Mountain Kilimanjaro is a passive volcano in the United Republic of Tanzania. It has three volcanic racemes: Mawenzi, Kibo, and Shira. It is the towering mountain in Africa and the highest single standalone mountain above sea level globally it is 5,895 meters above sea level and about 4,900 meters above its uplands base.
Kilimanjaro mountaineers pass from tropical to sub-zero weather in some few days. They tread across a profuse rainforest in advance of reaching the heather and open grasslands where massive lobelia and giant cactus-like plants spread out. There’s an almost selenic panorama on the saddle that fills out between the two crowns of Mawenzi and Kibo.
One of the most frequently raised questions that many come across is: When would be the best times to climb Mountain Kilimanjaro?
Because of Mountain Kilimanjaro's vicinity to the equator, this area doesn't encounter the limits of winter and summer climate, but instead dry and wet seasons. Hence, the best opportunity to climb Kilimanjaro will in general be the hottest and driest months
The essential issue is security, as the dangers related with climbing increment altogether when the weather conditions is foul. The impacts of downpours, mud, snow, ice and cold can be exceptionally difficult on the body. Correspondingly, your possibilities of an effective highest point likewise increment fundamentally with pleasant climate. Obviously, the mountain gets more common movement during these periods too.
Ensure to check in with a well-informed team from Zanki Tours & Safaris regarding relative temperature, precipitation, cloudiness, and crowds prior to your visit to Mount Kilimanjaro.