Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 03:20 pm
Rising 5,895 meters high, Mount Kili is Africa’s highest peak. Easily on top of most people’s bucket list (including mine), every year many make the pilgrimage to climb the barren landscape of the mountain to reach the twin summit. It’s no easy task but for those that do make it to the top to watch the sun climb above the clouds, there’s an immense sense of accomplishment and serenity.
What makes the area even more attractive is the fact that the area around the base of the mountain is home to some of Africa’s best wildlife parks and reserves. This makes it incredibly easy to combine both experiences together.