21 June, 2017

Kilimanjaro Tours

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There are many generous people who wish to contribute to a charity trek Kilimanjaro close to there heart. What if someone says you can go on a vacation with your loved one and also contribute towards charity at the same time, wouldn’t that sound exciting. It of-course would. Let us explore how. There is an extremely special charity program which is worthwhile to consider. This program is “Charity Trek Kilimanjaro “. Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcanic mountain in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. It is the highest free standing mountain in world and in Africa. The best part of the Charity program is that, you can choose your own area to contribute. If you haven’t got a cause or charity in mind take a few moments to read here. Charity Trek Kilimanjaro will be an experience of a life-time. Climbing Kilimanjaro can exhaust you both mentally and physically but at the same time the experience will make you overwhelmed and satisfied as you know you have just contributed towards Charity. Why you should take this Charity Trek on Kilimanjaro? The Snow-capped Kilimanjaro is one of the most famous mountains in the world, rising from the north-eastern part of Tanzania. You might think that you are not a trained trekker; well there is nothing to worry as the climb up to the Mount Kilimanjaro is non-technical. Any fit and healthy person can embark on this challenging yet lovely journey with spectacular views to contribute towards any of the charity program of his or her choice. Though this is not a very technical trekking expedition, however a team of professional trekker will accompany you on this journey. Small group of trekker accompanied by a professional takes on this journey to make sure each of the members are give their due attention and at no cost health and safety is compromised. There are many routes to choose from while climbing the Kilimanjaro. Though each of these routes can bring you closer to nature and give you spectacular views as you climb but the most common one is the Marangu and Machame. The other routes are for more seasoned campaigner. 3.1 As is the case with most trekking you should prepare yourself for the climb. So we have structured the following list to items to carry:-
  • Thermal underwear (not cotton)
  • Expedition Pants
  • Expedition Top
  • Water/Windproof Pants
  • Water/Windproof Shell
  • Underwear (quick-dry)
  • Socks (summer and expedition weight)
  • Sock liners
  • Winter hat (cover ears)
  • Gators (for wind and mud)
  • Gloves (water/wind proof)
  • Glove liners
  • Neck warmer or scarf
  • Sunglasses (polarized)