Your Adventure Starts Here
So you’re ready for the challenge of a lifetime. You’ve dismissed the London Marathon or jumping out of a plane for charity and you want a bigger goal.
This experience will remain with you for the rest of your life.
At 5,895m Kilimanjaro is the tallest free standing mountain in the world. This volcanic massif stands in splendid isolation above the surrounding plains, with its snowy peaks looming over the savannah below.
You’re in for a real African adventure.Discover Our Routes
Which Route Is Right For You?
When you climb with The Nasio Trust we share the same goal; to maximise your chances of summiting whilst giving you the best experience possible during your climb. Through years of experience we’ve established two routes that fit the bill for the majority of climbers. Click here for help choosing a route.
Why Climb For The Nasio Trust?
We’re empowering communities in Western Kenya to break the cycle of poverty by providing education, improving health and developing commerce.
In Kenya we run two Early Childhood Development Centres in under-served rural areas with high levels of HIV. We now provide a daily meal, pre-primary education and medical care to around 400 children. We also work to improve living conditions with the local areas, building income streams and tackling the root causes of poverty.
Fundraising for Nasio means your money stays in Africa to support communities breaking the cycle of poverty. That’s what sets us apart from tour companies. After your climb you’ll have the opportunity to visit our life changing projects and see the work we do for yourself.Find Out More
Extend Your Trip
Once you’ve completed your climb, extend your adventure with The Nasio Trust. Experience more of the real Kenya & Tanzania.
Volunteer with The Nasio Trust and experience first hand the amazing work that your climb has helped to support.
3 Day Masai Mara Safari
Combine your climb with an amazing 3 day Masai Mara Safari & make the most of your time in Africa.
The Climb Kilimanjaro Blog
BBC News Coverage – Jo’s Climb
Check out the following news story about BBC Oxford Radio Presenter Joelle Thoenes’ experience on kili!Read More
Steve, Krishna, Rathna, Chitra, Jonathan and Jason’s Climb
I was looking at various websites hoping to find a worthwhile charity to support for the Kilimanjaro climb. I had wanted to attempt this climb for some 30 years or so after a friend told me about his experience but somehow never quite got round to it! I am now 63, my wife 65 and her sisters 60 and 62, so I figured if we didn’t do it this year we probably never would!Read More
Jonathan Briggs Climbs Kili For The Nasio Trust
“I was one of a group of seven people who climbed Kilimanjaro with the Nasio Trust in September 2013. If anyone is reading this and thinking of taking up the challenge, I couldn’t recommend it highly enough. The whole experience was amazing, and genuinely life changing. Firstly I’ll talk about the climb itself, as for […]Read More