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3rd May 2022 by Inside the Travel Lab

What you need to know about trekking Kilimanjaro

Ah my, where to start. Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro is one of those things you'll remember for the whole of the rest of your life. It's not done in a day. It's between five and six days of trekking, scrambling and searching for strength inside you. I reached the summit many moons ago in my early twenties. And, like most foreign visitors, I had help. Porters carried my camping gear and main backpack. A trip guide led the way. ...

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22nd March 2022 by Jason Billam

My first day in Tanzania 2022, exploring Mount Kilimanjaro

On my first full day in Tanzania I explore the lush and fertile slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa (as well as the highest free-standing mountain in the world). I then finish off the day by paying a visit to local legend, Doctor Coffee....

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9th January 2020 by PommieTravels

Packing and gearing up for Mount Kilimanjaro

While Mount Kilimanjaro is known to be more of a walking trip than a hiking trip, don’t let that fool you. It’s still a 19,341-foot trek. Additionally, the last six to eight hours to the summit is difficult, especially with weather that can plummet to -20 degrees Fahrenheit. Around 1,000 people are evacuated attempting this mountain every year, and several have even died. This trip isn’t for the faint of heart, but with the proper preparation and equipment, you too can conquer this...