The greater the number of days on the mountain, the better your chances of reaching the top; however this varies according to the nature of the climbers (from first climbers to experienced once).
There is a strong correlation between days and success. A successful summit bid is usually a question of how well a climber can acclimatize to the high altitude, rather than the climber's ability to ascend. How one reacts to high altitude is uncertain. Some people's bodies adjust well to the decreased oxygen levels; others do not. Being physically fit and in good health is no guarantee of your ability to acclimatize.
Our primary concern is that you have a safe, enjoyable, memorable Kilimanjaro climb.
It is possible to climb the mountain in five or six days, but why take the chance? Some climbers want to minimize their days in order to save costs, which is understandable. But we feel that the additional cost is well worth it. Not only is it safer, but you increase the probability of your success, have more time to enjoy the experience, can take acclimatization hikes to other parts of the mountain you'd otherwise miss, and will probably feel better as well, given that there is less stress on your body.
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