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- 2 Nights, twin-shared, hikers class accommodation in the lodges, with bed and breakfast (dinner can be arranged on request and at additional cost)
- Transfer from your hotel to starting point for your climb, and return to your hotel after your climb
- All National Park gate fees
- All camping fees
- Rescue fees (Kilimanjaro rescue team fees)
- Qualified mountain guide, assistant guides, porters and cooks
- Salaries for mountain crew as per guidelines set by KINAPA
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner on the mountain
- Hot drinks on the mountain
- Camping equipment (tents, camp chairs & sleeping mat) (Not applicable on the Marangu route as all meals is served at the camps in designated mess halls)
- Climbing permit
- Portable oxygen (use in case of emergence)
- Walkie talkie (Communication during the trek)
- Certificate for your successful summit attempt
- Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only)
- Government climbing taxes
- Private climb only guaranteed with 5 hikers or more, if your group size are 4 hikers or less will additional cost apply to have a private climb
- Travel info pack
- Optional return airport transfers between Kilimanjaro International Airport to the lodge
- Items of a personal nature
- Compulsory tips for guides, porters and cook (average tip is anything from US$ 150 to US$ 200 per hiker – depending on number of days / how many hikers in the group and route chosen)
- Entry visa for Tanzania (US$50 per passport holder for most nationalities / US $ 100 per visa for USA passport holders)
- Health requirements (Yellow Fever – compulsory depending on how you travel to Tanzania, Meningitis & Hepatitis A optional but recommended)
- Optional travel insurance
- Personal hiking/trekking gear
- Airfares and departure taxes
- Optional but highly recommended Portable toilet (Portable toilet not allowed on the Marangu route)
- Snacks, personal medicine and water purifying tablets
- Meals & drinks not specified and snacks
- Optional Emergency Portable oxygen to be used in emergencies only, not as summiting aid.
As for VIP packages no more info as you can just write Specification for VIP trekkers and link it as you link before.
DAY 1 Arusha to Lava Caves
Drive to marangu gate, then to Umbwe Village to start the climb for 5 hrs through the rain forest to camp at the Lava caves-2,800 m above sea level.
DAY 2 Lava caves to Barranco camp
After breakfast, continue to ascend along sharp ridge, a distinct high mountain feeling overwhelms. Hike past the moorland camp and by mid afternoon settle at Barranco camp-3900m.
DAY 3 Barranco camp to Arrow Glacier
A four to five hours walk past enormous breach wall leads to the foot of arrow glacier camp for meals and evening. This is good for acclimatizing 4900m and a beautiful sight of sunset behind Mt. Meru.
DAY 4 Arrow Glacier to Kilimanjaro Crater Rim
Climb the same steep scrambling up the screes and across the frozen lava on the tottering wall. We camp on the stunning crater rim of Kilimanjaro.
DAY 5 Kilimanjaro Crater Rim to mweka
Trek up the highest point in Africa, Uhuru Peak (5,896m). Descend via Gilman’s point and barafu camp Hut for dinner and overnight at mweka camp(3,761m).
DAY 6 Mweka to Arusha
After breakfast, trek the last leg of descent past Mweka gate where you will receive the certificate and hot lunch and later transfer to Arusha hotel/lodge for refreshing and later transferred to Ariport.
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