Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. It was officially declared February 11, 2013 in Arusha Tanzania. 7 natural wonders is currently working on enlisting resources that are valuable for helping you have the best experience of Kilimanjaro possible.
The resources below represent members of Seven Natural Wonders. Their membership communicates a commitment to invest and protect the natural wonders of Africa. We encourage you to explore and learn more about each of these resources to determine which one is best for you. Some of these resources are for information or reference only, whereas others represent services to help you engage Mount Kilimanjaro.
Kilimanjaro Reference Resources
TANAPA: Mount Kilimanjaro is officially a national park in Tanzania and under the management of the Tanzania National Parks Association. TANAPA is a member of Seven Natural Wonders and committed to promoting and protecting this wonder of nature. You can learn more about Mt. Kilimanjaro there.
Tanzania Tourism Board: The Tanzania Tourism Board has the mission of advancing tourism in Tanzania. The TTB is also committed to protecting their wonderful natural resources. You can also learn more about Mount Kilimanjaro from them. The TTB is a member of Seven Natural Wonders.
Kilimanjaro Trekking Resources
One of the primary objectives of travelers is to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. The resources below are climbing or trekking services used to make the ascent up the mountain. Each of these resources is a member of Seven Natural Wonders reflecting their commitment to provide the best service to visitors wanting to experience Mount Kilimanjaro. They also are committed to protecting this wonder of nature.
New members will be announced shortly, please check back.