5,895 M

Mount Kilimanjaro located in Tanzania is the highest mountain in Africa, and rises approximately 4,900m from its base to 5,895m above sea level. The first recorded ascent to the summit of the mountain was by Hans Meyer and Ludwig Purtscheller in 1889. The mountain is part of the Kilimanjaro National Park and is a major climbing destination. The mountain has been the subject of many scientific studies because of its shrinking glaciers. Machame is a challenging and scenic route, but in the other hand is the most successful route to climb in Mount Kilimanjaro mainly because of two important factors. the topography of this route, allow you to climb high and sleep low, guarantee all climbers with maximum acclimatization process. The summit attempt path from Barafu camp has less loose scree (rocks) compared to the summit attempt path from Kibo Hut, making it slightly easier to reach the crater rim. Kilimanjaro is definitely the best mountain to climb as a starting point if you plan to scale the seven summits (7 highest mountain in seven continent)
  • Day 1-2Jakarta-Arusha

    Fly from Jakarta to Kilimanjaro Airport in Tanzania. Upon arrival, we will be pick up and transfer to Arusha for an hour. Arrive at Arusha and check-in to a comfortable hotel.
  • Day 3Arusha - Machame – First Camp

    From Arusha drive to the Machame route, often called the "Whiskey Route". From the Machame Park gate is a gentle climb up through the original montane forest, carpeted with unique -busy lizzie- flowers, begonias and ferns. First camp is amongst the giant heather at 3,000m. Ascent of 1,200m and 5 to 6 hours walking.
  • Day 4First Camp - Shira Camp

    Emerge from the giant heather zone and hike through fine open moorland to camp by the Shira Camp at 3,840m. There are fascinating geological features in the old volcanic caldera which can be viewed during a half-hour optional walk in the afternoon. Ascent 840m and 4 to 5 hours walking.
  • Day 5Shira Camp – Barranco Valley

    From Shira, climb towards the main peak Kibo with the western glaciers clearly visible across the rugged high-altitude desert of volcanic rocks and boulders. Skirting around its base and under the imposing Western Breach, descend into the sheltered Barranco Valley for mid-way camp at 3,950m. 6 to 7 hours walking and only 110m total ascent but having climbed much higher and dropped back down help acclimatization.
  • Day 6Baranco Valley – Barafu hut

    Up the steep Barranco wall with some sections of very easy scrambling and drop down again to the Karanga Valley where you take a break for lunch. After lunch hike on to Barafu Hut 4600m, having hiked a total of 7 to 8 hours and ascended 650m. You have fantastic views across to Mawenzi peak from the camp after having completed a longer day of hiking which now requires you to adequately relax in preparation of the challenging summit hike early the following morning.
  • Day 7Barafu hut–Uhuru Peak–Millenia camp

    Summit day. A bracing 1am start to climb the steep frozen scree until Stella Point on the crater rim. It takes 5-6 hours to Stella Point. Then another 1 hour to Uhuru Peak (5,895m), the roof of Africa. After enjoying the summit, we descend back to Barafu for a short rest, and then continue to Millenia Camp (3,200m) for overnight.
  • Day 8Millenia camp–Mweka-Arusha

    From Millenia camp it is a 4 to 5 hours descent through the forest to Mweka gate (depending on individual fitness) to collect certificates and meet the vehicle. Return to Arusha for the night.
  • Day 9

    Trip ends. Depart for optional safari or your flight home.


  • Tanzania Visa (on arrival)
  • Airport transfer Arusha
  • Guide from Indonesia Expeditions
  • Local Guide and Porter
  • Food and beverages in Arusha
  • 2 night Hotel accommodation in Arusha, before and after climbing
  • Land Transportation from Arusha to Machame Gate round trip
  • Tent (sharing 1 tent for 2 person)
  • Climbing permit
  • Food and beverages during climbing program
  • Climbing Certificate (if climbers reach the summit)
  • International flight from Jakarta-Kilimanjaro Airport Round trip
  • Personal climbing equipment
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses (Telephone call, laundry etc)
  • Tips for local guide and porter (Price below are subject to change, depends on the local regulation)
    • Local guide = USD 20/day (3)
    • Waitress = USD 15/day (1)
    • Chef = USD 15/day (1)
    • Porter = USD 5/day (porter quantity depends on how big the group participants)