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Kilimanjaro Packing List -What Gear Do I Need to Bring?

See below  Kilimanjaro packing list essentials. In order to stay safe and comfortable throughout your Mount Kilimanjaro climb you’ll need to bring some important pieces of gear and supplies with you. We’ll provide the tents, food, camp stoves, and other shared items, but you should plan on bringing the follow items. We highly recommend bring these items and gear because Kilimanjaro weather is different in zone the higher you climb. Each of those zones offers it’s own type of weather, which is why hikers must be prepared not only for warm, sunny conditions, but also rain, wind, cold, and even snow.

Important Kilimanjaro Packing list Information :

  • The pack that the porters carry on Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru is limited to 15 kg (35 pounds). Overweight or extra luggage will require an extra porter
  • Wrap clothing in waterproof plastic bags.
  • In the day pack, take along water, sunglasses, camera, binoculars, rain pants and jacket at a minimum. Add any other items you might need during the day because you may not see the porters until the end of your trek for that day.
  • Bring double extra sets of batteries as cold weather shortens their life.
  • Carry critical climbing gear on the airplane in case baggage is delayed.
  • You may want to bring some older items of warm clothing as gifts for your guides and porters.

Clothing

  • You want your inner layer to be wicking — no cotton. Next layer should be insulating and warm, and the top layer should be water proof but breathable.
  • You will need clothes for hiking during the day, lounging in the evening, and for sleeping. Layers are important as temperatures vary greatly.
  • Your clothing should be light weight, breathable, hand-washable, and quick-drying.

Kilimanjaro Packing List

Basic Equipment

Head Gear

Hands and Feet Gear

Upper Body Gear

Legs Gear

Odds and sods

Most of the gear can be bought online at substantial discounts over local retail outlets. We recommend REI.com, amazon.com, and backcountry.com for online shopping. It is not recommended that you purchase boots or shoes online without trying them on first as it is very important that you get shoes that are comfortable and easy to walk in. Getting high quality gear is also important as it will perform better throughout the climb and will be durable enough to survive the trek too.

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