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Dates ( Days 7 / Nights 6 )
December 25 - December 31full
January 04 - January 101 memberfull
February 04 - February 102 membersfull
February 17 - February 233 membersfull
February 25 - March 03full
March 03 - March 095 membersfull
May 01 - May 071 memberfull
June 07 - June 13full
June 26 - July 02full
July 14 - July 20full
August 14 - August 201 memberfull
September 12 - September 18full
October 14 - October 20full
October 25 - October 31full
November 04 - November 10full
Moshi - Marangu Gate - Mandara - Horombo - Kibo Hut - Uhuru Peak - Horombo - Moshi
Why go there?
Kilimanjaro is 5895 meters high an extinct volcano, with 3 peaks: Kibo, Shira and Mawenzi ! The highest summit of Africa is one of the most beautiful places on earth. The mountain is situated completely in Tanzania. Kilimanjaro is a non technical mountain that can be climbed by anyone with a fair good condition and patience. There are many different routes, each passing rainforest, moorland and glaciers. Most people seize the opportunity of being in wildlife paradise and couple a safari to their trip as well.
Location: 3°04' South Latitude, 37°21' East longitude.
Kili is the easiest of all the 7 Summis, so the most popular. Our route goes up moderate slopes and is provided with rather comfortable huts (with dormitories and dining rooms).
Arrival in Kilimanjaro airport. Transfer to Moshi. Night in a hotel.
Transfer to Marangu Gate (1981m). Walk
through the rain forest to Mandara hut (2743m), about 3 hr. 12 km.
Leave the forest and cross the open moorland
to Horombo hut (3760m), about 4-5 hr. 15 km
Walk over the moorland, then alpine deserts to the “Saddle" between the peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo. From here we walk for about an hour to reach Kibo hut (4730m). All in all 4-5 hr. 15 km
We leave very early for the summit and scramble up a steep scree leading to Gillman`s Point (5681m), which is in the crater rim (4-6 hr). Continue around the
rim (about 2 hours) to Uhuru Peak (5895m), the highest point in Africa. Descend to Kibo Hut for tea and biscuits and then down to Horombo hut (3760). All in all - ascend and descend to Kibo takes about 10 hr and about 3 hr to Horombo. All in all 27 km.
Descending to Marangu gate and driving back to the hotel. Quiet afternoon.
Drive to Kilimanjaro airport.
Transfers from Kilimanjaro airport to the Hotel and back Hotel accommodation near Moshi (DBL, B&B) - 2 nights 5 days climbing by the Marangu route National parks entrance fees Local Guides, porters and cook
Price does not include
Airfare to Kilimanjaro airport and back
Tanzanian visa (50 USD) - if necessary: depends on your citizenship
Traveling and medical insurance
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary (dinners and suppers in hotels)
SINGLE accommodation (130 USD)
Tips (to local guides, porters and cook)
Tips guidelines (important information!)
You entrust your life, health, your time and money to the guides. And the guides take this responsibility for you and for the success of the whole trip. They are doing this 24 hours.
10-20 USD per day is expected as the normal amount of tips for the Guides and the staff of the program. If you liked everything about the trip, please don't forget to thank them. You can give the tips directly to the Main Guide and he will distribute it among the staff.
Necessary travel papers (documents)
Tanzanian visa (if necessary: depends on your citizenship)
2 nights in hotels (DBL, B&B), 4 nights in mountain huts
Full board on the mountain
Local mountain guides, assistants, cook, porters on the mountain
Health and medical insurance
Vaccinations against malaria, yellow fever and cholera are musts, even though the malaria threat is the highest in the coastal areas, minimal in Moshi and practically nonexistent on Kilimanjaro.
There are two rain seasons in East Africa. Though the dates are not fixed, roughly the first one is between late March and early
June and the second comes usually in October or November.