Dates & Prices
Mt Kilimanjaro Special Dates & Prices
An All Inclusive Experience
At Climb Kili, we do our best to include every detail on the mountain and throughout Tanzania. Below is a list of what you’ll receive with Climb Kili
- Welcome Package
- Detailed Itinerary
- Equipment List
- Information Guide
- Personal Fitness Program
- Booking Conditions
- Warm Summit Cap
- Personal trekking coordinator to assist throughout your preparation
- 7 day a week toll free phone assistance
- Transport to and from Kilimanjaro International Airport
- 2 Nights Hotel
- Breakfast at Hotel
- Daily trip reports from the mountain to interested friends and family back home
- Personal Gear
- Tanzanian Visa
- Staff Gratuity
- Transportation to and from your selected route
- All personal and group tents
- English speaking guides
- All Tanzanian National Park Fees
- Government Climbing Taxes
- Climbing permits
- All Meals while on Kilimanjaro and Safari
- Daily Briefings
- Sleeping pads
- Private chemical toilets
- Staff Salaries
- All meals during the duration
- Purified water
- Climb Kili exclusive Guides, Assistant Guides, Chefs and Porters
- Safety Equipment:
- Emergency Oxygen
- Hyperbaric Bag
- Pulse Oximeter
- Hot drinks at every meal
- One tree planted on your behalf
- Emergency rescue fees
- Free wireless internet at the hotel
- Solo Supplement included (if applicable)
- Personal Summit Certificate signed by the National Park and your Guide
THERE AND BACK...
Our greatest compliments come from those who have taken the journey with us. If you would like to share your comments, photos, and video please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to contact past clients directly, please Contact Us for a list of References.
Thanks for your email. We’ve been back a couple of weeks now, but it still feels like yesterday and a little surreal to think that just a month ago I had never been to Africa and now I have had this fabulous adventure there!My sister Lys posted a review on trip advisor which reflects very well on Climb Kili and our mountain team and safari guide. She spoke for all of us. I will add that while I thought all our guides were very good and in fact spent most of my walking time with Saidi (sp?), I really made a good connection with Julius and would highly recommend him to future climbers. He was in our small group on summit day and I really appreciated his calm, confident manner.I am attaching a couple of favourite photos for your album. They are, in order:1. Jaime, Jill and Lys Hugessen at Uhuru Peak
I cannot say enough good things about my experience. On the mountain, our guides (Seraphim, Paul, and Raymond) and porters were beyond excellent. I appreciate the close monitoring and support that our guides provided. Our group had a wide range of skills, abilities, and fitness levels, but they managed to accommodate everyone with grace and dignity. I would highly recommend them as guides to anyone I know making the trek (and request them if I were to do the trek again). The porters always had our camp set up on time and ensured that we and our belongings stayed safe. The food was tasty and filling and served with a smile.
Likewise, on the safari, Cornelius (Cornell) was an outstanding guide. He was engaging, thoughtful, answered any question we threw at him, knew where to find all the animals, and helped to make our safari experience memorable. If I were to go on safari again, I would request his services.
All in all, I had a great time. I appreciate the organization of all the details that made the experience great. Even more, I appreciate the outstanding people who I encountered… from Andrew at the front desk, to the hotel staff, our guides (Seraphim, Paul, Raymond, and Cornell), porters, lodge staff, tented camp staff, drivers, and state-side program coordination. Top notch.
Superb, start to finish. Have recommend to all my mates.
Excellent team. Thank you so much. Attached is a summit photo with me, my brother, and Junior and Good Luck.
Wow…you all did an awesome job!! I’ve already recommended Climb Kili to others. Everybody was incredible…food was great, accommodations, hospitality, everything. And, I thought it was a great bargain. At the last minute I decided to go on a safari and it was awesome too. Nothing but praise from me on the whole affair.
We had a fantastic time climbing Kilimanjaro. Thanks for organising the adventure for us and answering all our questions prior to the trip.– Joseph, Joseph and Deo, were brilliant guides. Very friendly and knowledgable. They always went the extra mile to ensure we were in good shape physically and mentally. They also carried people’s bags when the going got tough and shared their own water supplied which was much appreciated. The food was very good and our vegan diet was accommodated brilliantly.– I also enjoyed the Arusha tour Joseph took us on the day prior to the climb, which took in the local market and art and crafts shop at a low cost.– There was a slight discrepancy in the pre-trip instructions and the requirements for the trip. The documentation said 2 x 1 litre water bottles would be required (which is what we packed). However, we were told upon arrival that at least 4 x 1L water would be needed. We therefore had to hire water bottles at our expense. I’m glad we did, because on hot days and summit day, we consumed all 4L of water we carried. I’d suggest that the instructions are updated to give people the option to either purchase additional bottles/bladders or hire them.many thanks
My daughter and I used Climbkili to book the Lemosho route to climb up Kilimanjaro, followed by a 3 day safari in the Serengeti. From the first moment I dealt with Climbkili I knew that was the outfit for us to use. Every aspect about our trip was flawless. Our lead guide on the climb was Raymond, and it is obvious that he commands the respect on the mountain. Every little detail was accounted fro during the trip, and we wanted for nothing. With a trip on this magnitude, organization is key, and we could not have asked fro more. The climb was incredible,a nd the weather was perfect throughout the whole trip. We made it to the top and it was a very proud moment for the both of us. Our experience as a whole was one of great satisfaction, and I would highly recommend Climbkili to anyone looking to book a Kilimanjaro climb or safari.
Before choosing to book a Kilimanjaro trek, I thoroughly researched a multitude of companies, and I am delighted with my decision to book with Climb Kili!Our whole Climb Kili experience was fantastic; Gaston our guide, and Peter our assistant guide were so easy to get along with and very quickly grasped our sense of humour. Felix, each day, welcomed us into camp with the biggest smile. Johnny our waiter would keep us supplied with hot and cold water and served us with amazingly delicious food from Coleman our super talented chef. These guys and the porters, they’re superhuman! We’d set off each day and not long into our trek, we’d be overtaken by the team effortlessly making their way to the next camp so it was set up and ready for our arrival. I don’t know how they do it, but they do, and their hard work is massively appreciated.On summit night, the appreciation for our guides multiplied. Their patience, encouragement, knowledge, expertise, support and genuine desire to get us to our destination as safely and efficiently as possible is a testament to them and we genuinely can’t thank them enough.Without this amazing Climb Kili team, our experience wouldn’t be what it is today; one to be reflected on fondly every day and treasured for a lifetime.Asante sana!
Had a great time there. Guides and porters were outstanding and very professional. This is one vacation I will never forget!
It was a great experience — we really enjoyed our guides, Emanuel and Godlove, and the rest of the crew were terrific. I’ll be posting a good review on TripAdvisor shortly (it’s taking me a while to get to all these post-trip tasks). We were glad your trip information recommended bringing some reading material since there was a fair amount of downtime in camp. Also appreciated the recommendation of a light weight pair of shoes for wearing in camp. Peggy had the great idea of bringing a pair of slip-on shoes (Crocs) which were easier for getting on and off for those frequent trips to the latrine tent at night. We were glad to have an extra day in Arusha before starting the climb to see some of the area and get accustomed to the time zone.
Thanks again for all your help.