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Guides And Porters Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

Information on Guides and Porters for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.   The guides and porters are the masters of the mountain Once on the Mountain, your well equipped guides and porters, will rank second, only to your mental determination, in terms of important factors contributing to a successful summit attempt. For the duration of your Kilimanjaro trek, your guide will be your advisor, he will...

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Altitude sickness during Mount Kilimanjaro Climb

One of the important prerequisites of a successful summit attempt is being properly equipped. Ensure that you are well equipped – read and print our Suggested Checklist below and mark it off, it will be an essential part of your preparation for the climb. Altitudes are generally defined as … High altitude 2,400m – 4,200m Very high altitude 4,200m – 5,400m Extreme altitude a...

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Kilimanjaro Climb – Suggested Equipment for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb – Suggested Equipment for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. The hardest part in planning a trip to a location that you know nothing about is deciding what equipment to bring, and also what not to bring. Good equipment is vital to a safe and enjoyable climb. Sure, in superb weather conditions you could climb the mountain in a pair of old trainers, your oldest pair of long tr...

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Suggested Checklist for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Suggested Checklist for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro : One of the important prerequisites of a successful summit attempt is being properly equipped. Ensure that you are well equipped – read and print our Suggested Checklist below and mark it off, it will be an essential part of your preparation for the climb. Travel Documents: Valid passport and visa. Airline ticket. International health card ...

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Climb Preparation

Suggested Climb Preparation for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.   Climbing Kilimanjaro is usually a “once in a lifetime” experience for most people, so is vital that proper preparations are made beforehand. With superior information and sufficient time to prepare, you stand an extremely good chance of reaching the summit.   WHEN TO GO Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed at any time ...

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Trip Planning for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Bobby Tours Mountain climbing department has a vast experience in leading hikers and climbers to the summit of Kilimanjaro. Our experienced mountain guides have a proud summit success rate averaging between 96% – 98% and have safely guided over 10000 clients to the top of the mountain. This section aims to provide the potential Mount Kilimanjaro climber with valuable and accurate information...

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Mount Meru

Climbing Mt. Meru is usually skipped in favour of its bigger neighbour Mt. Kilimanjaro to the west, but the sheer beauty and challenge of this three-day climb makes it a must-do for obliging itineraries. The early parts of the trail pass through lush rainforests of fig trees and colubus monkeys high in the canopy. As you climb higher, the cloud forest clears in the late afternoon to reveal strikin...

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Mount Kilimanjaro

The highest peak and most famous mountain in Africa, scaling the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is a heavy challenge, more from the rigours of altitude than the actual difficulty of the hike itself. The climb, which takes on average five days (you’re more likely to reach the top if you pace yourself), takes hikers through thick forests and alpine grasslands, desolate rockface and brilliant white glacie...

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The Mainland Coast

Diving off the mainland is less exciting than the oceanic island of Pemba and the continental island of Zanzibar, but the avid explorer can find some truly rewarding locations. Trips to the offshore islands around Dar es Salaam offer colourful species of smaller fish, and further north in Bagamoyo and Pangani, there is enough to occupy the snorkeller for a few days. Down south, to the remote areas...

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Mafia

Mafia’s wide variety of fish and coral species make it a popular diving location for those who want to get off the beaten track. Chole Bay, Kinasi Pass, and the eastern reefs are easily accessible by dhow and all of the major lodges offer day trips where visitors often have the area entirely to themselves.

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