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Climb Mount Kilimanjaro March 1st through the 12th

  • Mar 1, 2012 · 7:00 AM
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For two people on a seven-day Lemosho trek the price is US$2267 per person. For four people it's US$2045 per person; for five, US$2035 per person; for six, US$2021 per person. For 8-10 people, the price is US$1973 per person.

this is what the price includes:  

 * A copy of the book to help you prepare for your trip before you arrive in Tanzania     * Transfers to/from Kilimanjaro International or Arusha airports at the start/end of your trip  * Two nights in a hotel on B&B basis in a standard-class hotel (usually one night before and one after the trek).  * Transfers to/from the mountain at the start/end of the trek  * All park, camping and rescue fees and permits whilst on the mountain     * All camping equipment (save for those items specified below),     * All food and drink on the mountain     * Wages of guide/assistant guides, cooks and porters  

 It does not include the following, however: Flights (though we can advise you on which flights go to and from Kilimanjaro); visas; hire of clothing, trekking poles, head-torches and sleeping bags for the mountain; insurance; souvenirs; food and drink away from the mountain (except for those meals that are part of your B&B booking at your hotel); tips/gratuities for your mountain crew (see the book for details); side trips/extensions to your trip, such as excursions to Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Zanzibar etc.

If you need extra nights accommodation, or wish to upgrade to a better-class of hotel, or wish to book a safari etc, then this can all be booked and added to the final invoice. 

The plan is to fly to Tanzania on the 1st, this will take approx 24 hours.  Day 2 will be arriving in tanzania acclimatizing at hotel.  Trek will start on day 3 and end on day 9 via the Lemosho route.  Day 10 - free day will return flight beginning on day 11 putting you home on the 12th.  Safari's and/or side trips after climb can be arranged with trekking company and if you have the time and money I would highly recommend it - after all you are already over there.  Mike is planning on a side trip to Ngorongo crater.

When you sign up to go we will email you a booking form and $250 deposit will be due at that time.  The full amount  is due February 1st. Included in email is a 40 page pamphlet with information on traveling to this area, including vaccinations, visas, passport etc.  This company does not book flights but will assist in the process if needed.


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  • Elizabeth P

    Gorgeous photos!!! Thanks for sharing...this trip might be on my bucket list!

    March 25, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Here is a link for the visa requirements and where to send the information. I am working on mine now so let me know if you have any questions! http://www.tanzaniaembassy-us.org/tzevisa.html

    December 25, 2011

  • Sheri A.

    Michael, yes it is locked into Lemosho option. Going to keep it nontechnical and when we went with a group to Peru, 5 people couldnt even go because of illness and several of us that went were quite ill from altitude - all from Florida. this route has a better success rate because longer route with increased aclimmation time. I would definitely recommend diamox for those who are going.

    December 24, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sheri/Mike, is this trip 'locked' in to the Lemosho option?

    December 24, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    wow, this trip looks amazing! I would be up for it, but am planning to attempt a thru hike of the AT. South Africa is actually my back-up plan if I am unable to complete the AT.

    December 23, 2011

  • Sheri A.

    We are arranging it through Henry Stedman, he is the guy who wrote the guide book for Kilimajaro Team kilimanjaro is the outfitter

    December 23, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Ahhhhh! This bumps the St. George trip, for sure . Sheri/Mike who is the outfitter for this trip?

    December 23, 2011

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