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Rongai route 6 Days

This 6 Days Kilimanjaro Rongai route .The Rongai Trailhead is Kilimanjaro’s only route beginning from the north side and crossing the mountain. Rongai Route 6 Day begins and end at Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort in Marangu.
Arrive anytime at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), there will be a private transfer waiting at the airport to pick up you to Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort in Marangu.
All airport transfers are the part of the package, no extra fee is required.

It is used by few trekkers. It joins with the Marangu Route on the final ascent to the summit on the fourth day, but otherwise few others are seen along the way. This route affords the opportunity to witness up-close the Mawenzi volcano, the second highest peak of Kilimanjaro, and the magnificent saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo Peak.
Due to the rugged terrain and the very limited acclimatization time, fitness plays a huge role in the enjoyment and success of this trek. Each day you see many changes of vegetation and scenery, due to the rising terrain and decrease in precipitation. The accommodation is in mountain tents and dining is in our mess tents. Toilet tents with convenient and sanitary portable flush toilets are set up at all camps.

Itinerary (6 days rongai route / 5 nights on Kili):

Day 1    Briefing
Your guides will meet you at your hotel in Moshi for a detailed briefing of the climb.
Accommodation:Keys Hotel – Moshi (D)

Day 2    Transfer to Loitokitok gate (2000 m) – hike to Rongai 1 Caves camp  (2830 m)
Departure from hotel will be at around 7:30 am for Loitokitok Gate (ca. 4 hrs transfer), where you will complete the entry formalities and have lunch.
You start trekking through fields and dense mountain rain forest to your first camp in the heather. 3-4 hrs trekking.Accommodation: Rongai 1 Caves camp (B, L, D)

Day 3    Rongai 1 Caves – Rongai 2 (3450 m) or Rongai 3 Caves camp (3950 m)
About 4-5 hrs trekking through heather and moorland brings you to the second caves where you have lunch. If the weather is clear, Mawenzi will be in plain view – a stunning sight. Enjoy stopping to observe an exotic heather-zone vegetation along the trail. If you are still very fit, you might continue to the Rongai 3 caves camp (ca. 2-3 hrs trekking), otherwise you stay overnight here.Accommodation: Rongai 2 or Rongai 3 Caves camp (B, L, D)

Day 4    Rongai 2 (or 3) – Outward Bound camp (4,750 m)
From Rongai 2, it’s about 5-7 hrs, from Rongai 3 about 3-5 hrs trekking, first through moorland and then into the highland desert, until you arrive in the saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo. The landscape grows more impressive and spectacular as you gain altitude.
Prepare all your gear for the night ahead and turn in early to rest.Accommodation: Outward Bound camp (B, L, D)

Day 5    Outward bound camp – Gilman’s Point (5712 m) – Uhuru Peak (5895 m) – Horombo Camp (3110 m)
A hot drink will arrive very early this morning. At about 1 am , you start trekking towards the rim of the crater, which you reach at Gilmans’ Point (5,712 m) and from there to Uhuru Peak (7-8 hrs). The following descend to Horombo Camp is about 6-8 hrs.
At the start of the trek at 1 am, temperatures usually be between -10 and 0 deg. and somewhere between -12 deg. C (10 deg. F) to -23 deg. C (-10 F.) on or near the summit just before dawn.
The slope is steep, with switchbacks, over loose rock and scree with some boulders as you near Gilman’s Point. You will stop at Hans Meyer cave on the way, the famous place that Kilimanjaro’s first western climber described in jis journals. Once at Gilmans’ Point (after ca. 5-6 hrs) at the edge of the crater, the trail becomes less steep and Uhuru Peak is reached after 1.5-2 hrs trekking along the usually snowy crater rim. After descending to Kibo hut, there is a pause for rest and food, then it’s another 3-4 hrs to reach Horombo Camp. Total trekking time: 13-16 hrs.Accommodation: Horombo camp (B, L, D)

Day 6    Final descend – Transfer to Moshi
It’s a relaxed 5-6 hours trek straight down to Marangu Gate, where you’ll have lunch. After receiving your certificates and saying goodbye to many of your crew, we’ll return to Moshi).
Accommodation: Keys Hotel – Moshi (B, L, D)

Lemosho route 9 Days

9 Day Kilimanjaro Climb Lemosho Route is unique, challenging and adventurous. Suitable for experienced climbers and those with enough energy. The climb takes up to 9 days to and from the top of Africa

Kilimanjaro Climb Lemosho Route Details

DAY 0: Arrive at the Kilimanjaro International Airport

Arrive at the Kilimanjaro International Airport where you will be met at the airport and be transferred to the Hotel in Moshi/Arusha for overnight.

DAY 1: Arusha (915 m/3,000 ft) to Londorossi Gate

After breakfast a briefing at your hotel will be given by your chief Guide followed by a drive to Londorossi Park Gate (2,250m / 7,380ft, 2.5 hours). After park rules and regulations the trail commencing takes us to the forest with our 4WD vehicle towards Lemosho Glades (2,390m  7,830ft, 11km, 45 minutes) and Walk along the forest trails to Mti Mkubwa campsite thereafter dinner and overnight at Mti Mkubwa camp site.

DAY 2:Mti Mkubwa Camp (2,750 m/9,020 ft) to Shira Camp

The trail slowly becoming very steep and enters the moorland zone, then crosses the Shira Ridge at 3,600 m/11,810 ft and drops gently to Shira Camp one located by a stream on the Shira Plateau. Early morning after breakfast continue as the trail gradually steeping and enters the giant heather moorland zone Several streams are crossed then it gains the Shira ridge at about 3600m / 11,810ft and drops gently down to Shira one camp site located near by the streams on the Shira Plateau. Dinner and overnight at Shira one campsite.

DAY 3: Shira Camp (1) 3,500 m/11,485 ft to Shira Camp

Today you will have very moderate walk across the plateau which leads you to Shira Camp two on moorland meadows by a stream. Although variety walks are available on the plateau just to make this an excellent acclimatization day.

DAY 4: Shira Camp 2 – 3,840 m/12,600 ft – to Lava Tower

You will have breakfast and precede hiking east u p to a steeping path above the vegetation toward Kilimanjaro looming mass. After several hours of walking now commerce you’re a walk through a rocky landscape to reach the prominent landmark called Lava Tower at 4,630 m/15,190 ft. This chunky remnant of Kilimanjaro earlier volcanic activity is several hundred feet high, and the trail passes right below it. For extra credit, the sure-footed can scramble to the top of the tower. After a lunch stop near Lava Tower, descend for 2 hours below the lower cliffs of the Western Breach and Breach Wall to Barranco Camp at 3,950 m/12,960 ft. There are plentiful photo opportunities on this hike, especially if the walls are festooned with ice. Barranco Camp is in a valley below the Breach and Great Barranco Walls, which should provide you with a memorable sunset while you wait for your dinner. On this day, be careful to become aware of any signs of altitude sickness.

DAY 5: Barranco Camp – 3,900 m/12,800 ft – to Karanga Camp

After breakfast we continue up a steep ridge to the great Barranco Wall, and then you climb this magnificent obstacle which turns out to be easier than it looks. Topping out just below the Heim Glacier, you can now appreciate just how beautiful Kilimanjaro really is. With Kibo glaciers soaring over head you descend into the lush Karanga Valley to the Karanga Valley campsite. From the camp you can look east and see the jagged peaks of Mawenzi into the African sky. After a hot lunch at the camp your afternoon is spent at leisure for resting or exploring. After two long days please note this short day is very important for your acclimatization, since your summit push is about to start a while to come.

DAY 6: Karanga Camp – 4,200 m/13,780 ft to Barafu Camp

This morning you will hike east over intervening ridges and valley to join the Mweka Route, which will be your descent route. Turn left toward the mountain and hike up the ridge through a sparse landscape for another hour to Barafu Hut where you will receive a hot lunch. The last water point on this route is Karanga Valley as there is no water at Barafu Cam. Even though Barafu is the Swahili word for ice. The famous snows of Kilimanjaro are far above Barafu Camp near the summit of the mountain. Your tent will be pitched on a narrow, stony, wind-swept ridge, so make sure that you familiarize yourself with the terrain before dark to avoid any accidents. Prepare your equipment and warm clothing for your summit climb, and drink a lot of fluids. After an early dinner, go to bed for a few hours of valued sleep.

DAY 7: Summit Day! Barafu Camp

You will be up around 11:30 PM, and after some hot tea and biscuits you will drag your feet off into the night. 6-hour climb northwest up through heavy scree between the Rebmann and Ratzel glaciers to Stella Point on the crater rim is the most challenging part of the route for most climbers. At Stella Point 5,685 m/18,650 ft you stop for a short rest and a chance to see a supremely sanguine sunrise. At Stella Point you join the top part of Marangu Route but do not stop here too long, as it will be extremely difficult to start again due to cold and exhaustion.

Depending on the time of year and current storms you may stumble upon snow on your remaining hike along the rim to Uhuru Peak. On the summit, you can enjoy your accomplishment and know that you are creating a day that you will remember for the rest of your life. After your 3-hour descent from the summit back to Barafu Camp, you will have a well-deserved but short rest collect your gear, and hike down a rock and scree path into the moorland and sooner or later into the forest to Mweka Camp 3,100 m/10,170 ft This camp is in the upper forest, so you can anticipate mist or rain in the late afternoon., Dinner and washing water will be prepared and the camp office sells drinking water, soft drinks, chocolates, and beers.

DAY 8: Mweka Camp -3,100 m/10,170 ft to Mweka Gate

After a well deserved breakfast it is a short scenic 3-hours hike back to the park gate, please note no tips is given on the way until all your gears and the rest of the crew have reached the gate safely, but do remember to tip your staff at the gate, At Mweka Gate you will sign your name and add details in a register. This is also where successful climbers normally receive their summit certificates and can be followed by a bottle of champen. Climbers who reached Stella Point are issued green certificates and those who reached Uhuru Peak receive gold certificates. From Mweka Gate you will continue down to Mweka Village 3 km where you will be served a delicious hot lunch after which you are driven back to Arusha for a past due hot shower and comfortable night in a nice hotel in Moshi/Arusha.

DAY 9: Arusha other destinations in Tanzania

Depart for the airport or other destinations in Tanzania or A trip to the beaches at Zanzibar as it is one of the very good way to build up your strength we can arrange many rationally priced trips and safaris around Moshi and Arusha region.

8 Days Lemosho route

8 Days Lemosho route – The Lemosho route is probability the most scenic route up the summit of Kilimanjaro starting from the western part of the mountain. On the way up just the first day you may see wild animals including monkey, duiker and occasion buffaloes.

DAY 01:
A three-hour drive from Moshi brings us to the Londorossi Park Gate located on the western side of Kilimanjaro. At the gate after registration we pick up a game ranger who will accompany us, as we might encounter elephants and buffaloes during our trek. Drive to the trail-head at Lemosho Glades and start the trek through the rain forest. In places the vegetation is so untouched that it grows right across the narrow track. The flora and fauna are richer here than on the other more popular routes through the rain forest. Our trek today will be along a little used track known as Chamber’s Route. In about 3-4 hours we will reach our camp in the rain forest at Mti Mkubwa (Big Tree) at 2795m.

DAY 2: Mti Mkubwa – Shira 1 Camp
After breakfast, start the climb cross the remaining rain forest towards the giant moorland zone. Today is a full day trek with an altitude gain of 610m. After lunch we cross into the Shira Caldera, a high altitude desert plateau which is rarely visited. Shira is the third of Kilimanjaro’s volcanic cones, and is filled with lava flow from Kibo Peak. Overnight Shira 1 Camp at 3505m.

DAY 3: shira 1 – Shira 2 camp
After breakfast continue hike east across the Shira Plateau past the Shira Cathedral towards Shira Two camp. You only gain 214 feet in elevation – this allows you to acclimatize slowly to the altitude. The views of the plateau are nothing less than spectacular. Overnight at Shira 2 Camp 3720m.

DAY 4: Shira 2 – Baranco Camp
It’s about a 7 hour superb hike today. We pass the Lava Tower, around the southern flank of Kibo, and slowly descend to Barranco, your most spectacular campsite, at the foot of Kibo Peak, looming high above. Our camp is only 142m higher than where we were last night, but our walk will have taken us to just over 4300m today. This is one of your most valuable days for acclimatization. Overnight at Barranco 3865m.

DAY 5: Baranco Camp – Karanga Camp

From the Barranco Hut we ascend up the Barranco wall and walk across screed and ridges to Karanga Valley (4100m) with breathtaking views of the West Breach and the southern glacier. Lunch is often taken here, depending on progress. The afternoon can be spent on an acclimatization hike, before spending the night at Karanga Valley.

DAY 6: Karanga Camp – Barafu
After a relaxing start, about 2 hours from Karanga we will come out on the Barafu path (part of the Mweka Trail). It is a further 1-2 hours to Barafu. The last stage to Barafu camp is quite steep, and as always we advise taking it as easy as possible. This is the day that leads to the final ascent and so being as relaxed as possible, both mentally and physically, is the best advice. In the evening you will be briefed for the final ascent.

DAY 7: Uhuru Peak- Barafu – mweka Camp
You will be woken in the middle of the night and start the final ascent. We plan to reach Stella Point by sunrise. (About 6 or more hours) At dawn, from the Crater rim, rugged Mawenzi is a thrilling sight, with the Kibo saddle still in darkness beneath you, and the crater’s ice-walls looming ahead. If you feel strong enough, you continue to Uhuru Peak (1-2 hours) This is the highest point in Africa, and the world’s highest solitary peak (5895m). This is the toughest day that most trekkers have ever experienced. You will have ascended 1100m and descended 2,200m in a period of 12-15 hours. We continue down to Mweka Hut (3-4 hours from the top).

DAY 8: Mweka Camp – Mweka Gate – Moshi
The final descent takes you through the lower heath section that quickly turns into rainforest. Your time on Kilimanjaro ends at Mweka Village (1450m), where your vehicle will be waiting to transfer you back to the Arusha Hotel. Relax, take a hot shower and celebrate your achievement.

Marangu route 6 Days

This is the most common ascent.Its relatively easy 5 – 6 days trip ascends Kilimanjaro from leads to the foot of Kibo, Marangu Route is also the oldest Route and most popular, at one time drawing over 80% of trekkers on Kilimanjaro,it also came to be known as Coca – Cola route, from where the final summit bid is undertaken via the Normal/Marangu Route. You descend this route by retracting your steps.

Day 1: Arrival in Arusha – Marangu

Pick up from your entry point upon your arrival and then be transferred to your hotel for rest and overnight for dinner and overnight in Ossy Grand or Leopard Hotel in Moshi.Then before you go to bed you will have a packing list / checklist for all your climbing equipment and material so as to start early enough the following morning with our qualified guides and crews. You may take time to change some currency into local cash for easy transaction and payment of tips or buying basic commodities or souvenirs.Overnight: Ossy Grand Hotel or Leopard Hotel

Meal plan: Bed & breakfast

Day 2: Marangu Gate – Mandara Hut (8,860ft)

On this day you will have an early breakfast around 0700am then have short briefing by our guide and transfer to the park gate accompanied by our crews whom you will be spending the rest of the days together.  The actual hike begins at the park gate (6,000′) and we hike 5.5 miles up to Mandara Hut (8,860′) near the upper edge of the forest line. The hike takes about 4-6 hours. The path is interesting, starting off through rain forest vegetation, and then opening up to giant heather. If time and weather permit, a short walk from Mandara to Maundi Crater is worth it. Accommodations here, as well as at Horombo, are in wooden A-frame huts that sleep 4 to 8.
Overnight: Mandara Hut
Meal plan: Lunch, dinner, breakfast

Day 3: Mandara Hut – Horombo Hut (12,200ft)

For today the destination is Horombo Hut at 12,200′. It takes a good 5-6 hours to cover the 10-mile journey and we often get our first views of the Kibo summit. The trail is strenuous and slippery and takes us clear of the forests and out onto the moorland. It passes beneath the rocky southern face of Mawenzi-one of the three volcanoes that make up Kilimanjaro. Rainfall in this region is frequent.
Overnight: Horombo Hut
Meal plan: Lunch, dinner, breakfast

Day 4: Free day in Horombo Hut – Kibo Hut (15,500ft)

The day will is psent at the huts for accillimatization or you can have 3 hours hike to Mawenzi peak and hike back to Horombo huts.

Overnight: Horombo Hut
Meal plan: Lunch, dinner, breakfast

Day 5: Horombo Hut – Kibo Hut (15,500ft)

Another long hike, this time up to Kibo Hut at almost 15,500′. Although somewhat shorter in distance, this usually takes 7 hours because it is steeper and the altitude slows everyone down. The route passes directly up onto the Saddle, a wide, flat area with the peaks of Kibo and Mawenzi looming overhead. Views from here can be fantastic. The last part of the trail passes across the arid plateau before ascending to Kibo Hut. Kibo Hut is a stone hut with rooms that sleep 10-15 people in bunk beds. We have a light dinner, and turn in early for any sleep if possible. The guides give a little pre-climb talk after dinner.
Overnight: Kibo Hut
Meal plan: Lunch, dinner, breakfast

Day 6: Kibo Hut – Summit Attempt at Uhuru Peak (19,340ft) / Horombo Hut

Early wakeup call at about midnight, and have tea and cookies. The guides try to get everyone ready to climb as quickly as possible, leaving between 1200hrs and 1230hrs.   Starting off, the trail swings back and forth up a steep scree slope and the climate is bitterly cold. The summit climb is an event you will not forget, with the night sky full of stars and only your breathing to help focus your mind. Most climbers arrive at Gillman’s Point, elevation 18,635 feet, in time to enjoy sunrise around 6:30 a.m. The views from the top looking down on the plains of Africa make it all worthwhile. Some climbers decide that they have reached their goal and head down from here. For the strong, the true summit is Uhuru Peak (19,340 feet)-an additional 3 hours away round-trip. The descent from Gillman’s Point is fairly rapid, taking about 2 hours. Most climbers take a short rest at Kibo Hut before descending to Horombo Hut for the night, arriving in the late afternoon.
Overnight: Horombo Hut
Meal plan: Lunch, dinner, breakfast

Day 7: Horombo Hut – Marangu Gate – Moshi

Breakfast is followed by a long 14-mile hike back to the Marangu gate and park’s headquarters. We stop at the hotel, pick up our gear and drive to our hotel in Moshi. It is a welcome treat to sleep in a bed, take a hot shower and celebrate the climb. After finishing your climb you will be taken to Babylon Lodge where you will have the use of a room to freshen up before being taken to the airport to connect with your onwards flight to your next destination.

Machame route 7 Days

Machame route is the second popular ascent route. This is longer 6 – 8 days climb, its harder and most spectacular.It climbs Kilimanjaro from the South – west and enjoys some of the finest forest and health/moorland scenery on the mountaintop final push to the summit is via either the tricky Western Breach or more usually the Barafu Route. The stipulate descent route for this path is the Mweka Route. Increasingly popular and recently renovated, this path is no longer the wilderness experience that it once was. Nonetheless it constitutes an exceptional fully rounded expedition.

Day 1: Arrival in Kia and pick up – Moshi Ossy Grand Hotel

Upon arrival I will pick you up from Kilimanjaro International Airport {KIA} and head straight to Moshi Town which acts like the base of Kilimanjaro trekking.The drive from the Airport to Moshi normally takes 1.5hrs. On arrival check in Ossy Grand Hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Moshi – Machame Gate to Machame Camp

After the breakfast drive to Machame Park Gate, this normally takes 40min to get to the Machame Gate. On arrival you go through the registration with the park authority as we weigh the bags and food, this process normally takes like at least 45min depending with the number of people. The Kilimanjaro trek in this World Heritage Site begins at the end of the tarmac road, walking for about 6 hrs, gradually ascending through the cloud forests of Kilimanjaro and onto giant heather forested hills at Machame Camp (2850 m).

Day 3 : Machame Hut to Shira Camp

Trekkers ascend an enjoyable ridge, traverse along a stream gorge and finally emerge on the Shira plateau volcanic moorland (3810 m). Total trekking time is approximately 6 hrs.

Day 4: Shira Camp to Barranco Camp

Trekkers follow the trail to Lava Tower (>4600 m), have lunch prior to spending an hour at Lava Towers, and then descend into the scenic Barranco gorge. Continue to Barranco Camp at 3975 m. Total trekking time is approximately 6 hrs.

Day 5: Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp

Trekkers cross the Barranco Valley, ascend the well known and fascinating Barranco wall (not technical climbing), then follow the Kibo South Circuit. Descend and ascend again for about 2 additional hours to arrive at Karanga Camp (4000 m) for lunch and overnight. Total trekking time is approximately 5 hrs.

Day 6 : Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp

Another half day trek takes you across some splendid volcanic lands, with Kibo Volcano (highest of the Kilimanjaro volcanoes) and its remaining glaciers as the backdrop. Enjoy the final ascent to Barafu Camp (4673 m). Total trekking time between camps is approximately 5 hrs. After lunch and a couple of hours of rest, you begin a short trek up to Kibo Camp for further acclimatization, and then descend for dinner. Sleep until 11:00 p.m and then begin all night ascent. The summit is attainable since you should be properly acclimatized by now.

Day 7 : Barafu Camp to Uhuru Peak to Lower Mweka Camp

Trekkers move “pole pole” (Swahili for “slowly”) to the north-west, with mountain guides at their side, up a defined trail toward Stella Point on the crater rim. Summit day is scheduled to coincide with a waxing moon, which will be nearly full. This 6-hour trek to Stella Point (5756 m) is the most mentally and physically challenging on the route. Temperature is usually -10° Celsius, and winds can make it even more challenging. At Stella Point, the group re-nourishes, enjoys the famous Kilimanjaro sunrise, and then continues for another hour to the true summit of Africa, Uhuru Peak. Photos and celebrations ensue. A slow descent back to Stella Point, followed by a quicker descent on scree slope trails back to Barafu Camp for a well deserved rest and brunch. Break camp and hike down to Lower Mweka Camp by mid-afternoon. This is the day you appreciate your trekking poles and honor your guides and porters – you descend over 2800 meters from Uhuru Peak to Mweka Camp. If weather thwarts your summit bid, an extra day has been allowed if the group decides delay is advisable.

Day 8: Mweka Camp To Moshi Or Arusha

This is the last day of the trek. The 3 hours descent to Mweka Gate is very enjoyable, provides good views of yesterday’s accomplishment, and provides excellent photo opportunity of Mount Kilimanjaro’s unique vegetation of the cloud forest. Check-out at Mweka trail head, and then shuttle to a welcoming Arusha Tourist Hotel in Arusha.

5 Days Marangu route

Marangu Route is the most common ascent.Its relatively easy 5, 6 days trip ascends Kilimanjaro from leads to the foot of Kibo, Marangu Route is also the oldest Route and most popular, at one time drawing over 80% of trekkers on Kilimanjaro,it also came to be known as Coca – Cola route, from where the final summit bid is undertaken via the Normal Marangu Route. This is the only route on which all overnight stops are made in purpose built huts. It’s advisable for you to pay and book in advance to secure yourself a room if you plan to use this route. Marangu route passes to the south of Mawenzi before it crosses to the desolate Saddle of heading to Kibo Hut. Most of the people complete the route in only 5 days and as a consequence it has a surprisingly low success rate for getting trekkers to the top. In order to increase your chances of reaching Uhuru Peak you should try to factor in an extra day for acclimatization purposes. This should be taken at Horombo Hut from where you can enjoy a number of fascinating side trips to explore various features of the Mountain.

Day 1 : Moshi – Mandara

Pick Up from your hotel in Moshi at 8.00 am drive to the Marangu Park Gate the set of point for your three hour hike to Mandara Hut in which you cover 9 km. Here we are at 2,774m above sea level on your first overnight on Kilimanjaro.

Day 2: Mandara – Horombo

Begin your trek to Horombo Hut in an average hiking time of 8 hours, lunch en route. In clear weather Mawenzi and Kibo peaks can be seen.
Dinner and overnight at the hut, 3,761m.

Day 3: Horombo – Kibo

After breakfast, hike 13 km to Kibo hut, 4,732 m above sea level in an average hiking time of 6 hours. You will now encounter spectacular mountain vegetation like Lobelia, giant cactus and groundsel.

Day 4: Kibo – Horombo via Gilman’s Point and Uhuru Peak.

Wake up at 02.00 a.m. for a pre – down attempt of the summit. It takes 5 hours to Gillan Point 5,681 m above sea level. From Gilman’s it takes 1 hour to summit Uhuru Peak, the highest point in African at 5,896 m above sea level. Descend to Horombo hut for overnight.

Day 5: Horombo – Moshi

After breakfast, descend to the Marangu Park Gate via Mandara.You will be transferred to  Moshi for lunch,the rest of the day you relax in the hotel as you wait to head on to the next destination the following morning.

6 Days Machame route

Day 1:-A pick up from your hotel will be just after breakfast at 8am and start a short drive to Machame gate where all the park formalities will be done and the hike to Machame Hut with picnic lunch starts, the walk will take 5-6 hours through rain forest. Dinner and overnight at Machame Hut.

Day 2:- After breakfast proceed hiking slowly famous POLE POLE to Shira Camp picnic lunch on the way dinner and overnight at Shira Camp. The walk takes 3 to 4 hours.

Day 3:- After breakfast continue ascending to Baranco Hut via Lava Tower for acclimatization, lunch at Lava Tower then after a little rest start descending to Baranco Hut for dinner and overnight.

Day 4:- Once finish having breakfast starts ascend through Baranco Wall, Lunch at Karanga Valley. After lunch, proceed to Barafu Camp. This walk takes approximately 5-6 hours https://oesterreichischeapotheke.com/viagra-kaufen-oesterreich/. Dinner and overnight at Barafu Camp.

Day 5:- Early in the morning 5 o’clock  the strive ascend to the summit starts which will take you about 4-5 hours then after successfully reach the summit you will start descending slowly back to Mweka Camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 6:-After breakfast keep descending to Mweka Gate where you be met with our driver after hot lunch brought by the driver the guide will present you a Certificates showing you have successfully climbed Kilimanjaro to the summit and a drive back to the Hotel starts where a small celebration party will be held, please find our extended safari programs to northern Tanzania and Zanzibar beach holiday which is good way to restore your form.

Kilimanjaro Climbing Includes:

  • 2 Nights accommodation in Moshi at Keys Hotel included
  • Quality, waterproof, four-season private mountain sleeping tents:
  • Professional, experienced, mountain guides:
  • All Park fees
  • Rescue fees
  • All meals while on the Mountain
  • Arrival and Departure transfers
  • Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees
  • Quality Mess  tents with table and chairs:
  • Large portions of  fresh, healthy, nutritious food:
  • Clean, purified drinking water:
  • Crisis management and safety procedures:
  • Fair and ethical treatment of porters:
  • Sleeping Mattress:

Excludes:

  • Tanzania Visa
  • Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
  • Meals not listed above
  • Optional Tours (short safari after your climb etc)
  • Tips and any items of personal nature.