Summiting the world’s highest freestanding mountain is a challenge, but one that is open to anybody. Kilimanjaro stands an impressive 5,895m high – its snow-capped peaks towering above the plains. There are several routes to the top – with varying degrees of difficulty – giving most people the chance to reach the Roof of Africa. It may be tough going, but the rewards speak for themselves. Your safety is paramount, and we use only the most skilled and experienced guides. If Africa’s tallest mountain seems out of reach or you fancy a warm up climb, why not try Mount Meru? It’s just 70km from Kilimanjaro and a mere 4,565m high.