Charity Kilimanjaro Climb

Charity Kilimanjaro Climb, As you make your way along the Machame Route, enjoy views across the African plains before reaching the mountain’s 5,895 m summit. The Kilimanjaro Trek is a ten day trip, including seven days trekking, taking in some of Tanzania’s most spectacular sights before reaching the mountain’s peak.Charity Kilimanjaro Climb

Day 1: Arrive in Arusha

Will meet and transfer to Peace Hotel in Arusha for overnight from Kilimanjaro International Airport. We will gather in the evening for a pre-climb briefing and an equipment check.

The best months for Climbing Kilimanjaro

Normally April and May are the months with long rains and should be avoided.
November is usually short rains but it is not often rains all day.
The best time for climbing Kilimanjaro is January to February and September.
July to August can be colder and November to December can be wetter.
January to March is the warmest months, almost clear of clouds each evening and morning.
The success rates with our guides are outstanding compared to the overall success rates for all climbers who attempt to reach the top.
Summit Success Rates: Gilman’s Point (92%). Uhuru Peak (90%)

DAY2. Machame Gate (1634 m/5,363 ft.) to Machame camp, (2834 m/9,300 ft)
Drive to Machame gate, after registration you begin your climb. Today is a nice leisurely hike through the tropical rain forest. As you pass through the rainforest, you are likely to spot colobus monkeys and wild birds’ .Dinner and Overnight at Machame camp.

DAY3. Machame camp (2834 m/9,300 ft) to Shira camp (3749 m/12,300 ft)
From the Machame Hut, you cross the stream onto its west bank and follow the path up the steep rocky ridge – criss-crossing a few times before reaching Shira camp, at the base of a semi-circular wall of rocks. Dinner and overnight at Shira camp

DAY 4.Shira camp (3749 m/12,300 ft) to Barranco camp (3901 m/12,800 ft)
From Shira camp, you hike to Lava Tower (15,000’) to acclimatize and then proceed down to Barranco Camp via the Great Barranco Wall. Tonight’s camp is one of the best on the mountain. Dinner and overnight at Barranco camp

DAY 5.Barranco camp (3900 m/12,800 ft) to Karanga Valley (3963 m/13,000 ft)
From Barranco camp, you climb up through the edge of great Barranco Wall. It’s a tough morning climb on a steep trail, but once you reach the top, the views are very rewarding. Dinner and overnight at Karanga camp

DAY 6.Karanga Valley (3963 m/13,000 ft) to Barafu camp (4,600 m/15,091 ft)
Today is a shorter climb than the past few days, hiking up to the final camp before your last ascent day to the summit. You must get lots of rest as you will need all your energy for the climb to the roof of africa. Dinner and overnight at Barafu camp

DAY 7.Barafu Camp (4,600m/15,091 ft) to the Summit (5896 m/19,343 ft) and then to Mweka Camp (3100 m/10,170 ft)
You will start trekking early just after midnight, as the walk today will take 10 – 14 + hours. The 1,100-meter (3,600’) ascent in just over 3 km (1.86 miles) will take us about 6-8 hours, as you try to reach the summit to watch the sunrise over the Great Rift Valley. After watching the sunrise and taking enough pictures, you then start descending down the mountain to below the tree line. Dinner and overnight at Mweka Camp

DAY 8.Mweka camp (3100 m/10,170 ft) to Mweka Gate (1828 m/6,000 ft)
on your final day, we will have a short three hour hike out, walking through the lush forest. You meet our driver with the vehicle at the Mweka park gate to drive back to Peace Hotel in Arusha.

Day9. At anytime depend on your flights Departure to Airport flight back home

PRICE BASED ON 2 PAX WITH GOVERNMENT VAT   $ 4685

Included In Tour Program

  • 2 nights’ accommodation at Peace Hotel in Arusha.
  • All nights’ accommodation in Tents.
  • Professional, experienced, mountain.
  •  All Park fees and Rescue fees.
  •  All meals while on the Mountain.
  • Arrival and Departure transfers.
  • Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees.
  • Large portions of fresh, healthy, nutritious food.
  • Clean, purified drinking water.
  • Fair and ethical treatment of porters.

Excludes:

  • Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival
  • Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.
  • Optional Tours.
  • Tips and any items of personal nature.
  • International and Local Flights.
  • Yellow fever vaccinations.

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