Training & Health
Aside from the sheer satisfaction of standing on top of a mountain or experiencing magnificent views glimpsed through gaps in the trees there is significant evidence to suggest that trekking brings with it many health benefits...
Kilimanjaro is also the world's highest freestanding mountain and has recently been declared as Africa's leading tourist attraction drawing in an estimated 45,000 visitors during the 2015/2016 financial year...
Culture & Nature
Monkey Mountaineering are proud to announce our membership of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Programme.
Yesterday Becky and I attended a very interesting lecture at Leeds Becket University. Titled ‘Introduction to Mountain Medicine’ it was delivered by Monkey Mountaineering’s Medical Advisor, Dr Adrian Mellor. The lecture was...
First climbed in 1889 by the German Geography Professor Hans Meyer and Austrian Mountaineer Ludwig Purtscheller, Kilimanjaro is a complex mountain located just south of the equator.
The mountain itself is actually a dormant...