The highest mountain in Africa is probably, next to wildlife viewing, is one of Tanzania’s greatest attraction. It is actually a dormant volcano and stands nearly 6000 meters (over 19,000 feet to you non-metric folks) above sea level and is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. Every year, about 20,000 people try to reach the Summit, but only 40% actually do.
Have you climbed Kili? We’d love to hear your experience and any suggestions you have for folks thinking of climbing it.
We’ll be posting all responses on our Facebook page for Kili Week. You can climb Kili with us- contact us for more info.