MOUNTAIN KILIMANJARO LEMOSHO ROUTE 10 DAYS GROUP JOIN 

Climb Kilimanjaro with Eco-Africa Climbing – the best guide service on Mount Kilimanjaro. We have the best guides on the mountain, with high standards of safety and reliability.

We specialize in small group climbs and private climbs at a reasonable cost. Not a cheap Kilimanjaro climb, but a great value for everything you need to have a safe, successful experience. We are among Kilimanjaro’s top operator. Won’t you join us on  10 days Lemosho route to  the summit?

ITINERARY 

DAY 1: Arrive in Tanzania


Arrive anytime at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), there will be a pick up private transfer waiting to Stella Maris Lodge or Similar hotel in Moshi. All airport transfers are the part of the package, no extra fee is required.
We will gather in the evening for a pre-climb briefing and an equipment check. We will also confirm you have the appropriate mandatory medical coverage and travel insurance.

DAY 2: Lemosho Gate – BigTree Camp


The day begins with a long drive to Londrossi Park Gate (2100 m) for registration. Pass through village communities to the trail head to start hiking on the route along a narrow forest path to reach Mti Mkubwa (Big Tree) campsite (2800 m).

Trekking Time: 2-3 hours Distance: 5 kmAltitude Gain: 411 m.

DAY 3: Big Tree Camp – Shira Hut 1


Leaving the forest, the trail gets steeper as it enters the moorland zone towards the valley.
A gentle grade walk takes you across the high altitude Shira Caldera past Shira Cave (views of Arrow glacier) at 3500 m and then gently downwards to Shira Hut 1 located near a stream on the Shira Plateau.

Trekking Time: 3 hours Distance: 8 kmAltitude Gain: 719 m.

DAY 4: Shira Hut 1 – Shira Hut 2


A gentle hike across the plateau within the moorland meadow takes you to Shira Hut 2 for the afternoon and overnight.
Many hikes are available on the Plateau, making this a great day for acclimatization.

Trekking Time: 3 hours Distance: 7 kmAltitude Gain: 321 m

DAY 5: Shira Hut 2 – Barranco Camp


Walking now on high moorland, the landscape changes the entire character of the trek. Traverse the southwest side of Kilimanjaro, passing underneath the Lava Tower and the final section of the Western Breach to reach Barranco camp (3900 m). The day has been spent at altitude (up to 4600 m), but you will have followed the mountaineering code of ‘walk high, sleep low’ to avoid altitude sickness by aiding your bodies in acclimatization.

Trekking Time: 6-7 hours Distance: 10 kmAltitude Gain: 60 m

DAY 6: BarrancoCamp -Karanga Valley


Start the day by descending into the start of the Great Barranco, a huge ravine. Then exit steeply, up what has been termed the Breakfast Wall, which divides you from the southeastern slopes of Kibo. It is a climb over rocks, although not technical. Passing underneath the Heim and Kersten glaciers, head towards the Karanga Valley (4000 m) for overnight.

Trekking Time: 4-6 hours Distance: 5 kmAltitude Gain: 100 m

DAY 7: Karanga Valley – Barafu Camp


The day is characterized by a short hike on terrain formed by scree. Walk through arid land towards Barafu Camp (4600 m) where you have the entire afternoon to rest before ascending towards the summit.

Trekking Time: 2-4 hours Distance: 4 kmAltitude Gain: 600 m 

DAY 8: Barafu Camp – Uhuru Peak – Millennium Camp


We avoid walking too long in the heat of the sun today by starting around midnight, walking steeply upwards to the summit glaciers. You will be climbing scree for 5 to 6 hours but you gain incredible height over a short distance. The views are spectacular.

You should be on the crater rim at Stella Point (5750 m)as the first rays of the sun emerge. Spectacular ice cliffs within the crater surround you and the views to Mawenzi peak and beyond are breathtaking. Another hour’s walk takes you to your goal, the summit of Uhuru (5896 m), the highest point; Uhuru means freedom in Swahili.

Trekking Time: 6-8 hoursDistance: 7 kmAltitude Gain:1296 m


After a quick celebration and photos at the top, you will begin the descent by returning to Stella Point and then descending on scree slope back to Barafu Camp for breakfast and a short rest before finally heading down to Millennium Camp (3000 m) for a well-earned rest. On the descent, you will have fabulous views of the plains and Mawenzi peak.

Trekking Time: 6-8 hoursDistance: 12 kmAltitude Loss: 2896 m

DAY 9: Millennium Camp – Moshi


A gentle trek takes you down through the rainforest to the Mweka Gate (1640 m), where park formalities will be completed, you will be met by our vehicles, and receive your certificate of ascent courtesy of the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority. Thereafter, drive back to Moshi where you can treat yourself to a well-earned shower and a cold beer or two.

Trekking Time: 4-5 hoursDistance: 10 kmAltitude Loss:1360 m 

DAY 10: Departure day in Tanzania


We will transfer you from the hotel to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) where you will fly back home.if you will have more time you can extend your tour to wildlife  there will be 4 Days Serengeti  and Ngorongoro Safari for $1800 per person or you can go to Zanzibar Beach.

PRICE

 

$ 2950  per person to join a group  

Our package includes the following

  • 2 transfers to and from the Kilimanjaro airport.

  • Tanzania VAT on tourism activities and park fees.

  • Adequate and appropriate number of guides, porters, and cooks for your group.

  • Government taxes.

  • All park fees, camping fees, rescue fees and team fees.

  • Transfers to and from the route gate(s) (2 transfers).

  • Sleeping mattress pad(s), dining tent(s), sleeping tent(s), and crew’s equipment–Dining tent and sleeping tent for Kilimanjaro trek.

  • nights in a hotel in Moshi on a Bed & Breakfast basis and Double Occupancy (1 before trekking & 1 after trekking).

  • 3 full fresh meals daily. We provide fresh food on the mountain in plentiful and well prepared by skilled professional cooker (we also consider your choice of food that you would prefer -Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian). Menu especially designed for
    climbers.

  • Hot drinks on the mountain and Hot water for washing will be provided everyday on the mountain.

  • 3-4 liters of mineral (per Climber) provided daily during the climb.

  • Portable toilets for the trek with the tent for Kilimanjaro trek .

  • Emergency evacuation covers with AMREF Flying Doctors for Kilimanjaro trek.

  • Carbon Offset

  • Hotel accommodation includes storage facilities for excess luggage during hikes.

  • Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees (Kilimanjaro Rescue Team).

  • Chief guide carries a Pulse Ox meter, used to take blood-oxygen level readings of clients twice a day.

  • Forest fee.

  • Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summiting aid).

  • Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only).

  • Salaries for mountain support crew, as per required by MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND NATURAL RESOURCES and KPAP.

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as hot drinks on the mountain.

  • Porter to carry your duffel bag, with maximum weight of      15kg / 32 lbs, from one camp to the next camp.

  • Kilimanjaro National Park certificate for your successful summit attempt

Excluded from Standard Package rates

  • Flights and airport taxes. (Option We can book a flight from your destination to JRO).

  • Items of a personal nature.

  • Compulsory tips for guides, porters and cook.

  • Entry visa for Tanzania (US$50 per passport holder for most nationalities / US $100 per visa for USA passport holders).

  •  Health requirements (Yellow Fever – only compulsory if you travel to Tanzania via a Yellow Fever infected country, Meningitis & Hepatitis A remains optional, but comes recommended).

  • Optional but highly recommended travel and medical insurance.

  • Personal hiking/trekking gear – you could rent some of the gear in Tanzania.

  • Snacks, personal medicine and water purifying tablets.

  • Meals and drinks not specified. 

Costs of additional services

  • Single supplement, for single tent/room, cost $250 per trip.

  • Extra porter, for excess gear, cost $30 per day.

  • Extra hotel night in Moshi, check in 11AM, check out 10AM, , cost $100 Double Occupancy and $80 single Occupancy.

  • Sleeping bag rental, Mountain Hardware Lamina, synthetic -30F, cost $50 per trip.

  •  Trekking poles rental, telescopic, cost $20 per trip.

  • Materuni Waterfall (1 day trip), cost $50 per person.

  • Marangu Coffee Tour (1 day trip), cost $75 per person.

  • 4 Days Serengeti  and Ngorongoro Safari for $1766 per person sharing- Minimum 2 pax (Double room or Twin room).

     

 Guidelines for tipping are as follows

  • Guide – $15 to $20 per day

  •  Assistant Guide – $10 to 15 per day

  • Chef – $10 to $15 per day

  •  Porters – $5 to $8 per day per porter

  • These tips are paid as a group rather than by each climber. For example, in a group of 5 climbers, each climber would contribute $3 – $4/day for the guide’s tip.

Examples of climb staff numbers

  • For a group of 3 people, you would typically have 1 chef guide, 1 assistant guide, 1 cook and 12 to 14 porters.

  • For a group of 5 people, you would typically have 1 chef guide, 2 assistant guides, 1cook and 17 – 19 porters.

  • For a group of 12 people, you would typically have 2 chef guide, 3 assistant guides, 1 cook and 40 – 45 porters.
    NB: The number of porters will depend on the total weight of all gear – including tents, food, utensils, climb staff gear, etc.

ETHICAL KILIMANJARO CLIMBS
We are doing ethical climbs and responsible Trekking; we believe the tourism industry has an obligation and a great opportunity to protect the world‟s natural habitats, cultural heritage sites and communities. We actively promote environmental sustainability and social responsibility.

We are not doing cheap Climb, cheap climb means we are doing tourism while exploiting our Porters who are the ones who make Kilimanjaro trek possible for the vast majority of climbers, and who do all the heavy lifting. Fair and ethical treatment of our porters (crew) is one of the important priorities of Eco-Africa Climbing when we do climb.

Eco-Africa Climbing has begun the qualification process to become a Partner with the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project (KPAP). Please contact (info@kiliporters.org) to confirm this.
KPAP raises public awareness regarding the proper treatment of porters on Kilimanjaro and assists climbing companies with implementing procedures that ensure fair and ethical treatment of their porters.
Every of our climb is audited by KPAP to ensure crew members are provided proper salaries, tips, food, equipment and sleeping conditions.

IMPORTANT LINK FOR TREKKING

Head Office:  Moshi Tanzania
Email:ecoafricaclimbingsafari@gmail.com

WhatsApp Only: +255 786 528219
Phone: +255712528219
Phone: +255 658466149
Skype:fredrick.silayo
Address :P.O BOX 8218 Moshi-Tanzania