Kilimanjaro
Rongai route

This is the best 6-day route on Kilimanjaro. The Rongai route on Kilimanjaro starts near the Kenyan border and runs over the north side of the mountain; a popular route and great for the fit climber.

The climb – gradually and steadily – it’s less crowded and there is greater chance that you see animals along the way. Als, there is plenty of variety in the landscape.

Route details

The Rongai route is also called the Nalemuru route. You can walk this route in 6 days. It starts at the village of Loitokitok on the northeast side of Kilimanjaro.

During the hike, you walk at the foot of the impressive Mawenzi Peak. You climb the summit via Gilman’s point. You descend via the busier Marangu (coca cola) route.

Day
Departure
Height
Destination
Height
Duration
1
Nale Moru
1950m
Rongai One
2600m
3-4
2
Rongai One
2600m
Kikelewa Camp
3600m
6-7
3
Kikelewa Camp
3600m
Mawenzi Tarn
4330m
3-4
4
Mawenzi Tarn
4330m
Kibo Camp
4700m
5-6
5
Kibo Camp
4700m
Uhuru Peak
5895m
10-12
Uhuru Peak
5895m
Horombo Camp
3720m
3-4
6
Horombo Camp
3720m
Marangu Gate
1830m
5-6

Data Rongai route

Price indication 6-day Rongai route

Group trip:

  • € 2128 p.p.
  • Surcharge single room/tent: € 286 p.p.

Private group trip:

  • € 2535 p.p. with 2 people
  • € 2150 p.p. with 4 people

Including

  • Transfers to/from Kilimanjaro airport;
  • 3 nights in a comfortabel hotel (1x logies & breakfast and 2x half board), 2 nights prior to the climb and 1 night after the climb;
  • Transfers to/from start and end point Kilimanjaro;
  • Kilimanjaro climb (in private or a group) including full team of guides, assistant guides, carriers and chefs;
  • All meals and water during the climb;
  • Kilimanjaro Nationaal Park entrance fee; Kilimanjaro camping fee;
  • Mountain rescue fees;
  • Alle government taxes.
  • VAT of 18% (introduced on 1 July 2016).

Excluding

  • International flight;
  • Visa Tanzania;
  • Travel and cancellation insurance;
  • Tipping;
  • Meals not priorly mentioned;
  • Rent sleeping bag, mattress and / or walking sticks.

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