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Climate Generally dry and hot with cool nights/mornings June-­October and mid­-December­-March; short rains November to mid­-December; long rains April­-May but the seasons can vary. The coastal strip is hot and humid all year round. Temperatures on Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru drop to below freezing. Clothes Pack lightweight, washable clothes plus a sweater for early morning...
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Below you will find two addresses in the United States through which you can obtain your Tanzanian Visa in advance. We recommend mailing your application and passport to the New York office, especially if you need your visa in a rush. However, it is also possible to obtain a visa upon arrival in Tanzania, just...
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We have compiled this information for you from the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) website (www.cdc.gov/travel) for your easy reference as a traveller planning to visit Tanzania / East Africa. Food and waterborne diseases are the number one cause of illness in travellers. Travellers’ diarrhoea can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites, which are...
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Marangu route route is often considered to be the easiest route on Mount Kilimanjaro – but don’t be fooled, as no route on Kilimanjaro is “easy”. It is given this rating as it has a gradual, less steep ascent climb, which means that you also as a result cover greater distances each day. It is also...
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Each climber on Mt. Kilimanjaro is required to pay park fees, which constitutes conservation, camping, rescue and crew fees. On Lemosho and Rongai routes, special forest fees are also applicable. It is another key element of Mt Kilimanjaro climbing cost. Be aware that some unethical tour operators deliberately provide misleading information regarding park fees. Never trust claims that it is possible to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and...
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Kilimanjaro operators are not all the same. Prices per person range normally from $1,500 up to $5,000 depending on which of the Kilimanjaro tour operators and Kilimanjaro hiking routes you choose. You might wonder rightly why there’s such a wide range of offers. Let’s divide the Kilimanjaro tour operators into three segments: low budget, value for money and luxury tour operators. Budget Kilimanjaro...
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Packing Checklist for Climbing Kilimanjaro It’s possible to rent gear locally for climbing the mountain but it’s expensive and the quality is certainly poor for the money you will be spending. If you let us know in advance its possible we can provide some gear to you free of cost. However, the best bet is...
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You will be amazed at the variety, quality & quantity of the food we serve to you whilst you are on your Mount Kilimanjaro climb. As you are trekking for between 6-9 hours a day (before summit night) you’ll be burning a lot of calories – and as you are at altitude – even more...
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Table of ContentsIntroduction Understanding Altitude Sickness (AMS)The Importance of AcclimatizationClimbing Techniques to Prevent Altitude Sickness (AMS)Slow and steady wins the race.Stay well-hydrated to prevent Altitude Sickness (AMS).Maintain a healthy diet to prevent Altitude Sickness (AMS).Prioritize quality sleep to prevent Altitude Sickness (AMS).The Role of Diamox in Preventing Altitude Sickness (AMS)The Power of a Positive Mindset During...
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