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Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

LEMOSHO ROUTE TREK- 10 DAYS

Introduction
Lemosho It is a remote, unspoiled and very beautiful route to the Roof of Africa, and the route is one of our favourites. This and the Machame Route are probably the most beautiful ways to climb up Mount Kilimanjaro.
Like the Shira Route the approach is also form the west side of the mountain. Lemosho is a long and technically difficult route but it does lend itself to less traffic and the great scenery with the added bonus of having a very high success rate for summiting. The Lemosho Route joins the Machame Route and summits from Barafu. Lemosho comes highly recommended by us!

Tour Itinerary
Day One: Arrive Aishi Hotel – Moshi

Accommodation: Aishi Hotel
Meal Plan: none
Optional Excursion Options: walk in village
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MACHANE ROUTE TREK – 9 DAYS
Introduction

The Machame Route begins on the south west slopes of the mountain and has quickly become one of the most popular routes for trekkers. The route is considered to be one of the most scenic routes but is best suited to those with a keen sense of adventure and some previous hiking experience. The Machame Route can be done in six days; we do however always include an extra acclimatisation day on all our Kilimanjaro Treks to give you the best possible chance at summiting.

Tour Itinerary
Day One: Arrive Aishi Hotel – Moshi

Accommodation: Aishi Hotel
Meal Plan: none
Optional Excursion Options: walk in village
Trekking Machame route our first choice of hotel is always Aishi Hotel. Located just on the outskirts of the village of Machame, at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, the lodge has got large gardens, comfy rooms and a peaceful setting, and is by far the best hotel in the area to start and end your Machame Trek!
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MARANGU ROUTE TREK 8 DAYS
Introduction.

The Marangu route is the most populated route on Kilimanjaro and is nicknamed the “Coca-Cola” route, followed by a lot of all climbers. In fact almost 50% of climbers take this route. The path is well defined and climber friendly to make your “expedition” to the top a little easier. The route offers accommodation in simply built mountain huts and is the shortest route to the summit. In the huts you can buy bottled water and soft drinks. This is a very scenic route with good views and excellent prospects for viewing wildlife. Since it is the shorter route it makes it more affordable comparable to the other routes.

Tour Itinerary
Day One: Moshi and Kilimanjaro Safari Lodge
Accommodation: Kilimanjaro Safari Lodge
Meal Plan: None
Optional Excursion Options: Walk around Moshi
The tour begins today at our base hotel in Moshi, , located on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. The remainder of the afternoon is at leisure, giving you time to sort through your gear in preparation for your climb. Extra gear can be left in storage at the hotel. At 6pm your mountain guide meets you at the hotel for a full briefing on your climb
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RONGAI ROUTE TREK – 8 DAYS
Introduction
The Rongai Route is set apart from the others in that it is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the northern slopes, close to the Kenya border. It is the perfect alternative for the rainy season and for those people looking or an alternative to the crowded Marangu Route. The Rongai Route does join the Marangu Route at Kibo and although the scenery is not as varied as other routes the Rongai Route does pass through some remote wilderness areas en route to Kibo. It also takes the Marangu Route on descent, offering trekkers the best of two beautifully scenic routes. Rongai is best described as a moderately difficult route but highly recommended for those wanting to get off the beaten track for a few days.

Tour Itinerary

Day One: Arrive Moshi – Marangu
Accommodation: Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort
Meal Plan: Dinner
Optional Excursion Options: Take a walk
Depending on arrival details, clients will transfer to Marangu approximately 1.5 hours from Moshi town. We sleep tonight at around 1950 metres, a great bonus acclimatisation to the start of our trek. In the evening we will meet our guide who will have a briefing on the trek. After dinner make sure you pack the travelling bag with excess luggage which you will be leave at the hotel during the trek. Make sure you get a good night sleep because you have a very long adventure ahead.
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