Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route

6 Days Kilimanjaro Climb Marangu Route

What's Included?

• All park and entries fees
• Camping fees
• Airport transfer
• Flight doctor
• Helicopter rescue
• Guides, potters and cook

Duration

6 days

Destination Covered

Kilimanjaro Marangu Route

Best Suited

All
Day 1: Drive to Marangu Gate, register and begin Walking through the rain forest to Mandara hut (2,743 metres (8,999 ft), about 3 hours). Have meals and overnight at Mandara Hut.

Day 2: After breakfast leave the forest and cross open moor land to Horombo hut (3,760 metres (12,340 ft)). Have Overnight at Horombo Hut.

Day 3: You walk through moorland then alpine desert to “The Saddle” between the peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo. From here you will walk for about an hour to reach Kibo hut (4,730 metres (15,520 ft)).

Day 4: At Very early start for the summit on steep scree up to Gillman’s Point (5,681 metres (18,638 ft)), which is on the crater rim. Continue around the rim (which will take about two hours if you are fit) to Uhuru Peak (5,895 metres (19,341 ft)) the highest point in Africa. Descend to Kibo Hut and then down to the thicker air and relative warmth of Horombo hut.

Day 5: After breakfast descend to Marangu gate, meet our driver and transfer to the Hotel.
It is recommended to climb in 6 days (add one day) for more success unless you are experienced Mountaineer.
50% deposit before arrival and remain 50% to be paid on arrival
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Reviews & References

Sosthenes Owailimu
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Good Tour Operator,. You can trust them as very keen to answer questions

Jun 6, 2018
Debk
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I spent 3 weeks in 2017 as a volunteer with https://www.swiwsco.org/ . DODO arranged airport transfers, beautiful homestyle accommodation, a fabulous safari adventure, volunteer placements and provided advice and assistance with anything that cropped up. From getting a phone card to speaking the local lingo to where to buy chocolate cake - nothing was too much trouble.

I had an amazing experience and will use DODO's expertise for future Tanzanian adventures - cant wait to get back there!

Thanks DODO Group

Feb 17, 2018