Our Team

Meet Kili Altitude Adventures Dream Team

Awesome People Behind Us

Selestini Emmanuel Mtui

Owner & Tour Guide

My name is Selestini Emmanuel Mtui, I was born on the slope of Mount Kilimanjaro at 1700m AMSL at Marangu Village, and I was a porter on Mt Kilimanjaro for more than 2 years before keeping some money and going back to college and training to be a qualified Mountain Guide After working with other companies as an Assistance Guide and Lead Guide for 8 years, I decided to get into the field and started organizing trips to safaris and climbing mountain Kilimanjaro myself In 2017, Kili Altitude Adventures the company was founded by (porters, guides, and cooks). me and my team the dream was to provide ordinary people with the life-changing opportunity to climb the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. By booking with us you support the life of local communities directly; I/we will take you there not to send you there! Am offer advanced Kilimanjaro Climbing, Wildlife Safaris, Day Trips, and Beach Holiday. It is my pleasure to welcome you to our beautiful country Tanzania, the country of Mt.Kilimanjaro, the African highest point and the worldʼs highest free-standing I am writing to you to request your attention on a partnership to travel business. I would love to hear from you and can offer some authentic packages at a competitive price. Am looking forward to receiving a positive response from you. Asante Sana ( Thank you very much ) Karibu Tanzania ( Welcome Tanzania ).

Anthony Innocent

Mountain Guide

Anthony Innocent is a proud ambassador of Kilimanjaro and his home country Tanzania. On the long hikes climbing Kili, he will happily share his expert knowledge and entertaining anecdotes to lighten your stride. Starting as a porter, Innocent knew right away he wanted to climb the career ladder and become a guide. He remembers how strenuous and challenging he experienced during his first climb up Kili many years ago. Today, he is an excellent mountaineer, but hasnʼt forgotten the challenges a mountain novice may encounter. You can expect empathy and encouragement from a man who knows what it feels like to conquer the highest mountain in Africa. Anthony Innocent has climbed Mt Kilimanjaro more than 200 times hopeful to meet with him soon.

Oscar Kilawe

Lead Mountain Guide

Oscar Kilawe is our Lead Guide, Mountain Guide at Kili Altitude Adventure since we started our Company. He boasts of 10 years of climbing Expedience. Oscar has a calm manner and enthusiastic attitude with a wealth of experience and knowledge that will make your time with Kili Altitude Adventures a memorable one. He is very passionate about taking people of all abilities out and sharing the mountain experience. His ultimate goal is to make sure that when you climb with us, you summit successfully. He has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro more than 200 times and has seen the mountain in all its moods and has learned from all its secrets. One Team One Goal.


Head Mountain Guide

Bosco is one of our most experienced mountain guides and has been part of our team since day one when we started our company Kili Altitude. As Head Guide, he leads big groups to the top of Kilimanjaro, making sure that not only all climbers are safe and enjoying their experience, but also coordinating the many crew members it takes to lead a bigger group to the Roof of Africa. He is a professional and responsible role model for other guides, always giving his very best. Studying Tourism at the College of African Wildlife Management Mweka in Moshi has equipped him with important expert knowledge. When the climbing gets tough, Bosco reminds you that conquering Kilimanjaro is not a competition. It is just you and the mountain. Take it slowly, one step at a time Pole Pole. Bosco has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro more than 260 times.


Head Safari Guide

is a fantastic safari guide and very talented. It’s as if he has a five senses for the animals. So he can sit very quietly behind the wheel to observe something and then suddenly starts with the car. Before you know it, you are standing by masses of wildebeest crossing the river exactly at that location. How could Moses know? Moses has been working for years at Kili Altitude Adventures as a safari guide. He has a passion for nature that he can spend months in. Mose is the peace itself, has a lot of knowledge that it shares with you in a very calm way hope to meet with him soon as you can book your safari trip with us.

Sabas Mtui

Norway/Tanzania Travel Expert


Have Any Question?

None, but previous hiking or climbing experience will help. You need to be fit and healthy and have a good pair of worn-in hiking boots. The fitter you are the more you are likely to enjoy it.

You will eat normal food: potatoes, rice, pasta, vegetables, eggs, sandwiches, cheese and fruit. When you book a trek, let your tour operator know about food allergies or medical conditions that require special diets. Non-vegetarians will be served sausages, chicken and meat. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate will be available as well.

A strong pair of supportive, waterproof hiking boots is essential. They must be well broken in. Don’t risk losing them as delayed luggage on your international flight into Tanzania – wear them on your flight or carry them in your hand luggage. Trekking poles are recommended for slippery mud and loose scree. Gaiters can be hired or brought in.

You can climb any month of the year. At lower elevations, April, May, and November are quite wet while March and June are transitional months. August and September are the coldest and driest months. January, February, July, August, and September are all popular climbing months.

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