On the Marangu Route of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the last water point is located at a place known as “Kibo Huts” or “Kibo Camp.” This is the final designated area where climbers can access water before making their summit push.

Kibo Huts is situated at an altitude of approximately 4,700 meters (15,420 feet) and serves as the overnight camp before the final ascent to Uhuru Peak, the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro.

At Kibo Huts, climbers have access to a water source where they can refill their water bottles or hydration systems. It is crucial to ensure an adequate water supply for the demanding summit night and the subsequent descent.

It is worth noting that the availability of water at Kibo Huts is subject to natural conditions and weather patterns. In some cases, during dry seasons or periods of limited water supply, climbers may need to bring additional water or rely on their trekking company’s water provisions.

It is essential to plan and manage water consumption effectively throughout the climb to stay properly hydrated and avoid altitude-related complications. Climbers are advised to consult with their tour operator or guide for specific information about water availability and recommended water intake during the Marangu Route ascent.

Remember to follow the Leave No Trace principles and respect the environment by not littering or contaminating water sources. Preserving the natural beauty of Mount Kilimanjaro is important for future climbers and the conservation of the national park.