Climbing Kilimanjaro for charity is the experience of a lifetime: climbers return exhausted but exhilarated with the most fantastic memories of fun, friendship, hardship and achievement.
And every year more and more climbers choose Kandoo to organise their Kilimanjaro challenge. As well as organising a great Kilimanjaro climb we offer these special features that you won't find elsewhere.
- We provide expert advice to help you plan your challenge
- You can climb for any charity you choose with 100% flexibility on fundraising
- You can choose whether you join an open group or have your own private climb
- There is no minimum fundraising target to meet before you can join a climb
- You pay an extra low deposit of £100 per person to book your climb
Booking direct with the operator means you get great prices as there is no middle-man so even more of the money that you raise goes to your chosen charity.
Which route do you recommend for a Kilimanjaro charity climb?
We recommend all larger mixed-ability groups climb by the Machame route. This route allows for great acclimatisation which means a higher success rate which is critical when you have lots of sponsors following you.
When is the best time of year to climb Mt Kilimanjaro for charity?
There are basically two seasons for climbing Kilimanjaro: January to March and June to October. During both of these periods you can expect dry warm weather most days.
How much will it cost for my Kilimanjaro charity climb?
The cost will vary depending on how many you can get to join you, the route chosen, the number of days you take and whether you want a private or open group climb. As an average though, the cost without flights is likely to be around £2000pp.