Join our ladies group expeditions on this once in a lifetime challenge to the summit of Kilimanjaro. Women from all walks of life, with different experiences and of different ages will come together as a team to conquer Africa’s highest mountain – pushing themselves further whilst creating strong friendships & fundraising for common charities. If you are looking for your next adventure – join us!
All ladies group climbs are guaranteed to depart regardless of the number of participants.
Your trip will never be canceled, and you will never be asked to pay more, even if you are the only person booked on this climb.
We climb Mount Kilimanjaro every day of the year and we can schedule a climb with just 2 days’ notice for any booking group size. However, many climbers – particularly those traveling solo – prefer to join others who have already booked. It is for this reason that we publish our pre-scheduled Mount Kilimanjaro climbing dates below.
Normally March, April, and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.
November is usually short rains but it does not often rain all the days so Climbing is possible.
The best Months for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro are January, February and also August and September.
July can be colder and November to December can be wet.
January to February is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.
The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.
Our prices for Kilimanjaro climbs are competitive and offer a great value of your money.
We guarantee to offer you good prices for a high-quality climb.
We do not cut costs by paying porters and guides low salaries and we do not cut corners by leaving out essential things like private portable chemical flush toilets and summit emergency oxygen.
It is sometimes difficult for our clients to understand why there is such a difference between Kilimanjaro operators when it comes to pricing. When comparing prices of Kilimanjaro operators, many clients only see the bottom line cost. There are things you pay for that you may observe directly, such as your guides, porters, food, and equipment. However, there are many things that you may not observe that will indirectly affect the overall quality of your climb.

Reference Climb Start Climb End Route and prices Availability
MKH1 Jan 06-2020 Jan 11-2020 6 Machame-$1550 pp Closed
MKH2 Jan 13-2020 Jan 18-2020 6 Marangu-$1450 pp Closed
MKH3 Jan 20-2020 Jan 25-2020 6 Machame-$1550 pp 2 spots left
MKH4 Jan 27-2020 Feb 01-2020 6 Rongai-$1650 pp The group is open to join
MKH5 Feb 07-2020 Feb 12-2020 6 Rongai-$1650 pp The group is open to join
MKH6 Feb 14-2020 Feb 20-2020 7 Rongai-$1750 pp The group is open to join
MKH7 Feb 21-2020 Feb 26-2020 6 Machame-$1550 pp The group is open to join
MKH8 Feb 28-2020 Feb 04-2020 6 Marangu-$1450 pp The group is open to join


  • Tanzania VAT on tourism activities and park fees
  • 2 Nights’ shared, budget 2-star accommodation at Keys Hotel in Moshi, on bed and breakfast basis (lunch and dinner can be arranged on request and at additional cost)
  • Hotel accommodation includes storage facilities for excess luggage during hikes
  • Return transfers between the hotel to the start/finish point of a climb
  • All Kilimanjaro National Park gate fees, camping/hut fees, and climbing permits.
  • Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees (Kilimanjaro Rescue Team)
  • The chief guide carries a Pulse Oximeter, used to take blood-oxygen level readings of clients twice a day
  • Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summiting aid)
  • Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only)
  • Qualified mountain guide, assistant guides, porters and cook
  • Salaries for the mountain support crew, as per required KINAPA minimum payments
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as hot drinks on the mountain
  • Camping equipment (tents, sleeping mat, camp chairs (no backrest), camp tables, mess tent & cutlery for meals) – not applicable on the Marangu route as all meals are served at the camps in designated dining halls
  • Water for washing up daily
  • Porter to carry your duffel bag, with a maximum weight of 15kg / 32 lbs, from one camp to the next camp
  • Kilimanjaro National Park certificate for your successful summit attempt
  • A comprehensive climbing Kilimanjaro Travel Information pack
  • Private hikes only guaranteed for 2 persons or more on Standard Package bookings – for individual climbers, additional fees would apply to arrange a private climb


  • Flights and airport taxes
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Optional shared tourist shuttle airport transfers between Kilimanjaro International Airport and Moshi town
  • Hotel accommodation with the Standard Package does not include dinner but could be arranged at an additional cost
  • Compulsory tips for guides, porters and cook (average tip is anything from US$250 to US$ 350 per hiker – depending on the number of days and number of hikers in the group, as well as the route is chosen)
  • Entry visa for Tanzania (US$50 per passport holder for most nationalities / US $ 100 per visa for USA passport holders)
  • Health requirements (Yellow Fever – only compulsory if you travel to Tanzania via a Yellow Fever infected country, Meningitis & Hepatitis A remains optional but comes recommended)
  • Optional but highly recommended travel and medical insurance.
  • Standard Packages do not include Flying doctors memberships (Helicopter evacuation to Nairobi) but could be done at own arrangement
  • Personal hiking/trekking gear – you could rent some of the gear in Tanzania
  • Optional, but highly recommended Portable toilet (Portable toilet not allowed on the Marangu route)
  • Snacks, personal medicine, and water purifying tablets
  • Meals and drinks not specified.

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