Benegas Brothers Expeditions
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Standing at 19,341ft, Kilimanjaro is the highest freestanding mountain on earth and the fourth highest of the seven summits.

Climbing Africa’s highest point presents not only a physical challenge but an exciting journey through the numerous and diverse ecosystems of the mountain, a sight not to be missed! We begin our journey in the tropical lowlands, then ascend to barren alpine desert, and finally discover the ice cliffs and snow-capped summit. A truly beautiful sight and worth the effort of the climb! Tanzania is one of the few locations where we trade in our Argentinean maté tea for the local specialty, peaberry coffee, and it certainly lives up to its distinguished reputation!

Our standard expedition is 14 days and includes a safari program after the climb. We welcome family and friends to join our team during the safari afterwards if they are not keen on climbing Kilimanjaro, but are still interested in experiencing the beauty of Tanzania’s wildlife and landscape. For climbers on a tight schedule, we are pleased to offer a condensed version of the Kilimanjaro climb in ten days, without the safari.


For more information on each of the Seven Summits please consult the following links:

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Kilimanjaro Machame Route – Now Booking for Summer!

August 7 to August 16
August 21 to August 30
September 4 to September 13
Why Climb the Machame Route? The Machamé Route (aka “the Whiskey Route”) offers several distinct advantages to other routes on the mountain. Our favorite of which is the fact that is it is far less traveled compared to the whopping 15,000 yearly attempts made on more direct routes, such as the Marangu. This isolation on the ascent offers our customers a pristine wilderness experience and less known views of this worldwide wonder. The Machamé is also near and dear to our hearts thanks to a safer