Lemosho Trekking

Stunning sceneries and excellent acclimatization. The least frequented route. Ideal for the beginners.

Lemosho offers climbers an incredible experience as they make their way to the summit. Here is an overview of the Lemosho route, highlighting its key features:

  1. Scenic Beauty: The Lemosho route is renowned for its breathtaking beauty. It starts on the western side of Mount Kilimanjaro and offers panoramic views of the surrounding rainforests, valleys, and rolling hills.
  2. Longer Duration: The Lemosho route is one of the longer routes available, usually taking between 7 to 9 days to complete.
  3. Remote and Less Crowded: Compared to some other popular routes like Marangu or Machame, Lemosho is relatively less crowded.
  4. Varied Itinerary: The Lemosho route offers a varied itinerary with different camping sites along the way. 
  5. Summiting via Stella Point or Uhuru Peak: Lemosho climbers have the option to summit Kilimanjaro via two main routes: Stella Point or Uhuru Peak. 



Day-by-Day Itinerary


The Lemosho Route is considered to be the most scenically beautiful of all the routes.

6 days, 7 days and 8 days hiking are available

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Lemosho 6 day Trekking

Why Climb Lemosho ?

Lemosho Route is a remarkable choice for those seeking an unforgettable climbing experience on Mount Kilimanjaro. Although often overlooked in favor of more popular routes like Machame or Marangu, Lemosho offers a unique and captivating journey to the summit. Here are several reasons why you should consider embarking on the Lemosho Route:

Essentials points

Lemosho Expedition

The key features of Lemosho expedition are the following:

The Lemosho Route is known for its breathtaking natural beauty. It starts on the western side of Mount Kilimanjaro and passes through lush rainforests, moorlands, alpine deserts, and eventually reaches the snow-capped summit. The route provides stunning views of the surrounding landscapes, including valleys, glaciers, and the vast African plains.