[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Day 1.” alignment=”left”]Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport, you will be met by your driver and transferred to Arusha.Settle into your accommodation, ready to start your safari journey proper in the morning.Overnight at Planet Lodge.[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 2.” alignment=”left” margin_design_tab_text=””]Begin trek to forest camp
Your first mountain camp is located in the rain-forest. Watch for rare black-and-white Colo-bus monkeys swinging in the lush canopy overhead.
Overnight: Forest Camp (9,281′)
Hours trekking: 3-4[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 3.” alignment=”left”]Forest camp to Shira 1 camp
Pass into the heath, where dense rain-forest gives way to the wide expanse of the Shira Plateau. This is where you’ll catch your first view of the summit towering above the clouds.
Overnight: Shira 1 Camp (11,499′)
Hours trekking: 5-6[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 4″ alignment=”left”]Shira 1 to Shira 2 camp
Explore the Shira Plateau during an acclimatization day that will increase your chances of summit success. Look west for breathtaking views of Mt. Meru.
Overnight: Shira 2 Camp (12,795′)
Hours trekking: 3-4[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 5.” alignment=”left”]Shira 2 to Lava Tower camp
Your camp is set next to the impressive Lava Tower, one of Kilimanjaro’s most famous volcanic formations. Staying at this higher altitude, then descending to a lower-altitude camp tomorrow, prepares your body for summit success.
Overnight: Lava Tower Camp (15,213′)
Hours trekking: 4-6[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 6.” alignment=”left”]Lava Tower to Karanga camp
Descend into the Great Barranco Valley, then scramble up the steep Barranco Wall, enjoying gorgeous views of a waterfall below and the imposing glaciers that crown Kilimanjaro above.
Overnight: Karanga Camp (13,231′)
Hours trekking: 6-7[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 7.” alignment=”left”]Karanga to Barafu camp
Temperatures drop and the landscape starts to resemble the surface of the moon as you hike higher up the mountain. Rest up before tomorrow’s daytime summit bid.
Overnight: Barafu Camp (15,331′)
Hours trekking: 3-4[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 8.” alignment=”left”]Barafu to Summit
As dawn breaks you’ll set out for the summit. Arrive in the afternoon, when weather is generally better and most trekkers from more crowded routes have already descended. Overnight at Barafu or in the soft sands of Reusch Crater (on select departures).
Overnight: Barafu Camp *optional Crater Camp (15,331′)
Hours trekking: 9-12[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 9.” alignment=”left”]Barafu or Crater Camp / Mweka Millennium Camp
After a celebratory breakfast begin your descent. On select departures staying in Crater Camp, hikers can explore the glaciers and the ash pit, or even summit a second time.
Overnight: Mweka Millennium Camp (12,500′)
Hours trekking: 4-7[/ultimate_heading]
[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Trek Day 10 / Departure Day” alignment=”left”]Complete Trek.
Enjoy a farewell ceremony at the park gate with your guides and porters. Transfer to a day room where you can shower and relax before your evening flight home.
Day room: Planet Lodge
Hours trekking: 4-8
END OF OUR SERVICE.[/ultimate_heading]
Park fees, camping fees, rescue fees Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
Mountain tents 3 meals daily while on the mountain
Transportation to & from the mountain gate Filtered water throughout the trek
Sleeping Mats The portable flush toilet can be provided for free upon the client’s request.
Items of a personal nature
Laundry Services
A doctor for the group
Tips to mountain crew
FIRST NAMEyour full name
LAST NAMEyour full name
WHATSAPP NUMBERyour full name
PHONE NUMBERyour full name
NATIONALITYyour full name
ARRIVAL DATEof appointment
DEPATURE DATEof appointment
NUMBER OF ADULTSyour full name
YOUR BUDGETyour full name
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