This is route has a moderate slope,Making it less difficult to climb, Nick name they called Coca cola route.
It is the most popular route up to summit Kilimanjaro and is the only route on Kilimanjaro with huts, having dormitory and dining rooms.
Day 1: Arrive Tanzania
On your arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport or the arrivals or the Arusha shuttle bus terminus (if transferring by bus from Nairobi) a member of our staff will be at holding a placard. You will then be transferred toArusha for overnight.
Day 2, Marangu Gate – Mandara Hut (8,875 ft)
This morning we drive through Kilimanjaro’s semi-tropical foothills to
Marangu Gate, where you enter Kilimanjaro National Park and start your
climb. Today’s trek takes 4-5 hours through tropical rainforest to reach
Day 3,Mandara Hut – Horombo Hut (12,201 ft)
Your second day on the mountain starts with a fairly steep climb through
the last of the rainforest up to alpine meadows dotted with giant heather.
Further on, the environment changes to open heath with stunted vegetation
before opening out to bleak moorland.
Today you will gain approximately 1,000m in altitude, so walk slowly in
order to acclimatize properly. It is normally a 6-7 hour hike to reach
Day 4.Full day at Horombo.
Today you will have ample time for acclimatization and the opportunity to hike around. This will make your body adapt the weather conditions and make you easier for the next ascent of higher altitude.
Day 5,Horombo Hut – Kibo Hut (15,463 ft)
The terrain now becomes progressively more rocky and rugged and giant
groundsels and lobelias make their appearance. The trail skirts Mawenzi
Peak , before crossing a stark, almost lunar landscape and the tundra
desert of ‘the saddle”.
The hike to Kibo Hut takes anything from 5 to 7 hours and the views from
the saddle are breathtaking. Make this an early night – your attempt on
Uhuru Peak starts at midnight.
Day 6, Kibo Hut – SUMMIT (19,340 ft) – Horombo Hut (12,201 ft)
Soon after midnight, you will be awakened by your guides to start the
zigzag trek up a long scree slope. After roughly two hours you should
reach Hans Meyer’s Cave and from here the gradient gets steeper. Continue
your climb for approximately another 3 hours to Gilman’s Point and you
will be rewarded by the dramatic sight of the rising sun reflecting off
the ice fields and craggy peaks of Mawenzi.
Walk along the crater rim for another couple of hours to reach your goal –
Uhuru Peak, towering at 19,340 ft. After congratulating yourself and
your companions on this great achievement, descend to Kibo Hut for rest
and refreshment before continuing to Horombo Hut for your last night on
Day 7, Horombo Hut – Marangu Gate
After a leisurely breakfast, make your final descent across the alpine
meadow, past Mandara Hut and on down through the rainforest to Marangu
Gate, where your driver and vehicle will be waiting to transfer you back
to Moshi/Arusha – airport,
1 night Accommodations Based on Bead and breakfast before the climb in 3 start Hotel
Kilimanjaro National Park entrance, camping/hut and rescue fees
Professional trained guide and porters carrying a max 20kgs
Expedition medical kit
Return transfer Arusha/Moshi hotel to Park Gate
Large portions of fresh, healthy, nutritious food
Fair and ethical treatment of porters
Salary for the porters
Salary for the Guides
Salary for the Cooks
International airfare, excess baggage charges, airport departure taxes, airport transfers,costs of visas, immunizations, personal expenses such as beverages (other than those included with meals, as listed in each itinerary), room service, souvenirs, laundry, communication charges, medical or extra evacuation fees, staff gratuities, personal trekking equipment, additional transportation, accommodation, and meals incurred by a client unable to continue a planned itinerary due to illness, health, medical conditions or due to airline schedule changes.