Kilimanjaro National Park
Covering an area of 756 sq km, Kilimanjaro National Park is a park of the mountain. By name, this park is a metaphor for the compelling beauty of East Africa.Being established in 1973, the park initially comprised the whole of the mountain above the tree line and six forest passageways spreading down through the montane forest belts. Kilimanjaro National Park is a beacon for visitors, as it is one of the most accessible high summits of Tanzania.Beyond the climbing experience, Kilimanjaro offers an adventure to explore a number of distinct climate zones as it starts from the tropical savannah all the way up to the icy Arctic of its peak. The Park is privileged under national legislation as a National Park
How To Go There
Kilimanjaro National Park can be connected by both roadways and air ways.We will pick you from Kilimanjaro Airport.The quickest flight from Kilimanjaro National Airport is the direct flight which takes 1h 30m to reach.
Activities Inside The Park
Kilimanjaro National Park offers an array of activities to its guests. Listed below are some:
- Birding Safaris
- Mountain Climbing
- Paragliding and Micro flights
- Walking Safaris Camping Safaris
What Animal Will You See?
Primate concentrations are the highest in the clouded forest at the base of the Kilimanjaro National Park such as blue monkeys, colobus monkeys, honey badgers, galago, four-striped grass mouse, and various beautiful birds.