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We are a tour company clearly and effectively in communication, understanding the tourism industry, including the importance of responsible tourism, assessing needs and expectations of our clients;
Preparing, developing, and tailoring itineraries to client’s time frame, budget, and request.
Responding to emergencies safety, security, and problem handling.
Handling upgrades and tour reports of clients. Our team is positive in working and maintaining relationships with clients.
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We don’t claim to be the cheapest, but we do believe we offer very good value.
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Mount Kilimanjaro Treks & Trips
BEST ROUTES FOR MOUNT KILIMANJARO CLIMB
Mount Kilimanjaro, the only highest peak of Africa which can be summited without any technical skills.
All our Kilimanjaro treks are offered as a private trips, starting on any day. We offer group departures on the Machame Route only.
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Africa has a safari for every traveler – what will your travel story be? African safari packages and tours range from bucket-list adventures to ultra-luxurious vacations and everything in between.
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Travel through northern Tanzania’s iconic national parks, home to some of Africa’s best wildlife densities as well as the changing landscapes of the Great Rift Valley and the rich culture of the Maasai.
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What They Say About us
I can’t recommend this company more highly having climbed Killi in 2019. Excellent, friendly and knowledgeable team and at all times we felt in very capable hands. Thanks so much
April 29, 2022
Nelson is the safest pair of hands you can possibly have on what is a difficult and arduous trek. He is attentive and offers encouragement, all whilst being an excellent... read more
April 30, 2022
Nelson was my head guide on my Kilimanjaro hike in October 2019. He is knowledgeable, patient, and skilled in what he does. I felt very comfortable and safe during my... read more
April 30, 2022
"I climbed Kilimanjaro with this company. The porters, guides and cooks were excellent. They were patient, clear in communication, skilled in their job and very friendly. Every person in our... read more
November 2, 2021
KILIMANJARO CLIMB & WILDERNESS SAFARI FAQ's
Frequently Ask Questions
Below are a few general FAQs that you need to know before traveling to Tanzania.
In case there is anything you can’t find then please send us an email and we will get back to you with the answer.
We would recommend bringing USD (United States Dollars) with you and withdrawing some Tanzanian Shillings once you arrive. There are ATMs in Arusha/JRO Airport. Most places that you will visit accept USD but it's always good idea to have local currency.
Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is approximately 60km (60 min) from Arusha city centre. Kilimanjaro International Airport is the closest International Airport to Arusha.
Arusha Municipal Airport (ARK) is on the outskirts of Arusha but only operates domestic flights (Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Serengeti).
Other options include flying to Dar es Salaam and then catching a domestic flight to Kilimanjaro or Arusha. You can also fly to Nairobi (Kenya). International flights to this destination are often cheaper. You can then fly from Nairobi to Kilimanjaro or take a bus from Nairobi Airport to Arusha (approximately 7 hours).
- Cash in USD before the tour start.
- Pay by card before the tour starts with a 5% card processing fee. (Applicable throughout Tanzania)
- Pay by bank transfer at least 4 weeks in advance.
Waterproof, windproof, breathable pants and jacket with hood Goretex is excellent. packs (like Camelbaks) also work well, although the hose can freeze on the summit climb. Headlamp with extra batteries You might also consider a backup flashlight in case your headlamp fails.
Kilimanjaro and Safaris Packing List You can hire the required gear on the spot when you arrive in Tanzania.
There will be basic First Aid Kit in the Safari Vehicle, also we have it for the Kilimanjaro climbing, but still we recommend bringing a personal First Aid Kit. This is a suggested list of supplies: Sun Screen, Antihistamine cream & tablets,
The weather varies greatly, depending on where you are. Whatever time of year you come, please bring some warm clothes! It gets really cold in some places because of the high altitude, especially in June, July and August. It can also get very hot during afternoon. We advise dressing in layers. Typically, the long rains are March, April, and May. The short rains are in November / early December.
Tipping is highly expected in Tanzania. There is a well- established culture of tipping.
Guides: If you feel you have received good service, a typical tip is U$D 10-15 per person, per day. The guides work extremely long hours and tips supplement their income significantly. Anything you can afford is appreciated.
Tipping in accommodation is also discretionary. Most accommodation will have a tip box in Reception. We would recommend putting something in at the end of your stay, rather than giving individuals money. Depending on the level of service, we recommend $10 per day (for a group of 2).
The crews for one person for Kilimanjaro climbing include:
=> 1 Guide
=> 1 Chef Cook
=> 1 Waiter
=> 1 Toilet Porters
=> 4 Supporting Porters
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