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Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

Tanzania Trek EXTREME
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About the Challenge

The highest freestanding mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro is also the highest mountain on the African continent at 5896m. Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty African plains; huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally.


Mount Kilimanjaro Trek

10 DAYS

Our trek takes the Machame route, allowing gradual acclimatisation to the altitude and an excellent chance of reaching the summit. We pass through thick forest, moorland and scree en route to Uhuru Peak, the highest point. This is a challenging trek at altitude, climbing one of the most impressive mountains in the world.

  • Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport; transfer to Moshi town, where we can admire the views of Kibo, the crater at the summit and the youngest of Kilimanjaro’s three volcanic cones. We check in and relax, with time to sort out our kit for tomorrow before dinner and a briefing. Night hotel.

  • One hour’s drive from Moshi lies the gate to the Machame route, where we complete park formalities, meet our crew of porters and start to climb! The first section of the route climbs steadily and passes through magnificent, dense rainforest. This path is less well-trodden so it can get somewhat overgrown in places and it is often wet and muddy underfoot. Night camp: Machame Camp (3100m).

    Trek approx 18km / 5-7 hours

  • Our route continues on up through the forest until we reach the steep ascent onto the Shira Plateau, where there are rewarding views of the mountain. Looking back, you will be able to see Mt Meru rising high above Arusha town in the distance. Night camp: Shira Caves (3840m).

    Trek approx 9km / 4-6 hours

  • Walking now on high moorland, the landscape changes the entire character of the trek. We traverse the southwest side of Kilimanjaro, passing underneath the Lava Tower and the final section of the Western Breach and finally reach camp at Barranco Hut (3900m), a tin shack where we pitch our tents. The day has been spent at altitude (up to 4600m), but we have followed the mountaineering code of ‘walk high, sleep low’ to aid your body’s acclimatisation to altitude. Night camp: Barranco Hut (3900m).

    Trek approx 15km / 8-10 hours

  • Our day starts by descending into the Great Barranco, a huge ravine. We then exit steeply, up the Great Barranco Wall, which divides us from the southeastern slopes of Kibo. It’s a climb over rock, not technical, but long and tiring. Passing underneath the Heim and Kersten glaciers, we head towards the Karanga valley, which is our last stop for fresh water before the summit. Scree now forms the terrain as we walk through arid and desolate land towards camp. Night camp: Barafu Camp (4600m).

    Trek approx 18km / 7-9 hours

  • We avoid walking too long in the heat of the sun today by starting while it’s dark, and walk steeply upwards to the summit glaciers. We will be climbing scree for 4 to 5 hours but gain incredible height over a short distance. The views are spectacular. We should be on the crater rim at Stella Point (5739m) as the first rays of the sun hit us. Spectacular ice cliffs within the crater surround us and the views to jagged Mawenzi – Kilimanjaro’s secondary but more technical peak – and beyond are breathtaking. Another hour’s walking takes us to the summit, Uhuru Peak (5896m); Uhuru means freedom in Swahili. We begin our descent by returning to Stella Point and then descending on scree slope and track back to Barafu Camp for breakfast, before finally heading down to camp for a long well-earned rest. On our descent we have fabulous views of the plains and Mawenzi. Night camp: Millennium Camp (3720m).

    Trek approx 20km (7km climb); 10 – 12 hours

  • A gentle trek takes us down through the rainforest to Mweka Gate, where we complete park formalities and receive certificates, which you can hang up with pride! We are then met by our vehicles and return to the hotel in Moshi, where you can treat yourself to a welcome shower (and a cold beer or two!) before our big celebration. Night hotel.

    (Dinner not included)

    Trek approx 10km; 5 hours

  • Free day, allowing you to explore Moshi, where there are some good markets, and relax with your fellow achievers. You can also opt to visit a Community Project we support on a long-term basis – a children’s home on the outskirts of Moshi. We return to the hotel mid-afternoon in time to transfer to the airport for our international flight home.

    (Lunch not included.)

Mount Kilimanjaro Trek for Macmillan Cancer Support

11 DAYS
  • Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport; transfer to Moshi town, where we can admire the views of Kibo, the crater at the summit and the youngest of Kilimanjaro’s three volcanic cones. We check in and relax, with time to sort out our kit for tomorrow before dinner and a briefing. Night hotel.

  • One hour’s drive from Moshi lies the gate to the Machame route, where we complete park formalities, meet our crew of porters and start to climb! The first section of the route climbs steadily and passes through magnificent, dense rainforest. This path is less well-trodden so it can get somewhat overgrown in places and it is often wet and muddy underfoot. Night camp: Machame Camp (3100m).

    Trek approx 18km / 5-7 hours

  • Our route continues on up through the forest until we reach the steep ascent onto the Shira Plateau, where there are rewarding views of the mountain. Looking back, you will be able to see Mt Meru rising high above Arusha town in the distance. Night camp: Shira Caves (3840m).

    Trek approx 9km / 4-6 hours

  • Walking now on high moorland, the landscape changes the entire character of the trek. We traverse the southwest side of Kilimanjaro, passing underneath the Lava Tower and the final section of the Western Breach and finally reach camp at Barranco Hut (3900m), a tin shack where we pitch our tents. The day has been spent at altitude (up to 4600m), but we have followed the mountaineering code of ‘walk high, sleep low’ to aid your body’s acclimatisation to altitude. Night camp: Barranco Hut (3900m).

    Trek approx 15km / 8-10 hours

  • Our day starts by descending into the start of the Great Barranco, a huge ravine. We then exit steeply, up the Great Barranco Wall, which divides us from the southeastern slopes of Kibo. It’s a climb over rock, not technical but long and tiring. Passing underneath the Heim and Kersten glaciers, we head towards the Karanga valley. From here we have a steep climb up from Karanga valley to our night’s camp at Karanga camp, set at 3963m. For those feeling strong we will go for a mid-afternoon acclimatisation trek up to around 4200m before descending back to camp for the night. After this point our water supply will be strictly limited to drinking until we descend. Night camp: Karanga (3963m).

    Trek approx 5-7 hours / 10km

  • After a good night’s rest and breakfast, we set off on our walk to Barafu camp at 4600m. The climb will take us across desolate scree slopes with no vegetation around us at all. It’s a tough steep walk made more difficult by the altitude. On arriving at camp we eat and spend the afternoon resting as we prepare for a long night and day ahead. It is important to keep hydrated and warm. We have an early dinner and then try to get some sleep as we will be getting up at between 11pm and 12pm to start the climb to the summit. Night camp: Barafu (4600m)

    Trek approx 4-5 hours / 8km

  • We avoid walking too long in the heat of the sun today by starting while it’s dark, and walk steeply upwards to the summit glaciers. We will be climbing scree for 4 to 5 hours but gain incredible height over a short distance. The views are spectacular. We should be on the crater rim at Stella Point (5739m) as the first rays of the sun hit us. Spectacular ice cliffs within the crater surround us and the views to jagged Mawenzi – Kilimanjaro’s secondary but more technical peak – and beyond are breathtaking.

    Another hour’s walking takes us to the summit, Uhuru Peak (5896m); Uhuru means freedom in Swahili. We begin our descent by returning to Stella Point and then descending on scree slope and track back to Barafu Camp for breakfast, before finally heading down to camp for a long well-earned rest. On our descent we have fabulous views of the plains and Mawenzi. Night camp: Millennium Camp (3720m).

    Trek approx 20km (7km climb); 12 – 14 hrs

  • A gentle trek takes us down through the rainforest to Mweka Gate, where we
    complete park formalities and receive certificates, which you can hang up with pride! We are then met by our vehicles and return to the hotel in Moshi, where you can treat yourself to a welcome shower (and a cold beer or two!) before our big celebration. Night hotel. (Dinner not included).


    Trek approx 10km; 5 hrs

  • Free day, allowing you to explore Moshi, where there are some good markets, and relax with your fellow achievers. You can also opt to visit a Community Project we support on a long-term basis – a children’s home near Moshi. We return to the hotel mid-afternoon in time to transfer to the airport for our international flight home. (Lunch not included)


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Detailed Information

  • Group flights leave from London Heathrow or Gatwick, (we regret that we are unable to book connecting flights), and are booked through Discover Adventure Ltd under ATOL licence 5636. By travelling with Discover Adventure you are protected by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). We do not always use the same airline for each destination; if you wish to know the probable carrier please call for details. You will usually receive confirmed flight details several months before departure. Our itineraries are always based on current flight schedules and are therefore subject to change by the airline. If you prefer to book your own flights please ask us for a land-only cost.

  • Accommodation will usually be in two-man tents (when camping) and twin-bedded hotel rooms. Unless you are registering with your spouse or partner, all accommodation is single sex.

    Please tell us if you know somebody else on the trip that you would like to share with. We will try our best to accommodate your request.

  • All food is included except for a few meals as specified in the itinerary. The food is plentiful, generally local in style, freshly-cooked and will give you plenty of energy. Sometimes we have packed lunches, sometimes meals are buffet-style, other times we stop at small local restaurants. Dinners are generally eaten in camp or at our hotel, depending on accommodation.

  • Being vegetarian or having other dietary requirements is not usually a problem provided you let us know well in advance. Please do not expect as much variety as you would have access to at home – we are often in very rural or remote areas and among people of a different culture who may not understand your requirements, however willing they are to help. If you know there are plenty of foods you cannot eat we strongly recommend you bring extra snacks from home so you can top up your energy supply. Please feel free to ask us for advice.

  • All our leaders are from the UK or other English-speaking countries. Most work for us on an ad-hoc basis and have ‘real’ jobs in-between trips! We never send our leaders to the same destination for months on end – we want them to be as enthusiastic about your trip as you are. Although our leaders are trained in expedition first-aid, they are accompanied by an expedition doctor or medic (dependent on group size), who is there to look after the well-being of the whole group and deal with any incidents. They help the leaders to ensure the trip runs smoothly and encourage you when things get tough. The number of crew looking after you will depend on the final size of your group, but an average-sized overseas group would be led by two leaders and a doctor. At Discover Adventure we pride ourselves on our high leader: participant ratio and believe it leads to greater trip enjoyment as well as excellent trip safety.

  • Our local support crew is made up of local guides, assisted by drivers, porters, cooks and other support staff, depending on the type of trip. Local guides know the area well, and are a great source of knowledge about local lifestyles. The Discover Adventure crew work closely with the local crew to ensure your trip runs smoothly and safely. In some destinations we work together as a team with local guides to help set up or break camp, or prepare meals.

  • Your luggage, food, water and equipment is carried by vehicles, porters, mules, etc (depending on terrain and accessibility) from one night-stop to the next. Space is limited and hard-sided luggage is not suitable, so it is essential that your kit is packed in a soft bag, rucksack or expedition kitbag. Ask us about our specially-designed low-cost kitbags if you don’t have one already. You should also bring a small daypack to carry for items needed during the day as you will not have access to your main luggage until the evening.

  • Your safety, and that of the rest of the group, is our highest priority. Our trips are designed and planned with safety in mind. Your crew will be equipped with mobile phones, medical kit and other safety apparatus where necessary. They always have access to our 24-hour emergency UK back-up. Our leaders are responsible for safety on the trip, and will make any changes to the itinerary they deem necessary should local conditions dictate. Pre-trip administration – such as compulsory medical questionnaires – is all done with your safety in mind.

Preparing for the Challenge

  • We could be exposed to bad weather at any time so be prepared for all conditions. We provide you with a detailed packing kit-list on registration, as well as details on useful discounts you are entitled to as a Discover Adventure customer. We are always available if you need advice.

  • Our challenges attract people of all levels of experience and fitness, all ages and backgrounds. We expect all participants to train hard in advance to achieve this challenge, but we respect everyone’s limits. We design our challenges so that everyone can go at their own pace: this is not a race. For logistical and safety reasons we sometimes need to re-group, so the front-runners will find themselves waiting for the slower ones. Please relax, and remember that this is a team effort that enables people to achieve their personal goals and earn sponsorship.

  • Entry requirements vary depending on your destination and nationality. It is your responsibility to ensure your passport is up-to-date and any visas are obtained in good time. For further information please see our Factsheet and Visa information page.

    Your routine UK schedule of vaccinations should be up-to-date (especially tetanus). We recommend you check Fit For Travel for further details. You should always check with a GP or travel clinic for up-to-date travel health advice as it does change.

  • For most people, the main attraction of travelling to a different country is to see new sights and enjoy new experiences. Sometimes those new experiences can make life harder or more inconvenient than you may like, such as toilet hygiene or different food, or simply a different attitude to solving problems. This is all part of the challenge you are signing up for! We are very privileged to live in a country with a high standard of living, and travelling exposes us to different challenges – all of which help broaden our horizons. We can guarantee that coming face-to-face with experiences outside your normal ‘comfort zone’ will help you bond with your fellow trekkers and provide you with plenty of things to laugh about! A sense of humour and sense of adventure are two of the most important things to bring with you!

Extension

Ngorongoro Crater Safari

A trip to East Africa is not complete without seeing some of the wildlife and scenery synonymous with the great open African Plains. We are therefore offering you the chance to unwind on safari after the exertions of your Kilimanjaro trek!

We visit the famous Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara National Park, all of which offer stunning scenery and the chance to see the big five: lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard, as well as giraffe, zebra, hippopotamus and many species of antelope, monkey and smaller mammals and birdlife.

You will stay in a permanent tented camp just outside Karatu, with good facilities including beds, mosquito nets, solar-heated showers, and local guides and cooks to look after you. The guides are very knowledgeable about the flora and fauna you encounter, and will do their utmost to make sure you experience as much as possible of their wildlife, scenery and culture. This is a great way to fully round off your African experience!

The downloadable itinerary gives you an idea of the main regions you will visit on safari, but please bear in mind that your guides will vary the exact locations you go to depending on local conditions and wildlife sightings. The actual itinerary is designed to be very flexible to maximise your time spent watching wildlife.

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Zanzibar Experience

Zanzibar – the Spice Island – conjures up romantic images of clear azure sea, white sandy beaches and fragrant spices. It lies off the Indian Ocean’s Swahili Coast, home to some of the warmest ocean water on the planet.

We spend a night in atmospheric Stone Town and have the chance to explore its historic narrow stone alleys before heading to our hotel on the beautiful north tip of the island. Relax on the idyllic beach or arrange your own activities, from snorkelling and diving to dolphin-watching trips and spice tours – the perfect way to relax after the rigours of your trek.

Once in resort, this extension does not have an organised itinerary. You are free to spend your time as you wish.


Testimonials

Justin


AWESOME! From meeting at the airport to touching down at home it was 1st class. The DA staff were brilliant, the group were great and the local support crew were exceptional. I couldn't recommend the whole trip highly enough. Brilliant! 

Mika


I don't think we could have asked for a better DA team on the mountain, or a better tour team. Chris, Jess and Liz were amazing, knew exactly what they were talking about and really looked after us. Ahsante tours were phenomenal and I personally would never have made it
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Samantha


I had such an amazing time, as you know it was my 2nd attempt and I was really nervous leading up to summit night as I wasn't confident I could make it. Having attempted it before I remembered how hard it was but Vic drilled it into us that it's all in our minds and to
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keep strong and focused on something the boots in front. He was constantly checking if I was OK and giving me reassurance that I was going to make it and was there for a big hug at the top to say congratulations! I can't recommend him enough as a leader, he is every definition of the word. He's also the kindest person I've ever known having to get to know him a little personally from his stories. Cath was also a fantastic doctor and was a well-loved member of the group The porters/guides are also a credit to DA - I've never met so many happy, grateful and hardworking people in my life and I'll genuinely miss them very much.
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Jessica


The trip really was amazing and a once in a life time experience. Everybody was so lovely and supportive! Thank you for all your help with everything and I would 100% recommend discover Adventure to anybody that was thinking of completing either this challenge or one
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Carl


What an amazing experience. I absolutely loved every bit of the trip (apart from the squatting toilets) haha.We were a great team and met friends for life I am sure, we all really gelled and the banter, humour and support was spot on.Chris, Jess, & Liz were
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fantastic and lead the team very well. The local guides were also superb, to celebrate my 34th birthday on the summit morning was something I will neverForget nor will I ever forget the huge birthday cake the guides made for me over 4000m up a mountain on the evening, this was totally unexpected, as was singing songs and happy birthday -  it was a great touch and enough cake for second helpings for everyone!The Tanzanian guides and whole team constantly did above and beyond daily, working their socks off to make us as comfortable as possible and you could tell they were so genuine and it was very humbling to witness.The trek was superb taking in different terrains and living above the clouds for so long and I have some great photo's and memories to treasure for life.I would highly recommend the challenge and going with Discover Adventure to friends, family, and colleagues for Kilimanjaro.I would even sign up for it again if the right person or persons asked me if I fancied doing it again down the line.Amazing adventure and experience 10/10.
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Cheryl


I just want to firstly say a huge thank you to everyone that helped me from booking the trip to getting me down the mountain safely. I still can't believe what I managed to achieve its still sinking in. It was the best most challenging thing I have ever done (I'm now
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thinking on my next big challenge!). I have got to give praise to Jo, Lahcen and Rob they worked great together as a team. A huge thanks to Rob as well for helping me when i was ill on the last leg of the journey and helping in every way he could. A very big thank you also goes to the Ahsante crew as without them I;m not sure I would have got off of the mountain. Those guys are amazing have so much energy and always very willing to help. Lahcen was also very helpful when it came to the Ngorongoro Safari extension, it was amazing to see so many animals and the scenery was top notch!! Just what you need after a big hike. I cant fault Discover Adventure from booking at the beginning to getting home, the service has been 100% just like our summit success!
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Harry


I’ve just come back from climbing Kilimanjaro and I felt it important to let you guys know just how fun the entire experience has been! Given some of the horror stories I’ve heard about people attempting to climb it and issues they’ve had in the past,
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I was hugely nervous beforehand. However, thanks to the expert leadership from Jo  and fantastic support provided from Dr Robert and Lahcen, a lot of those fears were put to rest almost immediately.The group got on exceedingly well, and I’ve definitely made some friends for life off of the back of this trip!  Ahsante tours also did a fantastic job of getting us up there and back, keeping us fed, watered and sheltered – they are a top bunch of guys and girls.To summarise, thank you so much to the crew, Jo, Bob, Lahcen and to all of you (particularly Sarah and Dan who handled my booking and answered all my questions) for making this one of the most memorable holidays of my life and I certainly won’t ever forget it.Until next time!
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Kitty


Incredible trip with great people - I've been back a week and haven't stopped talking about it! The Discover Adventure team supported us throughout and all of the group reached the top which made the experience even more memorable!

Cheryl


From meeting at the airport to final day departure everything went smoothly and faultless. The crew and guides were all amazing in their own way and very supportive when it was definitely needed.

Jerry


A wonderful opportunity and privilege to work as a team under spirited and empathetic leadership to achieve a personal goal within very demanding conditions.

Jake


Great for someone taking the challenge alone as you feel guided from the start of the booking process straight through until you say goodbye at the arrivals lounge at Heathrow after the challenge. Leaders and team were fantastic.

Trek Training Weekend

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£160 Special Offer - Only when you book at the same time as registering for your main challenge

Discover Adventure Trek Training Weekends take place in Snowdonia National Park, Wales. This training weekend is designed to put you through your paces to enable you to gauige fitness levels and gain advice from our experienced leaders.

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GRADE | extreme (5)

This trip includes very difficult terrain with extremes of temperature, at altitude. It will test your stamina and persverance to the max. We will supply you with a thorough training guide when you have registered. Training for the challenge is all part of the preparation and requires commitment! Without it, you will find the challenge less enjoyable - and we want you to have the time of your life!
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