Selous St, across from Coffee Union Cafe, 1st Floor, Office #11, 

Moshi, Kilimanjaro


Tel: +255-782-985-005

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Your Trip of a Lifetime begins with us


We are a locally owned tour operator based in the heart of Moshi Town situated in the lower slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Our company came into being in 2011. We are fully licensed and insured and are members of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP), ensuring the fair and ethical treatment of our porters.


We specialize in creating group climbs, as well as private climbs and private safaris to match your time, budget and interests.

Everyone here at Local Moshi Adventures is passionate about Mt. Kilimanjaro and our team will look after you from the time you arrive in Tanzania, until you complete your journey. 


Our guides are licensed, professional local guides and became part of the Local Moshi team because of their experience and enthusiasm in getting everyone to the top. They have a 98% summit success rate because they focus on safety and understand climbing Kilimanjaro is a different experience for everyone.To ensure a successful climb they are ready to accommodate individual needs as they arise on the mountain.


We are aware visiting Tanzania is a trip of a lifetime for most clients and therefore take our responsibility in making your journey extra special very seriously.


Whether you are coming to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, go on a breathtaking safari or learn about local customs and culture, we warmly invite you to join us.


Kind Regards,

Your Local Moshi Team


Ngorongoro Crater

The world's largest intact caldera. At the crater's base, the crater walls offer a dramatic backdrop and an abundance of wild life.


A high diversity of habitats, ranging from forests, rivers, grass- and woodlands, the Serengeti, sustains many different animal species. 

Tarangire & Lake Manyara

Although lesser known, both of these National Parks feature an abundance of wildlife and are well worth a visit.

Lake Eyasi Cultural

An early morning hunt with the Hadzabe (Bushmen), as well as a visit to the skilled blacksmiths of the Datoga people can be added to any safari itinerary. 

Lemosho Route

Take the long way up and enjoy an extra day.

Machame Route

Enjoy the relaxed pace and stunning views.

Marangu Route

Enjoy the comfort of hut lodging.

Rongai Route

Experience this off-the-beaten-path route and its remote tranquility.

Fun One Day Trips

Kilimanjaro One Day Hike

Curious about what climbing Mt Kilimanjaro would be like? Try a one day hike  on the Marangu Route.

Kikuletwa Hot Springs

Hands on coffee tour the traditional Chagga way. Learn about cultivating, preparing and roasting the beans.  

Farm to Table Coffee Tour

Hands on coffee tour the traditional Chagga way. Learn about cultivating, preparing and roasting the beans.  

Materuni Waterfall

Meander the gorgeous foothills of Kilimanjaro on your way to this impressively tall waterfall.

Safety First

Our guides are licensed by the Kilimanjaro Parks Department and trained in First Aid.

Pulse Oximeters are used to measure heart rate and blood oxygen saturation of every client on every trek.

We carry Emergency oxygen, a First Aid Kit and coordinate with AMREF flying doctors helicopter evacuation for severely injured people.


What we offer

  • ​Experienced local guides

  • Quality, waterproof, four season mountain tents

  • Dining tents with chairs and tables

  • Fresh, healthy, nutritious food including special dietary preferences

  • Clean purified drinking water

  • Private toilet tents

  • Hard working support team including guides and porters

  • Environmentally responsible trekking


Our Philosophy

Maintaining competitive prices and creating an unforgettable experience for our customers is as important as assuring our porters' happiness.

Our promise to our porters is to adhere to the safe and ethical guidelines of KPAP (Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project) to ensure their safety and quality of life.

The Local Moshi team believes strongly, it is the climber’s responsibility to ensure that the climbing company of their choosing does not participate in the exploitation of porters.