

Furthermore, days Macharne route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour requires 62km Of demanding hiking from Machame Gate up to the Summit Of Mount Kilimanjaro (at 5,895m above the sea level).

While on the 7 days machame route Kilimanjaro, climbers take a steep ascent from the Machame Gate in the south to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in the North and the descend route is Mweka Route. Therefore, the 7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro ends at Mweka Cate.

Overall, 7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour is an excellent option available to climbers who are looking for an incredible and successful gateway to the
top Of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa

7 Days Machame Route Itinerary

This is a full scheduled 7-day itinerary for Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking) tour. It provides a true depiction of the entire trek

Machame Cate to Machame Camp

It takes approximately 30 minutes drive from Moshi town to Machame Cate. Here you will complete park registrations and get connected first day climb of the 6 days Machame route on mount Kilimanjaro.

This route will take you up to Machame camp, while passing through the vegetation zone of dense

Machame Camp to Shira Cave Camp

On the second day, the trek continues from Machame to Shira Cave Climbers ascend through the last section Of the rainforest zone to moorland zone.
This trek involve the hiking along a rocky ridge for several hours before reaching Shira Camp for overnight

Shira Cave Camp to Lava Tower to Barranco Camp

This day-3 is a tough one as it involve climbing from Shira Cave up to an altitude Of (15,223ft) at Lava Tower. Then descend to Barranco Camp (12,959ft) for overight. This trek takes approximately 5-8 hours to complete

Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp

The today’s trek, climbers ascend from Baranco Camp Karanga Camp (13,238ft).
In order to get to the Karanga Camp, climbers have to cross over the Baranco wall and the Karanga Valley ridges.

This trek is a bit challenging especially at “Kiss Stone Point” on the Barranco Wall however, all the climbers usually conger this section by the help Of our proffessional guides.

The entire trek of this day take up approximately 4-5 hours to complete. Thereafter, climbers spend the rest of the day and overnight at Karanga Camp.

Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp

The fifth day Of the trek involve climbing from Karanga Camp (13,238ft) to the mount Kilimanjaro Base Camp, Barafu Camp at (15,354ft) To get to Barafu Camp, climbers do cross over the trail which connects with the Mweka route. The todays climb is moderate as it takes 3-4 hours to complete.

Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak to Mweka Camp

On the sixth day, climbers walk steadly from Barafu camp (15,354ft) to the summit point Of mount Kilimanjaro ( 5,895m or 19,341ft) known as Uhuru Peak, Then descend back to Barafu Camp.

Mweka Camp to Mweka Gate

This is the last day of unforgettable 7 days Machame route Kilimanjaro climbing (trekking). trekkers start at mweka camp( 10,104ft) and descend through the rainforest zone to Mweka Cate (5,380ft).

This hike takes approximately 3-4 hours to complete.

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