Kilimanjaro Climbing Packing List
Pack a top and bottom base layer made of moisture-wicking material.
Bring 3-4 short-sleeved shirts and 1-2 long-sleeved shirts made of breathable, lightweight material.
Pack a couple of pairs of durable, quick-drying hiking trousers.
Bring one warm and cosy fleece jacket.
Pack a full-sleeved insulated winter jacket like a bomber jacket.
Bring a wind shell jacket made of lightweight, water-resistant material.
Pack a light rain jacket with a waterproof and breathable membrane. Bring a pair of insulated trekking pants
Bring a sturdy pair of hiking boots that provide ankle support and are waterproof.
Pack 5-6 pairs of high-quality trekking socks made of materials like Smart wool to keep your feet warm, dry, and blister-free.
By investing in quality hiking boots and trekking socks, you’ll be able to tackle the challenging terrain of Kilimanjaro with ease and comfort.
Duffle Bag: Bring a lightweight 90-95L duffle bag to carry your clothes and gear. Look for durable, water-resistant material.
Daypack: Pack a 25-30L daypack to carry your essentials for day hikes,
Raincover: Bring a rain cover for your daypack to keep your belongings dry during rain showers.
By packing smart and light, you’ll be able to carry all the essentials you need for your Kilimanjaro Climb without weighing yourself down.
A Good Camera
Extra Memory cards
A good power bank.
Don’t let a poorly packed bag ruin your Mount Kilimanjaro Climb! Use our comprehensive Kilimanjaro Climbing Packing List to ensure you have all the essentials for a safe and comfortable journey. Start packing today and get ready to conquer the highest peak in Africa!
I booked a 7 days Machame route ascent to Mt. Kilimanjaro with Serengeti Joy Tours. Everything was fine. Madam Angelica was very responsive on Whatsapp, all went smoothly according to the agreement. My guide, Henry, was perfect as well as all the crew. Food was perfect, there was enough of the water, tent was comfortable, all the team tried hard to make my trip comfortable.
This experience with Serengeti Joy Tours was nothing short of spectacular. Our team was made up of Frank(y) (primary guide), Francis (secondary guide), Shedrack (our chef, Moses (our waiter), and 10 solid porters who worked hard and were delightful to encounter. Frank was an awesome lead guide, always laughing and bringing humor into the mix, even when some times were tough (altitude sickness). He was adaptable and knew how to manage every situation. Both Franky and Francis were very