Kilimanjaro Climb Via Marangu Route

:Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
:7 Days6 Nights
Event Type
:Adventure, Tour
Start From
:Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha Town - Moshi Town
:Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha Town - Moshi Town

Kilimanjaro Climb Via Marangu Route

Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
7 Days6 Nights

Event Overview

Kilimanjaro is the world's highest free standing, snow-covered equatorial mountain. The Marangu route is the classic and one of the most popular routes up Kilimanjaro. Enjoy staying in mountain huts and walking through forests, alpine meadows and rocky ravines to the spectacular summit with the help of experienced guides and porters.
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Event Details


Day 1 - Arrive in Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha Town - Moshi Town
  • You will be picked up from Harsh Town or Kilimanjaro International Airport and transferred to Mosh town, commonly known as the gateway to Mount Kilimanjaro.
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Day 2 - Moshi Town - Mandara Hut Trek & Hike
  • After breakfast and a short tour briefing from the guide, depart to the Semarang gate of Kilimanjaro National Park (it is a 45-minute drive from Mosh to the Semarang Gate). Upon registering with the park authorities, the climb will officially commence with a walk to the Mandala encampment. Pass through a thick rain forest zone, where there is a high chance of rain in the afternoon. Spend the night at Mandala Hut (2,750 m), an attractive collection of buildings. Note: Bathrooms are available with running water.
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Adventure Activities





Private Vehicle

Pickup Details

Pickup Time: 08.00 AM Drop Time: 08.00 AM

Things To Carry

  • 1. Important Travel Documents :
  • Passport with photocopies.
  • Visas with photocopies.
  • Travel insurance with photocopies. Please ensure your insurers name, 24 hr emergency contact telephone number and policy number are highlighted.
  • All flight tickets for the trip with photocopies.
  • Active Holiday Company Trip Confirmation Certificate.
  • Photocopies of important documents to be kept separately.
  • Copy of the itinerary of your trip.
  • Spare passport photos.
  • Credit / Debit Card, Travellers Cheques with serial numbers kept at a separate place.
  • Youth/Student identification / Senior Citizen card for discounts.
  • International driving license if you have one.
  • Vaccination Certificates if needed.
  • Money belt that can be secured safely.
  • Money – small denominations of local currency if you can get some before the trip.

  • 2. Personal Effects :
  • First aid kit comprising any personal medication, aspirin / paracetamol, band-aids, head-ache balm, rehydration salts of your choice, anti-allergy pills, anti-diarrhea pills, anti-nausea pills, small scissors, nail file, sun-block (50 SPF), lip balm, after sun moisturizer, insect repellent and antihistamine/insect bite cream, female hygiene products.
  • Toothbrush, tooth-paste, deodorant, bio-degradable soap, shampoo, washing detergent.
  • Water purifying / iodine tablets.
  • Prescription Diamox / alternate for altitude sickness.
  • Prescription glasses / contact lenses and solution.
  • Antibacterial gel and wet-wipes.
  • Wide brim hat, sunglasses with UV protection.
  • Minimum 2 liters water bottle so you don’t have to buy plastic bottles, cloth shopping bag.
  • Book to read, journal, pen, travel pillow, cards / travel games.
  • Eye mask, ear plugs, army knife (this must always be in your checked in luggage when you are taking a flight).
  • Adapter, alarm clock, phone with charger, i-pod / MP3 with charger and spare ear-phones, camera and film if your camera needs it.
  • Travel pillow, torch with reusable batteries, head-lamp.
  • Night clothes/sleepwear.
  • Plastic bag to separate wet and dry / clean & soiled clothes.



  • All accommodation as per itinerary based on twin sharing basis.
  • Park entrance, campsite and rescue fees.
  • Services of porters and cooks.
  • Professional Mountain Guides, all head guides (at least 1 per trip) currently certified by NOLS USA as WFR (Wilderness First Responded).
  • There will be at least one guide for every three guests, to ensure personalized attention.
  • Safety equipment like stretcher (and convertible litter) and a comprehensive medical / first aid kit (as per WFR / NOLS USA guidelines).
  • Camping equipment like mountain sleeping tents, foam camping mat and large weatherproof dining tent.
  • Mountain cuisine with three meals a day and snacks upon arrival in the camp.


  • Airfare, Visa, Insurance, Excess Baggage, Porter age. Visas cost currently US$ 50 per person.
  • Airport or border transfers unless stated otherwise on the itinerary.
  • Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages, meals not specified in the itinerary.
  • Optional costs for equipment on hire like Hyperbolic Pressure Bag, Chemical Toilets and Oxygen Cylinder.
  • Optional costs for emergency transport, climbing equipment, personal medical kit, bottled mineral water, personal trekking gear, sleeping bags.
  • Optional cost for high quality rental gear/ trekking clothing like
  • Single room and hotel upgrade supplement.
  • Entrance fees to attractions not specified in the itinerary.
  • Tips for hotel or restaurant staff, local guides and tour crew.
  • Personal expenditure (Laundry, telephone bill, minibar, shopping)
  • Extra Nights at the beginning or the end of the trip
  • Any compulsory dinner or peak season surcharg
  • Service Tax of 3.50% applicablefor Indian tours and Indian Residents.
  • Optional Tours.

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