How many days does it take to hike Kilimanjaro? It takes between five and tens days to hike Mount Kilimanjaro depending on the route and the pace of the itinerary. A few brave record breakers have occasionally done it in just one day! Treks vary in length as well as duration.
How much do Kilimanjaro porters get paid? According to Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), the daily wages of porters are fixed at $10 a day and they can carry only 20 kilograms of weight on the head. However, porters told Anadolu Agency that they are forced to carry much more weight and are paid much lesser wages than fixed by the government.
How much does it cost to climb Kilimanjaro per person? If you’re only just starting to research your climb to the roof of Africa, the first thing you need to know is that Kilimanjaro tour operators can charge anywhere between $1,500 and $5,000 per person . Also, there are over 300 registered Kilimanjaro tour operators!
Is Kilimanjaro or Everest harder? Most people agree that Kilimanjaro is harder than Everest Base Camp. While there are aspects of the Everest Base Camp trek that are harder than Kilimanjaro, the general feeling is that Kilimanjaro is the harder of the two treks. The main reason for this is summit night – it’s a biggie.