7 Days Mount Kilimanjaro Trek-Shira Route

Safari Overview.

The 7 Days Mount Kilimanjaro trek Shira Route is one of the less-trodden routes on Mount Kilimanjaro that starts close Shira Ridge. It begins the western side of the mountain and is practically indistinguishable to the Lemosho Route. In spite of the fact that Mount Kilimanjaro Trek7 Days Shira Route  is considered a beautiful and shifted route, because of the higher rise of the beginning stage, it is conceivable climbers could encounter side effects of elevation disorder as ahead of schedule as the primary day.

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PRICE SHARING PER PERSON

  • Duration: 7 Days Mount Kilimanjaro Trek-Shira route
  • Destinations: Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Elevation: 5,895m (19,340 feet)
  • Price: $ 2,576 Per person
  • Get Discount-5%off
  • Accommodation Type:  Tented Camping

After breakfast We depart from the lodge to Londorossi Gate, which takes about 4 hours; here we will complete entry formalities while guides and porters prepare equipment. We then continue to drive up a steep path to the Shira Gate where we will begin the hike. The trek starts through shrubs and giant heather until we reach Simba Camp.

Today is a fairly easy day to help with acclimatization. We begin by exploring the grassy moorland and volcanic rock formations on the plateau. Then we take a scenic path to the Shira Cathedral, a huge buttress of rock surrounded by steep spires and pinnacles, before settling at Shira 2 Camp.

We continue to the east up a ridge and then head southeast towards the Lava Tower – a 300 ft tall volcanic rock formation. We descend down to Barranco Camp through the strange but beautiful Senecio Forest to an altitude of 13,000 ft. Although you begin and end the day at the same elevation, the time spent at higher altitude is very beneficial for acclimatization.

We begin the day by descending into a ravine to the base of the Great Barranco Wall. Then we climb the non-technical but steep, nearly 900 ft cliff. From the top of the Barranco Wall we cross a series of hills and valleys until we descend sharply into Karanga Valley. One more steep climb up leads us to Karanga Camp. This is a shorter day meant for acclimatization.

We leave Karanga and hit the junction which connects with the Mweka Trail. We continue up to the rocky section to Barafu Hut. At this point, you have completed the Southern Circuit, which offers views of the summit from many different angles. Here we make camp, rest and enjoy an early dinner to prepare for the summit day. The two peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo are viewable from this position.

Around midnight we begin our push to the summit. This is the most mentally and physically challenging portion of the trek. The wind and cold at this elevation and time of day can be extreme. We ascend in the darkness for several hours while taking frequent but short breaks Near Stella Point 18,900 ft you will be rewarded with the most magnificent sunrise you are ever likely to see coming over Mawenzi Peak. Finally, we arrive at Uhuru Peak- the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro and the continent of Africa.

From summit we make our descent Barafu for lunch then straight down the Mweka camp, that is situated in the upper forest and mist or rain can be expected in the late afternoon. Later in the evening, we enjoy our last dinner on the mountain and a well-earned sleep.

Last day for 7 Days Mount Kilimanjaro trek, continue the descent to Mweka Gate and collect the summit certificates. At lower elevations, it can be wet and muddy. From the gate, we continue another hour to Mweka Village. A vehicle will meet us at Mweka Village to drive us back to the lodge in Moshi.

Depart Tanzania

This day left for your next destination. If you have safari, then might be used to beginning your safari or fly to Zanzibar or fly back home. Our vehicle will be ready to take you to the airport at your time.

This marks the END of our Kilimanjaro trekking

  • Porterage
  • Rescue fee
  • Park fees
  • All activities
  • All accommodation
  • Camping equipment
  • A professional Mountain guides
  • All transportation
  • All Taxes
  • Meals
  • Drinking water.
  • Climbing gear
  • International flights
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Sleeping bag
  • Bath towels
  • Tipping guideline
  • Personal items
  • Souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.

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