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Climbing Kilimanjaro 2020/2021 - All You Need To Know

28-03-2019

Has the Kili bug bit you and do you now want to climb Kilimanjaro? We know exactly how it feels. It’s a yearning for the Roof of Africa. An unstoppable hunger for conquering Uhuru Peak and a craving for the raw adventure that a Kilima...

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Where To Stay in Moshi – Before & After Kilimanjaro

13-03-2019

You are ready to climb Kilimanjaro. You have chosen your climbing route, you have booked your flights, you have done your homework with regards to the climate zones on the mountain and have packed accordingly and, finally, you are bringing...

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Climbing Kilimanjaro with Bookatrekking.com

07-01-2019

Climbing Kilimanjaro. It was an idea that Remco Kuilman and his father had and carried out in June 2018. They left for Tanzania and reached Uhuru Peak via the fantastic Lemosho Route, the highest point of Mount Kilimanjaro, the Roof of Afri...

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How Much Does Climbing Kilimanjaro Cost?

11-12-2018

Climbing Kilimanjaro is the experience of a lifetime that tops bucket lists of people from all over the world. So here you are: You are thinking of climbing Kilimanjaro and you wondering about the price tag of it all. Let’s break the ice...

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Mount Kilimanjaro Park Fees 2020/2021

11-12-2018

Why is climbing Kilimanjaro so expensive? If you ended up here after reading our blog post about the cost of climbing Kilimanjaro, then you know that most of the price tag of your Kilimanjaro ascent goes straight to the compulsory fees of K...

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Kilimanjaro Tipping Ceremony – How Much Should I Tip Porters?

27-11-2018

You are researching options for climbing Kilimanjaro and every now and then you read something about tipping porters. You are surprised. Why is it expected to tip porters? You are paying a large sum for your flights, you expect to pay a fai...

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6-Year-Old Youngest to Summit Kilimanjaro

08-11-2018

You are never too young to dream big. So why not climb Mount Kilimanjaro? Coaltan Tanner, a 6-year-old young man from Albuquerque New Mexico took this statement to the extreme when he summited Mount Kilimanjaro last September. In the proces...

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Kilimanjaro Climbing Routes Overview and Maps

24-09-2018

Mount Kilimanjaro attracts more than 50,000 trekkers a year, making it more popular than Mount Everest and Mount McKinley. At Bookatrekking.com you can book the most popular routes like the Machame and the Marangu Route, but also the more c...

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Rongai Itinerary and Route Map

24-09-2018

Do you want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in the rainy season? Choose the Rongai Route. The north side of Kili sees less rainfall and is, therefore, the first choice outside peak season. Do you want to enjoy the Kilimanjaro in relative peace?...

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Northern Circuit Itinerary and Route Map

24-09-2018

The Northern Circuit Route is one of the best routes on the Kilimanjaro. It is highly praised by operators, guides and hikers for its ideal conditions and high success rate. The Northern Circuit Route, the Northern Circuit, is the longest r...

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Marangu Route Itinerary and Map

24-09-2018

Is the Marangu Route sponsored by that famous soft drink brand? No. It is the nickname for the Kilimanjaro route that is also known as the Tourist Route. This is not because there are no tourists on the other routes, but because the route i...

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Machame Route – How To Climb Kilimanjaro

24-09-2018

The Machame Route on Kilimanjaro is the chosen route for more than half of the people who want to make their way up to Uhuru Peak, the Roof of Africa. Good on them, because the Machame Route is indeed one of the better ones compared to othe...

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Lemosho Route – How To Climb Kilimanjaro

24-09-2018

The Lemosho Route is our favourite Kilimanjaro climbing route and that makes writing this blog post an absolute joy. Why wouldn’t the Lemosho be our favourite route? It is most definitely the most scenic and diverse one, it has one of...

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Best Season for Climbing Kilimanjaro

06-08-2018

You want to climb Kilimanjaro and you are wondering when would be the best time to do so. Let’s start with the good news: You can basically climb Kilimanjaro all year round. And the other news? It’s hard to read the weather on the mount...

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Climate Zones of Kilimanjaro

06-08-2018

Climbing to Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro is a fantastic experience. The landscape and the temperatures are as diverse as the cultures you come across on the African continent. When trekking, you cover about 5.000 meters of al...

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Ultimate Packing List for Trekking Kilimanjaro

06-08-2018

You are finally going trekking on Mount Kilimanjaro. Whether you have already booked your Kilimanjaro trekking adventure, or you are still looking: There will come a time that you have to think about what to bring to the world’s tallest f...

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Useful Swahili Phrases for Kilimanjaro

25-07-2018

Jambo! Whether you have already booked your trekking or not, you are probably building up your excitement by reading all sorts of things about your upcoming adventure to Kilimanjaro. Language is one of the things that can initially keep us...

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