MOUNT KILIMANJARO 5,895 (19,341 feet) meters ASL SUMMIT TRIP

3.300 USD
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8 days
Located in Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa, rising to 5,895 meters (19,341 feet) and is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world. Despite its proximity to the equator (320 km away), the top has a snow cap because it rises above the snow line.
Kilimanjaro is on the Seven Summits list.

A well-maintained trail goes all the way to Uhuru peak which makes this expedition technically uncomplicated. However, the elevation of almost 6,000 meters does not allow for a quick “run” up to the top.

The summit provides for an immersion into an arctic ecosystem. The trek up the mountain takes visitors through cultivated land, rainforest, heath, moorland, and alpine desert of the Kilimanjaro National Park.

After the expedition, participants may choose to explore Africa, with its unique nature, and embark on a safari tour.
Good physical condition is required
Altitude difficulty

Technical difficulty
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Barranco to Karanga
Early morning hike in order to avoid crowds. Follow the trail which sojourns through many inclines and declines to Karanga Camp at 4,030 meters (13,221 feet). Hike at slow pace to allow for safe acclimatization. Dinner at Karanga camp.
Day 5
Shira to Barranco
Up the sinuous but beautiful trail, ascend to Lava Tower at 4,600 meters (15,091 feet). This is an important location on the trek. Lunch will be provided here allowing significant time for safe acclimatization. After lunch, return to Barranco camp at 3,900 meters (12,795 feet). Dinner at Barranco camp.
Day 4
Arrival in Kilimanjaro airport (JRO). Organized transfer from the airport to a hotel. Check-in at hotel. Meet and greet the local guide team and climbing crew. Trip briefing. Gear/equipment check.
Arrival in Tanzania
Day 1
Machame Camp
Another briefing in the morning. After breakfast, drive to the entrance of Kilimanjaro National Park. We are taking the Machame route that starts at Machame gate at 1,640 meters (5,380 feet) ASL. Permits will be received here. Hike to Machame camp at 2,980 meters (9,776 feet). Chances of tropical downpours are high.
Day 2
Machame to Shira
After breakfast, hike to Shira camp at 3,800 meters (12,467 feet). Leaving the glades of the rainforest behind, continue on an ascending path along a steep ridge gaining considerable elevation. First symptoms of altitude sickness are possible. Upon arrival at Shira camp, take an acclimatization hike towards Lava Tower. Dinner at Shira camp.
Day 3
Karanga to Barafu
A half day climb to Barafu Camp at 4,670 meters (15,321 feet) allows for a significant rest time before the summit bid. Early dinner before resting for the night.
Day 6
Barafu to Uhuru Peak to Mweka camp
Depart just before midnight for the final summit bid. Patience and persistence is required on the way to Uhuru peak at 5,895 meters (19,340 feet), the top of Kilimanjaro mount. The summit trek will not be hard due to being technically uncomplicated. Be ready to experience considerable altitude. It is a 7 to 9 hour hike.

After the summit, descend to Barafu camp for a short rest, continue to Mweca camp for dinner and overnight.
Day 7
Mweka to hotel
Descent to the Mweka gate, transfer to hotel, certificate ceremony for a successful completion of Kilimanjaro summit.
Day 8
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3.300 $
14.12-21.12, 2024
Kilimanjaro summit
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04.01-11.01, 2025
Kilimanjaro summit