10 day trek to the summit of Africa’s highest mountain, inclusive of 8 day Northern Circuit route and 1 night accommodation before and after the trek, enjoy tranquillity and stunning panoramic views.
Accommodation before & after trek | 9 dinners | 9 breakfast | 9 lunches | Return Airport transfers | Park & Camping fees | Forest fees | Guide fees| Chef Fees | Porter Fees | Hut fees | Water on first day | Lunch Box on first day | AMREF Airlift | WFR qualified Guides | Pulse Oximeters | First Aid Kits | Power banks | Comm Radios | Satellite Phones | SARS emergency cover
Airfares | Gratuity eg. Guide Tips, Porter Tips, Chef Tips | Medical & Personal insurance| Travel insurance Mandatory to 6000m | Excess baggage fees $150USD| Tanzania Visa|Emergency evacuation transfer expenses |Items of a personal nature | All services not mentioned
Ilboru Safari Lodge
Nestled on the lower slopes of the majestic Mt Meru, the Ilboru Safari Lodge is popular with mountain climbers and safari travelers in northern Tanzania. Ideally located between the northern safari circuit and Mt Kilimanjaro, the beautiful Swahili sanctuary is set on a five acre plot, tucked away beneath ancient trees on the outskirts of Arusha town. The lodge features thirty eight guest rooms, comprising of single, double, twin, triple and family rooms. Four rooms are in the main building, close to the pool and other facilities, each with a balcony overlooking the garden. The rest of the rooms are double cottages situated throughout the lushly landscaped grounds.
Lemoshu Forest Camp
The Forest Camp at 2,750m is the first camp for hikers along the Lemosho-Barranco-Barafu route. This camp is also known as Mti Mkubwa Camp, swahili for (Big Tree) camp and is a 3 hour hike (6kms) from the Londorossi gate.
Shira Camp 1
Set on the west side of the Shira Plateau, Shira Camp 1 is one of the camp sites of the second leg of the journey up Mount Kilimanjaro. Climbers get to see a range of flora and fauna species with the chance of spotting the White Naped Raven.
Moir Hut Camp is a less frequented camp on Kilimanjaro and is only used on the Lemosho Route. It’s situated at the base of Lent Hills and the immediate area surrounding the camp provides some excellent walks that offer climbers an excellent opportunity to acclimatise.