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    How To Book Your Kilimanjaro Climb

    Book Your Kilimanjaro Climb as early as possible

    We highly recommend that you book your Kilimanjaro Climb as soon as possible and well in advance (if possible) of your intended departure date – availability can become extremely limited at times.

    1. Complete our booking form/contact Page

    Should you wish to proceed with a booking, simply go to our booking form by clicking HERE. Complete the booking form. Should your tour party consist of more than one person, the group le ...{Read More}
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    2020 Climb Kilimanjaro Tours Prices & Dates

    Climbing Kilimanjaro Tours Prices and Dates for 2020

    Trek Kilimanjaro with Climbing Kilimanjaro. Below we have our Scheduled  Kilimanjaro tours prices and dates. You don't need to trek on these dates shown below. We publish them only for the trekkers who wish to climb with others they don't already know. The majority of our clients choose their own dates for their Kilimanjaro trip(at no additional cost), though most request us to open up their climbs for others to join - simply so as to have extra company on the trek. If you decide to ...{Read More}
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    Kilimanjaro Coronavirus Covid-19 Information

    Can I Climb Kilimanjaro During the Coronavirus COVID-19

    YES. With Coronavirus Covid-19, Our Kilimanjaro trips and Safari operations in Tanzania  are going on as normal even for new enquiries and bookings.
    President John Magufuli announced that there would be no more restrictions against for tourists and travelers coming into Tanzania. He called for the airlines to resume flights into Tanzania immediately. ...{Read More}
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    Kilimanjaro | Meaning of Name Kilimanjaro

    Meaning of Kilimanjaro

    Tanzania is wild and lush, and within it lies one of the tallest peaks of the world: Mount Kilimanjaro. Standing above a startling 19,000 feet, the mountain is actually a series of three volcanoes, topped with white snow and ice. Its name, one of its unique features, dates back to the mid-1800s, when early European explorers first visited the region.   What does “Kilimanjaro” mean? The exact meaning of Kilimanjaro is not certain, but it is closely tied to two words: one in Swahili, “Kilima,” which means “mountain,” ...{Read More}
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    Mount Kilimanjaro Deaths

    When it comes to dangerous mountains to climb, most people immediately think of Mount Everest and its “Rainbow Valley.” What they don’t realize is that almost every other mountain has its own tales of death—including Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa.   Have there been deaths on Mount Kilimanjaro?Approximately 30,000 people attempt to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro every year and on average the reported number of deaths is about 10 fatalities per year. While there are multiple climber deaths every year, the number of people that die on Kilimanjar ...{Read More}

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