This Mount Kilimanjaro webcam gives some awesome views of the highest mountain in Africa, standing at 19,341 feet above sea level. Mount Kilimanjaro is a volcanic mountain that started life some one million years ago, although there has been no activity in the past two hundred years. Despite this, volcanic gases still emanate from one of its three volcanic cones, Kibo, a cone that measures some 1.5 miles across! Whilst Mount Kilimanjaro is a million years old, it only first became known to Europeans in 1848 when a German missionary recorded its presence in his journal, and in the following years many expedition. Today Mount Kilimanjaro is a favourite walking destination, not least by people attempting to raise money for charity. To visit the webcam simply click on the visit site button above.
This Mount Kilimanjaro webcam is believed to be the only webcam featuring the mountain, and, in addition to seeing live images that refresh every few minutes there is also an archive of pictures together with a video showing some great shots of Mount Kilimanjaro. If it's dark when you visit its probably night time where the camera is located on the border of Tanzania and Kenya.
This Mount Kilimanjaro webcam is just one of a number of webcams you can view to see live streaming action from Africa. From time to time some of the webcams become inoperational as they are subject to flooding and technical faults. Because of their often remote location it can take weeks, sometime months to reach and repair them!
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