Mount Kilimanjaro national park is about 1668 sq. km. It’s the highest summit on the African land and the 3rd highest mountain in the creation and the world heritage site. Uhuru Point is the summit on this mountain. The undergrowth on this mountain is opulent montane woodland, where you can observe 140 mammals, counting 25 carnivores, 25 antelopes, 25 types of bats, there is also heath region, grassland bushland, thickly occupied sub-montane agro plantation and alpine bogs, an alpine desert which is homegrown to 179 bird classes and mammals. The eldest peak on this mountain is Shira 3,962mtrs. Additionally, there is also the Mawenzi peak 5,149mtrs on the eastern side of the mountain, while Kibo which is 5,995mtrs is the most renowned peak.