Luxury is a qualified term when useful to Kilimanjaro tours. Overnight options boil down to squatting down in a sleeping bag in a mountain tent or a basic mountain hut, and if you want to summit the great Kilimanjaro mountain, there is no avoidance the steep difficult hikes, nor the cold on the higher slopes, nor the possible effects of altitude. In one logic, the comfiest way to climb the mountain is to switch to the admired Kilimanjaro Marangu Route, which is much active than other routes but allows you to overnight in the moderate relief of mountain huts with washing facilities and bottled drinks for sale.
Yet, if you wish for uniqueness slightly than luxury per se, then far better to splash out and arrange to hike on of the minor known routes. Reliant on how much time and money you want to spend for the exercise, these range from the Machame and Rongai Route, both ideally commenced over six days, to the somewhat longer Lemosho and Shira Route, to the pleasingly picturesque and remote Northern Circuit, a new route that can be started over 9-11 days, reliant on whether you opt to overnight in the spectacular Kibo Crater. It is also cost researching the facilities offered by different operators – high-quality food and equipment, qualified English or Spanish, French, Germany, Chinese or Russia – speaking Kilimanjaro guides and access to private ablution tents with pump-flush toilets all come at a price, but help improves not only the comfort of a climb but also the likelihood of reaching the summit.
Bellow is what makes the difference between regular and luxury Kilimanjaro climb