Have you ever wanted to challenge yourself to achieve something special or maybe you’ve set yourself a personal fitness goal? Then perhaps climbing Africa’s highest peak, the tallest free-standing mountain on the planet, is just the kind of thing you’ve been looking for!!
Our standard “Kilimanjaro Climb” package takes in 9-10 nights in Tanzania. We endeavour wherever possible, to include a one-day safari and a trip to an orphanage either side of the climb, subject to flight times, cost, and the condition of the group after the climb.
If you’re a group of 8 or more “creating your own trip” to climb Kilimanjaro, we can cater for your bespoke needs and go on the dates of your choosing. Just let us know what you’re after, and we’ll send you a quote.
We have a number of Kilimanjaro Climbs planned that anyone can add on to…
You can come as an individual or as a group of two or three friends. It’s up to you. Each climb has a maximum capacity of 12 plus leader, and it all works on a first-come-first-served basis. A £295 deposit is required to secure your place. We then have a payment structure that will allow you to settle the remaining balance in manageable instalments as the countdown to your climb begins!
Climbing Kilimanjaro also presents a unique opportunity to raise money for the charity of your choice. Making a big effort to raise money for charity can also benefit you personally, by off-setting some of the cost of your trip. On request, we can provide self-explanatory EEA sponsorship forms which can aide you in this process.
Included In Price:
Flights and all airport taxes.
Entry visa for Tanzania.
All transport/transfer costs in East Africa.
Sleeping arrangements on Kilimanjaro.
All National Park gate fees, camping fees and climbing permits, including Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees (Kilimanjaro Rescue Team).
2 Nights bed and breakfast in Arusha or Moshi – 1 night before/after the climb – in twin-shared accommodation.
Qualified mountain guide, assistant guides, porters and cook. A porter will carry your duffel bag (max weight 15kg/33lbs) from camp to camp. All the mountain crew’s salaries are fixed as per KINAPA guidelines.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as hot drinks for the duration of the climb, and water for washing up daily.
Camping equipment – tents, sleeping mat, chairs etc. Not applicable on the Marangu route as all meals are served at camps in designated mess halls.
Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summiting aid).
Pulse-Oximeter carried by all chief guides with a daily check-up for all hikers built into the daily programme.
A 15 page altitude sickness survival guide plus a comprehensive information pack on climbing Kilimanjaro.
Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only).
Bespoke 24″ x 16″ Photo Canvas of your favourite photo from trip.
A specially produced “memories” video of your adventure.
Kilimanjaro National Park certificate for your successful summit attempt.
A one day Safari to Tarangire National Park or Lake Manyara
Not Included In Price:
Items of a personal nature
Compulsory tips for guides, porters and cook. The recommended tipping scale is as follows, and all tips are per group per day… Chief Guide – $20. Assistant Guide – $12. Cook – $8 per day. Porters – $6.
Vaccinations and anti-Malaria.
Personal travel and medical insurance.
Personal hiking/trekking gear.
Optional but highly recommended – portable toilet! A portable toilet is not required on the Marangu route as camps have in situ facilities.
Snacks, personal medicine and water purifying tablets.
Meals/drinks unless specified and extra snacks and nutrition.
The guide price range takes into consideration fluctuating factors like flight prices and the £-to-$ exchange rate. Please understand as well that when a group of 10 people climb Kilimanjaro approximately 20 other people (guides, porters and cooks) are needed to get the group to the summit and that is the main cost associated with a Kilimanjaro Climb other than the flights.