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1) What is it like on Kilimanjaro

Climbing Kilimanjaro is fun. It is really is. The days are spent walking through spectacular landscapes which change every day as you pass through different vegetation zones, the pace is never exhausting as you have to walk slowly in order to give yourself a chance to acclimatize. Of course, walking up from around 1800m to 5892.55m or thereabouts does, as you can probably imagine, take a lot of effort and the night walk to the summit of Kilimanjaro is unarguably tough. But short of actually carrying you up,our crew will do everything in their power to make your entire experience as comfortable as possible. In fact, they’ll spoil you: not only do they carry your bag, but at the end of the day’s walk you’ll turn up at camp to find your tent has already been erected, with a bowl of hot water lying nearby for you to wash away the grime of the day. A few minutes later and a large plate of popcorn and biscuits will be served with a mug of steaming hot tea or coffee.

2) Sleeping in kilimanjaro

All accomodation in kilimanjaro will be in tents which will be carried and pitched by your porters.

3) Food on kilimanjaro

The meals on the trek are freshly prepared at cooked. Typical breakfast would include eggs, porridge, fruits, juices, bread with jam, peanut butter & honey and coffee/tea. Lunch is usually prepared at the breakfast and carried along and the packed lunch typically consists of sandwiches, fruits, juice, soup, main course meal- veg or non veg. Afternoon tea is served with biscuits & popcorn. Night dinner consists of soup, main course veg or non veg, rice, salads & a dessert.

4) Bird and animal life

kilimanjaro is situated in a region of spectacular natural beauty and diversity. Close to kilimanjaro National Park are premier wild life areas like the Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti National park. Kilimanjaro National Park itself is not primarily known as a wildlife destination, but it is an example of tropical highland habitat, with all the various associated ecological zones, and in particular the verdant cloud forest. This allows for a diversity of smaller species of animals, but even more so an astonishing diversity of indigenous birdlife. Even if you are not an enthusiast, you will not easily be able to visit Kilimanjaro without being struck by the variety and colour of local bird species, and perhaps you will be lucky enough to see a few of the many animals that live on the flanks of this great mountain.

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