Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Climb also known as Kili Climb, climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to Africa Highest peak uhuru peak in Mt Kilimanjaro National park where Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is an awesome and magnificent African mountain, the highest mountain in Africa.

Kilimanjaro is one of the largest single freestanding mountains in the world, composed of one extinct volcano; Shira (3962m) and Two Dormant Volcanoes, Mawenzi (5149m) and Kibo (5894). Mount Kilimanjaro Climb also known as Kili Climb, climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to Africa Highest peak uhuru peak in Mt Kilimanjaro National park where Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is an awesome and magnificent African mountain, the highest mountain in Africa.

Kilimanjaro is one of the largest single freestanding mountains in the world, composed of one extinct volcano; Shira (3962m) and Two Dormant Volcanoes, Mawenzi (5149m) and Kibo (5894).The trek to Uhuru Peak is considered to be a relatively straightforward endeavour; however, ample time must still be provided for proper acclimatization to prevent altitude sickness.

Spend 6 days climbing Mount Kilimanjaro on our classic hut-to-hut Marangu Route, an accomplishment unlike any other. Rising abruptly from the surrounding savannah at 19,340′, summiting Mount Kilimanjaro is an immensely challenging experience. The reward at the top is more than worth it: unparalleled vantage points, a true bond formed between like-minded adventurers, and the feeling that we haven’t just reached the top of the mountain we have achieved something deeply essential to ourselves.
Our trek takes us along the Lovely Marangu route, past stunningly diverse ecosystems bathed in golden light. From the park gate, we cross bamboo rainforest, alpine heather, and “the Saddle”, a wide, flat plateau with awe-inspiring views of Kibo and Mawenzi looming overhead. On our summit day, we begin the trek by midnight so we have ample time to reach the top and the best chances of actually doing so. Our non-technical climb is led by a team of Superb African Guides. Their deep expertise ensures our journey is highly informative, safe and filled with the fun of a challenging adventure.

Trip highlights
•Ascend Kilimanjaro, the Roof of Africa, and behold stunning views from the summit
•Climb the Marangu Route, seeing diverse ecosystems from rainforest to alpine desert
•Join a team of local African guides who help you accomplish this amazing feat
•Stay in wood and stone mountain huts along the way
•Extend your trip with a safari; unforgettable wildlife viewing is the perfect reward

What’s Included
•Double-occupancy accommodations at hotels
•Mountain hut accommodations on Kilimanjaro
•Meals as noted in the daily itinerary
•Local Transport/Airport transfers on Day 1 and Day 9
•Skilled bilingual climbing guide(s), cook, and porters on the mountain
•Cooking and eating utensils
•Waterproof duffel for the climb
•Filtered/treated drinking water
•Gratuities at hotel and for transfer drivers; internet (limited) at hotel
•All Tanzania park fees and taxes.

Activities
This trip is rated Strenuous [5]. We climb for 6 hours or more on most days at altitudes up to 19,340’ on varied terrain including uneven rocks and loose gravel; however, on summit day we will experience the most strenuous part of the trip, hiking for up to 16 hours. This climb is porter-supported, allowing participants to devote their full energy to reaching the summit.
Although participants should be in excellent physical condition, Kilimanjaro is a non-technical climb no special mountain climbing technics or equipment are employed; however, previous hiking or trekking experience is essential. Due to the strenuous nature of this climb, a physician’s release is required.
Accommodations: Mountain huts, 5 nights; Hotels, 2 nights.

YOUR ADVENTURE ITINERARY
Day 1: Welcome to Moshi, Tanzania, the gateway to the roof of Africa!
Your trip begins with an arrival flight into Kilimanjaro Airport. We provide a group transfer to a comfortable lodge. Rest amidst a working organic coffee and tea farm on the fertile slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. All meals on your own.

Day 2: Hike through Bamboo Rainforest to Mandara Hut, near the forest line.
We depart after breakfast and drive to the park headquarters. There is the normal hustle and bustle of hiring porters, signing in and beginning the climb. The actual hike begins at the park gate (6,000′) as we hike 5.5 miles up to Mandara hut (8,860′), near the upper edge of the forest line. The hike takes about 4 to 6 hours- a good time to start using your walking sticks. Our path starts off in a bamboo rainforest (keep your eyes open for blue monkeys) then opens up to hillsides of heather and temperate forests. If time and weather permit, a short walk from Mandara to Maundi Crater is worth it. Lodging here, as well as at Horombo, is in wooden A-frame huts or stone buildings that sleep 4 to 12 people. All meals included.
Hiking: 5 miles, 3.5 hours; elevation gain: 2,760’.

Day 3: Enter Moorland filled with Alpine Heather on the way to Horombo Hut.
Our destination today is Horombo Hut at 12,340′. It takes 6 to 8 hours to cover the 8-mile journey and altitude gain may slow the group down. The trail is strenuous but not technical. We often get our first views of the Kibo summit today far in the distance as we pass from forest into high moorland. We also pass beneath the impressive, rocky southern face of Mawenzi – one of the three volcanic peaks that make up the summit of Kilimanjaro. All meals included.
Hiking: 8 miles, 6-8 hours; elevation gain: 3,280’.

Day 4: Take an acclimatization hike to Zebra Rock.
Today is for acclimatization. Choose to hike up towards Zebra Rock, an aptly named geologic formation before returning to Horombo camp. The landscape has unique flora such as the odd-shaped giant groundsel. The trail offers inspirational views of both Kibo and Mawenzi peaks. Birdlife is also abundant in the Horombo area. If you’re feeling fatigued at this point, you can choose to spend the day resting at Horombo. Afternoon rains are common, so plan to be back inside the lodge with a cup of tea and good book by 4pm. After the rain passes, sunsets are beautiful and the black night sky sparkles with stars. All meals included.
Hiking: 4 miles; 4 hours; elevation gain: 1,276’

Day 5: Cross “the Saddle” to Kibo Hut with Kibo and Mawenzi looming above.
Today is another long hike, this time up to Kibo Hut (15,520′). Although shorter in distance, this usually takes 7 hours because it is steeper and the altitude slows everyone down. Our route climbs the Saddle, a wide, flat plateau with the peaks of Kibo and Mawenzi looming overhead. The views here are fantastic! The last part of the trail passes across the plateau before the final ascent. Kibo Hut is a stone hut with rooms that sleep 10 to 15 people in bunk beds. We have a light dinner and a pre-climb talk with our guides before turning in early to rest. All meals included.
Hiking: 5.7 miles, 7 hours; elevation gain: 3,280’.

Day 6: Summit day! On the trail before midnight, we make our way to the top.
Our guides wake us before midnight for a light snack before our summit attempt. By the time we reach Gillman’s Point (18,640′), it will be below freezing. We’ll hit the trail by 1am, starting the hike on a steep scree slope. We place one foot in front of the other and focus on steady breathing. With the black starry sky above us, most climbers will arrive at Gillman’s point in time to see the sunrise. The views from the top looking down on the plains of Africa make it all worthwhile. Some climbers decide they have reached their goal and head down from here, a legitimate summit. Others continue to hike 2 to 3 hours to the true summit, Uhuru Peak (19,340′). The descent from Gillman’s point is rapid, taking about 2 hours. We take a short rest at Kibo Hut before descending to Horombo Hut for the night, arriving in the late afternoon. All meals included.
Hiking: 3.5 miles Ascending; 9.5 miles Descending, 10-16 hours; Elevation Gain: 3,165’ to 3,820’; Elevation Loss: 7,000’.

Day 7: Descend from Horombo Huts back to the park gate for a celebration dinner.
Another long downhill hike today, but our spirits are up with the satisfaction of yesterday’s climb. At Marangu gate we receive certificates and bid our climbing team farewell. We then transfer back to our lodge in Moshi. It’s a welcome treat to take a hot shower, sip a cold drink and commemorate the climb with a celebration dinner. All meals included.
Hiking: 12.5 miles, 5 hours; Elevation Loss: 6,040’.

Day 8: Say good-bye to Tanzania.
The day is free for shopping in Moshi or relaxing at the lodge. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

NB: Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.

Experience Signature Camping on our scenic southern Lemosho Route, an 8 day climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.Mount Kilimanjaro, standing majestically at 19,340′, is one of the seven summits of the world and the highest peak in Africa. Its massive, snow-capped mountains have long enticed climbers and adventurers from around the world. Our journey takes the supremely scenic Lemosho Route across six ecological zones, from lush rainforests to arid alpine desert, with plenty of time for acclimatization, before we stand tall at Uhuru Peak.
Our unique approach to Kilimanjaro’s Southern Circuit incorporates new camp locations and our deluxe REI Signature Camps keep us comfy and energized. Our teams of expert African guides are friendly and knowledgeable, leading us to the top and sharing insights about the region along the way. Upon reaching the summit, we rest a moment to watch the sunrise spread its golden rays across the savannah below. A deeply personal experience that is second to none, the memory of this climb is sure to remain with us forever.

Trip highlights
•Summit Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the seven summits of the world at 19,340′
•Navigate Kilimanjaro’s Lemosho Route, the most scenic on the mountain
•Cross 5 ecological zones from lush rainforest to the harsh, beautiful arctic zone
•Follow expert African guides, full of knowledge of the mountain and its environs
•Experience Altimor Adventures Camping! Spacious tents, comfort, amazing meals and more!

What’s Included
•Double-occupancy accommodations at hotels
•Mountain hut accommodations on Kilimanjaro
•Meals as noted in the daily itinerary
•Local Transport/Airport transfers on Day 1 and Day 11
•Skilled bilingual climbing guide(s), cook, and porters on the mountain
•Cooking and eating utensils
•Waterproof duffel for the climb
•Filtered/treated drinking water
•Gratuities at hotel and for transfer drivers; internet (limited) at hotel
•All Tanzania park fees and taxes.

Activities
This trip is rated Strenuous [5]. We climb for 6 hours or more on most days at altitudes up to 19,340’ on varied terrain including uneven rocks and loose gravel; however, on summit day we will experience the most strenuous part of the trip, hiking for up to 16 hours. This climb is porter-supported, allowing participants to devote their full energy to reaching the summit.
Although participants should be in excellent physical condition, Kilimanjaro is a non-technical climb no special mountain climbing technics or equipment are employed; however, previous hiking or trekking experience is essential. Due to the strenuous nature of this climb, a physician’s release is required.
Accommodations: Hotel 3 nights; Altimor Adventures Tented Camping 7 nights

YOUR ADVENTURE ITINERARY
Day 1: Welcome to Moshi, Tanzania, the Gateway to the Roof of Africa!
Your trip begins with an arrival flight into Kilimanjaro Airport. We provide a group transfer to a comfortable lodge. Rest amidst a working organic coffee and tea farm on the fertile slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. All meals on your own.

Day 2: Morning trekking orientation followed by a warm up nature walk and picnic.
We’ll start our climbing orientation just after breakfast this morning. The rest of the day is for exploration and adventure. Beautiful views of Kilimanjaro’s peak shine through on clear days. We stroll next door to see the terroir and organic cultivation at Machare Estate tea and coffee farm. Kilimanjaro has a perennial spring like climate, altitude and rich soil. Taste the difference with a proper cupping of many varieties of teas and coffee. After lunch, we’ll stretch our legs on a walk to a nearby waterfall. The meandering trails pass coffee trees and streams under shady glades of magnanimous hardwoods. All meals included.

Day 3: The climb begins in the Lemosho glades hiking through rainforest to Forest Camp.
After an early breakfast, drive to the Londorossi Gate to register with park authorities. We meet our support staff at the Lemosho trailhead (7,000′) and begin our trek to the “Roof of Africa.” Our path starts off in the lush Afromontane forest. It contains some of Kilimanjaro’s most exquisite and diverse flora. This part of the trail is also rich in bird life and abounds in White Colobus monkeys. The trail winds up to Forest Camp (9,000′), our home for the night. All meals included.
Driving and park formalities: 3 hours; Hiking: 4 miles, 3.5 hours; elevation gain: 2,000′.

Day 4: Hike Shira Ridge through giant heather moorland with incredible views of Kilimanjaro.
From Forest Camp, the trail leads us through a podocarpus and juniper forest. Next, tall grasses and colorful heather emerge. We pass volcanic rock formations draped in yellow lichens and several streams. Attaining to Shira Plateau, we make camp at Shira 1 Camp (11,500′). The view to Kibo, Kilimanjaro’s summit cone, in the distance is incredible! All meals included.
Hiking: 5 miles, 5.5 hours; elevation gain: 2,500′.

Day 5: Cross the Shira Plateau toward Kibo’s glaciated peak to Moir Hut Camp.
Today we hike to Moir Hut. The trail has a gentle ascent across the Shira Plateau towards Kibo’s glaciated peak. In the distance, the Shira Cone rises over 600′ above the plateau. It is Mount Kilimanjaro’s oldest cone with only its western and southern rims remaining. Our camp (13,800′) is at the base of the Lent Hills. It’s a lesser known area of the traditional Lemosho Route, and excellent for acclimatization. All meals included.
Hiking: 8 miles, 6 hours; elevation gain: 2,300′.

Day 6: Enter the alpine desert zone before descending to Barranco Camp.
We depart the moorland zone and enter the alpine desert zone. From the Shira Plateau, our path heads southeast to Lava Tower (15,190′), a prominent rock feature known as the “shark’s tooth”. Little flora and fauna can survive the extreme temperature ranges and conditions that typify the alpine desert zone. We spend some time here to further acclimatize and enjoy a hot lunch. The views over the savannahs far below and up to Kibo’s western breach are outstanding. Next, we descend into the Barranco Valley. Here the conditions are perfect for the giant lobelias and senecios, which appear to be conjured up by Dr. Seuss. We stop for the night at Barranco Camp (13,000′). Hiking high and sleeping lower aids in our acclimatization. All meals included.
Hiking: 5 miles, 6 hours; elevation gain: 2,590′; elevation loss: 2,190.’

Day 7: Hike the rocky Barranco Wall and watch the sunset from Karanga Camp.
Today we continue our hike on the Southern Circuit to Karanga Camp (13,106′). We begin the day at the crux of the trek, the Barranco Wall, an 800′ cliff we must hike up and over to get to Karanga Valley. Luckily, it looks much harder than it actually is! It takes about 1.5 hours to negotiate the Barranco Wall. At the top we enjoy a well-deserved rest with lovely views. The trail becomes easier, undulating its way to Karanga Camp. Sunset can be spectacular here with views of glacial valleys and ice fields towering 3,000′ high. All meals included.
Hiking: 3 miles, 4.5 hours; elevation gain/loss: 1,000′.

Day 8: Hike to Kosovo High Camp. Rest before our summit attempt.
From Karanga Camp, we hike uphill through a sparse landscape. We pass Barafu Camp and continue on to the perfectly positioned Kosovo Basecamp (15,980′). We arrive in the early afternoon, giving us time to rest before our summit attempt. At this point, we have traversed Kilimanjaro’s Shira Plateau and the Southern Circuit, taking in views of Kibo from many different angles. After a light dinner and pre-summit talk with our guides, we turn in early to sleep and regain our energy. All meals included.
Hiking: 3.5 miles, 5 hours; elevation gain: 2,825′.

Day 9: Summit day! By midnight, we begin making our way to the roof of Africa.
Our guides wake us before midnight for a light snack before our summit attempt. By the time we reach Stella Point (18,800′) it will be below freezing. We’ll hit the trail before 1am in hopes of reaching the summit at sunrise. Starting off, the trail climbs a steep scree slope. We place one foot in front of the other, focusing on steady breathing. With the black starry sky above us it takes approximately 5-6 hours to reach Stella Point on the crater rim. From here it is another hour to Uhuru Peak, the summit of Kilimanjaro (19,340′). The views across the plains of Africa, and the well-deserved sense of accomplishment make it all worthwhile.
Most climbers find the descent no easier than the ascent. Fatigue and steep scree force us to maintain our concentration. We descend to either Millennium Camp (12,500′) or Mweka Camp (10,200′), stopping at Kosovo Camp for a brief rest and refreshments. All meals included.
Hiking: 10 to 12 miles, 15 to 17 hours; elevation gain: 3,360′; elevation loss: 7,000′ to 9,000′ (varies depending on camp location).

Day 10: It’s all downhill back to the Mweka gate. Enjoy a celebration dinner.
Another long downhill hike today, but our spirits are up with the satisfaction of yesterday’s climb. At Mweka gate we receive certificates and bid our climbing team farewell. We transfer back to our lodge in Moshi. It’s a welcome treat to take a hot shower, sip a cold drink and commemorate the climb with a celebration dinner. All meals included.
Driving: 2.5 hours; Hiking: 7 to 9 miles; elevation loss: 5,000 to 7,000′ (varies depending on camp location).

Day 11: Say good-bye to Tanzania.
The day is free for shopping in Moshi or relaxing at the lodge. A day room is arranged for late check-out. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

NB: Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.

Experience Signature Camping on our wild northern Rongai Route, a 7-day climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Standing at Uhuru peak far above the clouds, one understands exactly what continues to draw climbers and adventurers from around the world to Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped crests. It is the highest peak in Africa and one of the seven summits of the world. But it’s truly the personal reward of getting to the summit, and the feeling of standing in solidarity with fellow adventurers while there, that keeps this climb at the top of so many bucket lists.
Our journey follows the less-traveled Rongai Route, an approach that begins from the northern side of Kilimanjaro. This trail is a wilder and quieter way to trek across the area’s distinctive ecological zones. The route passes through forest, moorlands, alpine desert and beautiful arctic zones. Along the way, our teams of top African guides provide unmatched knowledge and support. Enjoy evenings spent under the night sky in large, comfortable tents, weary but more alive than ever. It is a deeply rejuvenating experience that is second to none.

Trip highlights
•Summit Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the seven summits of the world at 19,340′
•Navigate the uncrowded Rongai Route, a 7-day northern approach
•Cross many ecological zones from green forests to the harsh, beautiful arctic zone
•Follow top African guides, full of knowledge of the mountain and its environs
•Experience Altimor Adventure Camping! Spacious tents, amazing meals and more!

What’s Included
•Double-occupancy accommodations at hotels
•Mountain hut accommodations on Kilimanjaro
•Meals as noted in the daily itinerary
•Local Transport/Airport transfers on Day 1 and Day 10
•Skilled bilingual climbing guide(s), cook, and porters on the mountain
•Cooking and eating utensils
•Waterproof duffel for the climb
•Filtered/treated drinking water
•Gratuities at hotel and for transfer drivers; internet (limited) at hotel
•All Tanzania park fees and taxes.

Activities
This trip is rated Strenuous [5]. We climb for 6 hours or more on most days at altitudes up to 19,340’ on varied terrain including uneven rocks and loose gravel; however, on summit day we will experience the most strenuous part of the trip, hiking for up to 16 hours. This climb is porter-supported, allowing participants to devote their full energy to reaching the summit.
Although participants should be in excellent physical condition, Kilimanjaro is a non-technical climb no special mountain climbing technics or equipment is employed; however, previous hiking or trekking experience is essential. Due to the strenuous nature of this climb, a physician’s release is required.
Accommodations: Hotel 3 nights; Altimor Adventures Tented Camping 6 nights

YOUR ADVENTURE ITINERARY
Day 1: Welcome to Moshi, Tanzania, the gateway to the roof of Africa!
Our trip begins at the Kilimanjaro Airport, Tanzania. We are met by our Altimor Adventures representative and assisted through customs and immigration. After our gear is loaded in the vehicles, we set off for our hotel in the bustling mountain town of Moshi. All meals on your own.
Transfer: 1 hour.

Day 2: Morning trekking orientation followed by coffee tour and warm up walk.
We’ll start our climbing orientation after breakfast this morning, clearing the rest of the day for exploration and adventure. A short drive takes us to a nearby Wachagga village where we learn the process of coffee cultivation. Kilimanjaro’s rich soil and temperate climate makes it prodigious for agriculture and results in especially tasty coffee. After lunch in the village we’ll return to the hotel and pack our bags for the mountain. We are free the rest of the afternoon to relax poolside or explore around town on our own. All meals included.

Day 3: Hike the northern slopes through forest to Simba Camp.
This morning we drive to the Marangu gate for registration before continuing north to the start of the Rongai route (6,400’). Passing through a patchwork of maize and potato farms, the trail soon dives into a mixed forest. We may even see the long-haired, black-and-white colobus monkeys bounding in the treetops. At Simba Camp (8,645’), we have our first night of REI Signature Camping on Kilimanjaro. Each spacious standing-height tent comes complete with cots, sleeping pads, pillows, floor mat and night stand. Outside is a private veranda with chairs for taking off your boots after a day of hiking. A hot dinner is served in our expansive high-alpine base camp tent. After we dine, our guides perform their nightly safety check and give us the details of the following day’s hike.
Driving and park formalities: 4 hours; Hiking: 4 miles, 3.5 hours; elevation gain: 2,245′.

Day 4: Pass through moorlands to Second Cave then East towards Mawenzi.
Today is one of the longer trekking days. Our aim is to gain altitude and reach Kikelewa Camp (11,810’) on route to Mawenzi Tarn. The trail winds through moorlands of golden heather and has excellent views of the Kilimanjaro’s eastern icefield. We break for lunch at second cave camp before one final push, another two miles on to Kikelewa Camp. All meals included.
Hiking: 6 miles, 7 to 8 hours; elevation gain: 3,165′.

Day 5: Hike from heath to alpine desert and the jagged peaks of Mawenzi.
Prepare for a steady but steep ascent today to the base of Mawenzi. We take our time hiking, making sure to pace ourselves on this shorter section. We watch as the vegetation dramatically shifts from tussocks of wild grasses and giant groundsels to the sparsely vegetated alpine desert zone. Our camp (14,155’) for the next two days rests aside a high alpine lake, in a beautiful cirque below the towering spires of Mawenzi peak. Enjoy a hot lunch and take the rest of the afternoon to relax and recuperate. All meals included.
Hiking: 4 miles, 3 to 4 hours; elevation gain: 2,345′.

Day 6: Acclimatization day, hike to Mawenzi Ridge.
Acclimatization is key to a successful summit of Kilimanjaro. Today, we enjoy an extra day hiking around the scenic Mawenzi Tarn area. Mawenzi is the third highest mountain in Africa and the second cinder cone, after Shira, in Kilimanjaro’s geologic evolution. A short day hike today to the Mawenzi Ridge offers excellent vistas of Kilimanjaro’s highest peak. All meals included.
Hiking: 2 miles; 2 to 3 hours; elevation gain: 240’.

Day 7: Cross “the saddle” to Kibo Hut at the base of the eastern summit route.
Fully rested, today we set off across the lunar-like landscape known as “the saddle” which spans the distance between the Mawenzi and Kibo peaks. Arriving at Kibo Camp (15,520’) we enjoy dinner, relax and prepare for the final ascent which begins shortly after midnight.
Hiking: 5.5 miles; 4 to 5 hours; elevation gain: 1,375’.

Day 8: Summit Day! Enjoy one of the best sunrises in Africa.
Starting near midnight, we follow a switchback path up a volcanic scree slope. Our guides set a comfortable pace and we stop often to catch our breath in the starlit air. This is the steepest and most demanding section of the climb, taking about five hours to reach Gillman’s Point (18,650’). From Gillman’s Point we can see the sunrise above the cloud line illuminating the plains below an incredible sight to behold. A bit further around the crater and we reach our goal, Uhuru Peak (19,340’), the roof of Africa. Here we celebrate our success and marvel at the surrounding views. Thereafter, we descend back to Kibo Camp (15,580′) for a short rest before continuing on to Horombo Camp (12,205’) for the evening. All meals included.
Hiking: 3.5 miles ascending; 9.5 miles descending, 10 to 16 hours; elevation gain: 3,820’; elevation loss: 7,135’.

Day 9: Descend to the Marangu gate; return to Moshi for a celebration dinner.
The final descent today is a long and gentle downhill grade. With our spirits lifted from the satisfaction of yesterday’s climb, we pass through the moorlands and rainforest before reaching the end at Marangu gate. After receiving our completion certificates from the national park, we bid our climbing team farewell and return to our hotel in Moshi. It’s a welcome treat to take a hot shower, sip a cold drink and commemorate the climb with our fellow travelers over a celebratory dinner. All meals included.
Hiking: 12.5 miles, 5 hours; elevation loss: 6,040’.

Day 10: Say good-bye to Tanzania.
After checking out of the hotel at 11am, we take a tour of the vibrant mountain town of Moshi. After a late lunch we head to the airport for evening departures. Breakfast and lunch included; dinner on your own.

NB: Although we do our best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.

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