Climb Kilimanjaro during full Moon – Summiting on or not long after a full moon is exceptionally delightful and lights up the landscape without using headlamps. However, it is also very bright for sleeping and stars are not as obvious.
What is a full moon?
The full moon occurs when the earth is located directly between the sun and the moon, causing the moon to be completely illuminated (it looks completely round and bright). A Kilimanjaro full moon happens about every 29 days
Why is important to climb on full moon dates?
Its bright and clear night and you will not need your head lamp for light Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with the full moon dates will enhance the whole experience, as the bright moonlight provide a spectacular view of Kilimanjaro and it’s surroundings.
The benefit of full moon dates
Your route to summit is lit by the full moon The majority of a trekking or climbing on Kilimanjaro takes place during daylight hours. It is only for the summit attempt you climb at night, starting out just before midnight. A summit attempt done during a full moon means that the entire route will be well lit and you will hardly need to run on your headlamp
Pre and post summit nights around camp
If you are aiming to summit during a full moon it means that your nights pre and post summit around camp will be lit by a near perfect full moon, giving you amazing moonlit scenes from camp Incredible universal energy The Full Moon is supposed to be a powerful time where the universal energy is highest and the best time to renew positive energy.
In some religions a full moon is invocative of the higher energies and creates a channel of contact between soul and spirit.
Why to choose Full Moon Dates for Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb?
On a full moon night, the bright moonlight will provide a spectacular view of Kilimanjaro and its surroundings. Climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro on any full moon date will enhance the whole experience of being on top of Africa.