25 June, 2017

Kilimanjaro Tours

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Kilimanjaro Trek
Mount Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest self-supporting mountain at 5,985m; it is not very surprising that trekking holidays to the wonderful Kilimanjaro summit are very much in demand now. A Kilimanjaro trek presents extensive sights of two of the world’s most stunning nations, Tanzania and Kenya. You have a choice of four different routes to select from on one of our trekking holiday to Kilimanjaro. Each of these routes presents very diverse and exclusive challenges and experience to the trekkers. These Kilimanjaro routes are: Rongai route: Perfect for all beginners hikers with promising safari sightings. Quieter, extra steady, off the beaten track. Marangu routeThis is the most common route , extra clear-cut with easier walking through many flora and fauna. Machame route This is the most challenging Kilimanjaro trek route with steeper ascents and scrambling, that provides the necessary thrill to the experienced trekkers, This also gives you a view of the Kibo Peak.

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You have to hike for five to ten hours a day with usual breaks to eat and drink. Your nights are spent in two individual dome tents with hot meals in a communal eating tent. There are toilet cabins and every day you will get a bowl of warm water to clean. Porters will go along with you all day and set up camp earlier than you reach to your destination. On the Marangu route you have to live in six individual mountain huts with bunk beds. It is awesome experience away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life. How much dangerous is it: There are a small number of deaths on Mount Kilimanjaro each year with acute mountain sickness (AMS) and heart attacks being the major reasons. Exceptionally infrequently there are freak accidents too, for example lightning strikes etc. So it is advisable to consult with your physician before you embark on the journey. Once you are sure and certified by your doctor only then it is advised to take on this journey. A word of caution – Do not compromise on this (health condition) in trying to be fancy. Please speak to your doctor before you attempt such a challenge

What a Kilimanjaro trek is actually like?

A small number of places around the world will be able to present the same thrill as this Tanzanian attraction. Lots of tourists, me included, merge their trip up the tallest peak in Africa with a small mix of safari-based excitement. Through the Serengeti in close nearness, it is very much hard to think of any other destination that can appeal to natural world and nature lovers to the extent than this. Come experience the joy of being closest to the nature and provide yourself with a chance to rejuvenate and thrill to the core.