Kilimanjaro National Park


Kilimanjaro National Park, located in northeastern Tanzania, is home to Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This iconic park is renowned for its majestic and snow-capped Uhuru Peak, which stands at 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) above sea level, making it the continent’s tallest free-standing mountain. The park features a variety of ecosystems, from lush rainforests to alpine deserts, each hosting unique flora and fauna. Visitors can embark on challenging treks to reach the summit, experiencing dramatic changes in climate and scenery along the way. Kilimanjaro National Park offers adventurers the opportunity to witness stunning landscapes, while also promoting sustainable tourism and conservation efforts in this remarkable natural setting. The continents highest mountain, highest peak, the biggest free-standing mountain. It is the largest volcano with 3 main volcanic peaks, Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira. It’s the mighty snow-capped Mt Kilimanjaro with the summit at 5896m (19,341 ft.).  The lowland forest is a home to wildlife such as elephant, cape buffalo, western black and white colobuses. Enjoy the beautiful scenery while on a walk.