Other Information

  1. Transport from JRO airport
  2. A night before and after the trek on bed and English breakfast
  3. All food on the climb
  4. Transfer to and from the gate
  5. Tents (Four seasons, 3 person mountain tent – double occupancy), chairs and table
  6. Mattress (Sleeping pad foam 1.5 inches thick)
  7. First aid kit/Bottled of oxygen/pulse oximeter
  8. Park fees, Camping fees and Rescue fees
  9. Forest fees where applicable
  10. Guides and porters fees as per government regulations, their food and public
  11. Liability insurance for the porters/guides.
  12. Value Added Tax (VAT) and other government taxes
  1. Transport back to the airport
  2. 3 liters of water for the first day
  3. Drinks
  4. Tips for guides and porters
  5. Food for the first and last night at the hotel
  6. Personal equipment for mountain climbing
  1. Private toilet - $264 per toilet for the entire trip
  2. Gamow bag – $183 per bag for the entire trip
  3. Single tent supplement – $16 per person per night
  4. Single room supplement – $45 per person per night

TIPS:  Of course, these are always at your discretion. We recommend an amount of USD190-USD220 per climber, this will be distributes among the group i.e. head guide, assistants guides, cook waiter, camping crew and the other porters please let the management know if your guide/porters press you for tips as they have all been forbidden to do this.

Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed throughout the year with successful summits possible even during the rainy season.  Daytime temperature can range from a bone-chilling five degree to a merciless 30 degree Celsius.

Night temperatures drop well below freezing level.  The higher rainfall occurs between March and May with slightly less falling during November and December.  Generally the best time to climb Kilimanjaro would be during the dry seasons in January, February, June, July august, September and October.

Although February and September are the driest and best periods to plan your climb, the other dry months can also have some pretty good weather.

If flying into Nairobi…

When you arrive in Nairobi we can arrange for Impala shuttle to meet you and either brings you straight to Keys Hotel in Moshi. If you arrive later in the day, you will be taken to a hotel in Nairobi.  You will then be collected on the following morning and be brought to Keys Hotel.

The journey takes about 6 or 7 hours and Costs around $35 per person one way.

Otherwise there is an option of flying with Kenya airways or Precision from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Kilimanjaro International Airport.

If flying into Dar es salaam…

There are several coaches (we recommend Kilimanjaro express) comes daily from Dar to Moshi (about $20 per person). We can make arrangement for one of our staff to assist you with both transport and hotel for the night in Dar es Salaam.

Tourism licence No: 105444 (Tour Operator)

Tourism licence No: 105443 (Mt. climbing/Trekking)

TIN: 100-128-284

VRN: 16002735E

Public Liability Insurance Policy No: P/2011/120/6001/60/342/06