Kilimanjaro ideal
Price per person from 1.834 €

Kilimanjaro ideal

From
1.834 €
Price per person
From
1.834 €
Average per person
Taxes included
Kilimanjaro ideal

Below is a route that can take anybody from any corner of the planet to the “Roof of Africa.” Famously known as the “Coca Cola Route,” Marangu is the easiest, cheapest, and one of the busiest routes to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. This is the only route to offer sleeping huts in dormitory-style accommodation.  


Climbs can take five or six days; however, we always advise choosing the longer route for the best chance of acclimatization and reaching the summit.   


4Nights
1Destinations
1Hotels
Visiting
Itinerary

Day 1: Moshi

Day 2: Moshi

Day 3: Moshi

Day 4: Moshi

Day 5: Moshi

Included
  • Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees   
  • 18% VAT on tour fees & services   
  • 3 Season mountain tents (Except for Marangu Route where accommodation is in wooden cabins)   
  • Double layered Sleeping Mats (Except for Marangu Route where mattresses are provided in the wooden cabins)   
  • Transportation to & from the mountain gate   
  • Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters   
  • 3 meals daily while on the mountain   
  • Katadyn filtered water throughout the trek   
  • Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO) & KPAP      
  • 2 ways group airport transfers - 1 on arrival and 1 on departure
  • Supplemental summit Oxygen & Pulse Oximeter   
  • Complementary group transportation into Moshi town for shopping on the last day   


Excluded
  • Flights   
  • Tips to mountain crew   
  • Pre & Post Trek accommodation in Moshi, booking is available upon a request as outlined below
  • Items of a personal nature
  • portable flush toilet with a toilet tent   
  • Laundry Services   
  • Tanzanian mountain doctor


Possible accommodations
1 accommodations
Remarks

We are certified for ethical climbs through the Kili Porters Association KPAP which ensures the fair and ethical treatment of mountain crews. They ensure every climb has been certified to provide fair salaries, conditions, food, clothing, and sleeping conditions for crew members. 


While others may offer at a lower rate, BEWARE!! They may not offer adequate crew numbers or guides properly trained in First Responders Wilderness Safety. These operators cannot ensure the fair and ethical treatment to their porters, which sadly are very exploited in this industry.


By supporting us as a local business, you are helping support job security here in the community. We believe in strong corporate social responsibility and support many community development projects.


WEIGHT AND PORTERS

Clients are required to have a maximum of 15kg in their duffel bags. Due to the large increase in operational costs as a result of excess weight of clients’ luggage, we’ve had to resort to the following measures:

   Extra weight of clients’ luggage - $4 per extra kg

   Extra porter on the mountain (this is if a client requests) - $15 per porter per day.


IMPORTANT NOTICE

The rates above will not be subject to change upon confirmation, except if there is an increase in any government fee (tax, park fees, etc.) which is out of our control. In such a case, an increase in government fees will be passed on to the agent and added to the price. This is a difficult but necessary measure we have had to take due to the frequent and sudden increases in government fees, which have had a significant negative impact on our company.